Obituaries

Scranton, PA — Sister M. Sarita Gesler, of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, died October 1 at Our Lady of Peace Residence here.

Sister Sarita entered the IHM congregation on February 2, 1941 and made her temporary profession of vows on August 2, 1943 and her final profession of vows on August 2, 1946.
In the Diocese of Rockville Centre, she served as a teacher at St. Peter of Alcantara School in Port Washington (1990-98). Between...

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Scranton, PA — Sister Kathleen Theresa O’Dea, 80, formerly known as

Blue Point — Ursuline Sister Patricia Crowe, 74, formerly Sister Loretto,

Amityville — Sister Grace Burke, 89, died on May 28.

Amityville — Sister Joan Maureen Cahill, 76,

Scranton, PA — Sister M. Clarita Maloney of the Sisters,

Brentwood — Sister Anne Veronica Beverly, 81, a member of the Congregation

Islip — Sister Alice Paquin, formerly Sister Alice du Rosaire,

Sound Beach — Sister Jeanne Nicknair, 77, a Daughter of Wisdom,

Southampton — Father Stanislaus “Stanley” Kondeja, pastor of Our Lady of Poland

Scranton, PA — Sister Anne Fulwiler, 87, formerly known as Sister M. Albertus,

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