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September 2009

Sister Jeanne Ward - 50

Order: Sisters of Mercy

Local assignments: Employee at St. James Home (1964-65), Omaha; teacher at Holy Cross (1966-68), St. Thomas More (1968-70), and Madonna School (1971-72), all in Omaha; member of regional leadership team (1990-98), Omaha; administrator for Mercy Convent (1998-2002), retirement coordinator for Mercy Villa (2002-07), and archivist for Sisters of Mercy (current), all in Omaha.

Sister Rosina Ann Schock - 50

Order: Benedictine Sisters, Yankton, S.D.

Place of birth: Near Constance

Local assignments: Elementary education, administration and pastoral care in Nebraska.

Other assignments: Elementary education, administration and pastoral care in South Dakota and Colorado.

Sister Mary Catherine Schiltmeyer - 50

Order: Missionary Benedictine Sisters, Norfolk

Place of birth: Raeville

Local assignments: Educator at St. Leonard (1962-74), Madison, St. Isidore (1974-85, 1986-2003), Columbus, and St. Mary (1985-86), Wayne; Bible School teacher at various churches in Archdiocese of Omaha; and librarian and archivist (current) at Immaculata Monastery, Norfolk.

Sister Jane Nienaber - 50

Order: Sisters of St. Francis of Mary Immaculate, Joliet, Ill.

Place of birth: Lindsay

Other assignments: Board certified in the National Association of Catholic Chaplains; certified in spiritual gerontology; director of religious education; teacher; hospice work and hospital chaplain; and spiritual life coordinator at Our Lady of Angels Retirement Home, Joliet, Ill.

Sister Mary Ann Miller - 50

Order: Sinsinawa Dominicans

Place of birth: Omaha

Religious name: Sister Mary Mancini

Local assignments: Elementary supervisor for the Archdiocesan Education Office (1978-84), Omaha; principal at St. Wenceslaus (1984-1990), Omaha, and St. Bernadette (1990-97), Bellevue; and family minister (current), Omaha.

Other assignments: Minister in South Dakota, Maryland, Illinois and Iowa.

Sister Mary Kay Meagher - 50

Order: Notre Dame Sisters

Local assignments: Member of leadership team for Notre Dame Sisters (current); assistant professor of nursing at Creighton University, Omaha; and Hispanic ministry (current), Omaha.

Other assignments: Family nurse practitioner at hospitals and clinics in several states; clinical nurse specialist; and director of a health care clinic.

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