Sister Mary Alice Simanek
Sister Mary Allice was born in Racine, Wisconsin. She received a bachelor of science degree in history and elementary education from Alverno College in Milwaukee.
In the Diocese of Dubuque, Iowa, Sister Mary Allice taught at St. John Nepomucene School in Fort Atkinson (1945-1947).
In the Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin, Sister taught at St. Michael School in Dane (1947-1948) and at St. Clement School in Lancaster (1948-1952).
In the Archdiocese of Omaha, Sister taught at St. Andrew School in Bloomfield (1952-1961).
In the Diocese of Green Bay, Wisconsin, Sister taught at St. Martin School in Charlestown (1961-1967).
In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Sister taught at St. Therese School in Kenosha (1967-1969), Our Lady of Sorrows School in Milwaukee (1969-1985), St. Mary School in Menomonee Falls (1985-1988), and St. Anthony School in Milwaukee (1988-2003).
In her retirement, Sister has served in the ministry of prayer and presence at a local convent in Milwaukee (2003-2017) and now resides at Sacred Heart in Milwaukee.