60 Years

Sister Bernadette BadsingSister Bernadette Badsing

Sister Bernadette Badsing was born in Chicago, Illinois. Sister received a bachelor of science  degree in education from Alverno College in Milwaukee. In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, sister taught at Holy Trinity School in Newburg (1962-1963). In the Archdiocese of Chicago, sister taught at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Glenview (1963-1967) and at St. Anne School in Barrington (1967-1998), where she also served as a teacher aide since 2012. She also served as a teacher aide at St. Norbert School in Northbrook (1998-2002).  Sister currently resides in Barrington.

 

 

 

Sister Bea DorseySister Bea Dorsey

Sister Bea Dorsey was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  Sister received a bachelor of arts degree in English from Alverno College in Milwaukee, a master of arts degree in theology from St. John University in New York City, and a Ph D degree in Scripture from Marquette University in Milwaukee.  In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Sister taught at St. Rita School in West Allis (1961-1967) and Pius XI High School in Milwaukee (1967-1968). She served as director of religious education at Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Parish in Franklin (1968-1975), director of adult education at St. Frederick Parish in Cudahy (1975-1976),  associate director of religious education at St. Pius X Parish in Wauwatosa (1976-1977), and served in the family and adult education programs at St. Mary Parish in Hales Corners (1977-1979), where she also served as associate director of religious education (1979-1981). Sister was director of religious education at St. Joseph Parish in Waukesha (1981-1984), where she also served as director of adult education (1984-1985). She served as adult education resource for various parishes in Milwaukee (1985-1999), taught at Alverno College in Milwaukee (1999-2009), and taught at Sacred Heart School of Theology in Hales Corners (2006-2016). She has presented her Doorways to Scripture series at Sacred Heart Monastery (2011-2017) and at Alverno College since 2011.  Sister currently resides in Greenfield, Wisconsin.

 

Sister Rosemary HagenSister Rosemary Hagen

Sister Rosemary Hagen was born in Racine, Wisconsin. She received a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Alverno College in Milwaukee and a master of science in nursing from De Paul University in Chicago.  In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Sister served as a registered nurse at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee (1954-1958) and at St. Joseph Hospital in Beaver Dam (1960-1961), where she also served as nursing supervisor (1961-1962) and director of nursing (1971). Sister taught at Alverno College in Milwaukee (1962-1965), where she also served as assistant professor (1965-1971). She served as director of nursing at Lutheran Hospital in Beaver Dam (1971-1973) and at St. Nicholas Hospital in Sheboygan (1973-1975). Sister served as provincial for her congregation’s Alverno Provincial Unit in Milwaukee from 1975-1979. In Milwaukee, Sister served as director of patient services for the Tau Home Health Care Agency (1979-1982), administrator of Maryhill Retirement Center (1982-1991), registered nurse at We Care Nursing Service (1991-1992), review nurse for We Care Home Health (1992-1995), and review nurse at Staff Builders Home Care (1995). She also served as registered nurse at Sacred Heart Center in Milwaukee (1995-2001), and as a driver for Marian Hall (2001-2002) and St. Joseph Convent (2002-2014), both in Mlwaukee.  Sister currently resides at Sacred Heart in Milwaukee.

 

Sister Barbara HartnerSister Barbara Hartner

Sister Barbara Hartner was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She received a bachelor of science degree from Alverno College in Milwaukee and a master of science degree in special education  from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee.  In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Sister taught at Good Shepherd School in Menomonee Falls (1964-1967), St. Anthony of Padua School in Milwaukee (1967-1973), St. John Nepomuk School in Racine (1973-1980), St. Catherine School in Milwaukee (1980-1982), and Pius XI High School in Milwaukee (1984-1989). Sister also served as a dietary aide at St. Joseph Convent (1990-1992) and Alexian Village (1992-1994), both in Milwaukee. She served as receptionist/office manager for Rosalie Manor in Milwaukee (1994-1997) and as receptionist at St. Anne Home for the Elderly in Milwaukee (1997-2002). Since 2012, Sister has served as a volunteer for Pets Helping People in Wauwatosa. She resides in Wauwatosa.

 

 

Sister Paulanne HeldSister Paulanne Held

Sister Paulanne Held was born in Slinger, Wisconsin.  She received a bachelor of science degree in education from Alverno College in Milwaukee and a master of science degree in education from Loyola University in Chicago.  In the Archdiocese of Chicago, Sister has taught at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Glenview since 1961. She resides in Glenview.

 

 

 

 

 
SSister Marilyn Holtkampister Marilyn Holtkamp

Sister Marilyn Holtkamp was born in Salem, Iowa. She received a bachelor of arts degree in religious education at Mundelein College in Chicago. In the Archdiocese of Chicago, Sister taught in Chicago at Holy Angels School (1961-1972 and 1985-2007) and St. Kilian School (1972-1984). She also taught at Ascension/St. Susanna School in Harvey (1984-1985) and served as a volunteer tutor at Joseph Warren Elementary School in Chicago (2007-2013). In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Sister has served as a volunteer at Our Lady of the Angels Convent in Greenfield since 2013.  She currently resides at Maria Linden Senior Apartments in Milwaukee.

 

 

 

Sister Any Therese KenealySister Amy Therese Kenealy

Sister Amy Therese Kenealy was born in Chicago, Illinois.  She received a bachelor of arts degree in English from Alverno College in Milwaukee, a master of arts degree in English from the University of Chicago, a certificate of advanced study in education administration from the University of Illinois, a master of science degree in counseling from Chicago State University, and a master of arts degree in pastoral theology from St. Mary of the Woods College in Indiana.

In the Diocese of Jackson (Mississippi), Sister taught at Sacred Heart School in Walls (1965-1966), St. Francis High School in Yazoo City (1967-1968) and St. Mary School in Holly Springs (1968-1969). In the Diocese of Joliet (Illinois), sister served as regional chaplain at Marriott Brighton Gardens in Burr Ridge (2001-2003).  In the Archdiocese of Chicago, Sister taught at St. Cyprian School in River Grove (1962-1964), St. Joseph School in Wilmette (1964-1965), and St. Anne School in Barrington (1966-1967). She served as dean, counselor and teacher at Thornridge High School in Dolton (1970-1990), pastoral ministry project director at St. Xavier University in Chicago (1988-1992), pastoral associate at St. Joachim Parish in Chicago (1990-1992), and chaplain at Americana/ManorCare Health Center in South Holland (1992-2001). Sister also was director of pastoral care at Brighton Gardens in Orlando Park (2003-2007) and chaplain at Vitas Hospice in Chicago Heights (2005-2016). Sister currently resides in Sauk Village, Illinois, where she has served as volunteer chaplain since 2016.

 

Sister Sharon KubesSister Sharon Kubes

Sister Sharon Kubes was born in Chicago, Illinois.  She received a bachelor of arts degree in mathematics from Alverno College in Milwaukee and a master of science degree from the University of Arizona.  In the Diocese of Davenport (Iowa), Sister taught at Assumption High School in Davenport (1964-1965 and 1976-1980). In the Diocese of New Ulm (Minnesota), she taught at Holy Trinity School in Winsted (1965-1967). In the Archdiocese of Omaha, Sister taught at Ryan High School in Omaha (1967-1976). In the Diocese of Sioux Falls (South Dakota), she taught at St. Agatha School in Howard (1962-1964).  In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Sister served as coordinator of direct mail for her congregation’s Development Office in Milwaukee (1980-1986) and served as a computer trainer at Alverno College (1986-1993),  where she also served as a technology specialist (1993-2000) and, since 2001, as software application assistant. Sister currently resides in West Allis.

 

Sister Margaret Mary MaherSister Margaret Mary Maher

Sister Margaret Mary Maher was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  She received a bachelor of science degree in education from Alverno College and a master of arts degree in religious education from the University of Detroit.  In the Diocese of La Crosse (Wisconsin), Sister taught at St. Boniface School in Waumandee (1962-1964).  In the Diocese of Madison (Wisconsin), Sister was a catechist at St. Barnabas Parish in Mazomanie (1964) and taught at St. Mary School in Janesville (1987-2003).  In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Sister served as teacher/organist at St. Boniface School in Germantown (1964-1967); and taught at St. Mary School in Hales Corners (1967-1973); St. Rita School in West Allis (1973-1975), where she also served as religious education coordinator (1975-1982); St. Catherine School in Milwaukee (1982-1985); and St. Malachy School in Horicon (1985-1987). Sister also served as a substitute teacher in Wauwatosa and Brookfield (2003-2004) and as a remedial/enrichment teacher at St. Anthony School in Menomonee Falls (2004-2016) where she has been serving as a volunteer since 2016.  Sister currently resides in Menomonee Falls.

 

Sister Liana MichSister Liana Mich

Sister Liana Mich was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  She received a bachelor of arts degree in elementary education and music from Mount Mary College in Milwaukee, a master of science degree in curriculum and instruction from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, and a master of arts degree in pastoral ministry from Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis.  In the Diocese of Gary (Indiana), Sister served as teacher/organist at SS Peter & Paul School in Gary (1962-1966). In the Diocese of Jackson (Mississippi), she served as principal of Holy Family School in Jackson (1978-1986). In the Diocese of La Crosse (Wisconsin), Sister served as teacher/organist at Sacred Heart School in Marshfield (1966-1968). In the Diocese of Memphis (Tennessee), she served as a pastoral education intern at Methodist Hospital Clinic in Memphis (1987-1988).  In the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, Sister served as chaplain at St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City (1988-2006) where she also served as spiritual director (2006-2012).  In the Archdiocese of San Antonio (Texas), Sister served in the ministry to ministers program at the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio (1986-1987).  In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Sister in Milwaukee taught at St. Boniface School (1967-1971), St. Martin de Porres Catholic School (1971-1972) where she also served as administrator and curriculum coordinator (1972-1974), and at St. Albert School (1974-1975). She also served as a volunteer at Clement Manor Retirement Center in Greenfield and in the congregation’s U.S. Province Finance Office in Milwaukee from 2012-2018.  Sister currently resides at Clement Manor Retirement Community in Greenfield, Wisconsin. 

 

Sister Catherine OllmannSister Catherine Ollmann

Sister Catherine Ollmann was born in Evanston, Illinois.  She received a bachelor of science degree in education from Alverno College in Milwaukee.  In the Archdiocese of Chicago, Sister taught at St. Benedict Grade School in Chicago (1961-1965), St. Bernardine School in Forest Park (1965-1967), served as principal at SS Cyril & Methodius School in Chicago (1967-1972), and taught at St. Matthias School in Chicago (1972-1995). In the Diocese of St. Petersburg (Florida), Sister served in Tampa as a teacher at Sacred Heart Academy (1995-1999), and as a companion and homemaker at Home Health Aide (1999-2005) and Bayshore Home Health Service (2005-2015). She volunteered as a senior care worker in Tampa (2015-2016) prior to her retirement.  Sister currently resides at Sacred Heart in Milwaukee.

 

 

 

Sister Susan RosenbachSister Susan Rosenbach

Sister Susan Rosenbach was born in Chicago, Illinois.  She received a bachelor of science degree in education from Alverno College in Milwaukee, a master of arts degree in psychology from Loyola University in Chicago, a master of arts degree in theology from the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, and a doctor of ministry degree from the University of St. Mary of the Lake in Mundelein, Illinois.  In the Archdiocese of Chicago, sister taught at Santa Maria Addolorata School in Chicago (1961-1968), Sister served in Chicago as director of the Archdiocesan Latin American project (1968-1973), resource person for Alverno Art & Book Store  (1973-1974), co-director of religious education directors for the Archdiocese of Chicago (1977-1986), and program director for the National Federation of Priests (1986-1988). She also served as a pastoral psychology intern at Parkside Counseling Center in Park Ridge (1992-1995), psychotherapist at Alexian Brothers Medical Center in Elk Grove Village (1995-1998), executive director of the Claret Center in Chicago (1998-2002), and served as a private practice psychotherapist in Chicago (2003-2009) and Glenview (2009-2012).  In the Diocese of Fort Wayne/South Bend (Indiana), Sister served as assistant rector at Notre Dame’s Breen-Phillips Residence Hall (1974-1975) and as counselor in Walsh Residence Hall (1975-1977).  In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, sister served in Milwaukee as vice president of her congregation (1988-1992), as psychotherapist (2012-2013) and director (2013-2016) for the Archdiocesan Office of Healing and Reconciliation, and served as the coordinator of  human growth and development coordinator for the Franciscan Friars Interprovincial Novitiate (2016-2017). In the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, she has served as coordinator of community growth and development for the Franciscan Friars in Laguna Beach since 2017. Sister resides in Santa Barbara.

 

Sister Francita SchermannSister Francita Schermann

Sister Francita Schermann was born in Winsted, Minnesota.  She received an associate degree as a licensed practical nurse from Sacred Heart School of Nursing in Milwaukee. In the Diocese of Jackson (Mississippi), Sister served as co-site manager for the Hill Manor Apartments in Hernando (1987-1988).  In the Diocese of Memphis (Tennessee), she served as a licensed practical nurse in home nursing at Staff Builders/UpJohn in Memphis (1988-1995). In the Diocese of New Ulm (Minnesota), Sister served as a licensed practical nurse for McLeod County in Winsted (1995-2010). In the Diocese of Superior (Wisconsin), she served as a homemaker at St. Francis of Solanus Convent in Reserve (1961-1969). In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Sister served as a homemaker at St. Joseph Convent in Milwaukee (1969-1971) and as a licensed practical nurse at St. Joseph Convent in Campbellsport (1972-1983) and at Maryhill Retirement Center in Milwaukee (1983-1984). Sister also served on the food service staff at Marian Hall Retirement Community in Milwaukee (1984-1986), in home nursing for TAU Home Health Care in Milwaukee (1986-1987), and as a baker at Clement Manor Retirement Community in Greenfield (1986-1987), where she also served as a volunteer from 2010-2018.  Sister currently resides at Our Lady of the Angels Convent in Greenfield, Wisconsin. 

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