Sister Lynn Mousel, MD

Currently Serving

April 2017 - Sr. Lynn Mousel has relocated to Davenport from Great Falls, Montana, after being elected to the 2017-2021 CHM Leadership team. She will also assume a position as CHM Coordinator of Membership.

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Sister Thomasine Muller

May 4, 1920 - August 19, 2009   |   Passed On

Through her trust in god, commitment to justice and love, patience and courage in the face of each day, and joy in the midst of constantly changing demands, she gave witness that God’s in the world, calling all persons to loving unity.` (Search and Service, 14

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Sister Carolyn Mullin

August 18, 1920 - August 28, 2015   |   Passed On

She was a person who enjoyed life and accepted adversity with humor and common sense. She could quickly analyze an issue, accept what was relevant and not worry herself with what wasn’t. Her matter of fact way was both reassuring and often very humorous

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Sister Irene Munoz

Currently Serving

God was manifested to me in so many ways by the faces and actions of the people I served...I was the one being evangelized!

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Sister Molly Munoz

Currently Serving

​Sister Molly has been working in Hispanic pastoral ministry with migrant workers since 1993. She is known in Colorado as the "Mother Teresa of the Latinos," traveling hundreds of miles per month, working seven days a week, attending to the migrants' physical, spiritual and emotional needs

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Sister Mae Murphy

May 29, 1915 - May 12, 2007   |   Passed On

After making her first vows on August 1, 1936, Sister immediately began what was to be a long and varied teaching ministry. Anyone who ever lived with Sister Mae knew of her superb culinary skills. She may have been the best candy maker in the CHM community as her donations to bake sales and bazaars were legendary.

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Sister Modesta Neubauer

May 30, 1925 - October 4, 2015   |   Passed On

We saw that very early that Sr. Modesta was interested in caring for others. This thread would run through all of her ministries, from caring for small children through assisting her CHM sisters who needed nursing care.

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Sister Eleanor Neuroth

November 24, 1919 - March 7, 2010   |   Passed On

.Undoubtedly, many Ottumwa area children got their start in life with the loving care of Sister Francis De Sales. Sister herself said that she had a special place in her heart for `preemies,

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Sister Joanne O'Brian

July 26, 1934 - November 5, 2011   |   Passed On

I believe the writer of the book of Proverbs gives us much food for thought as we ponder Joanne’s life. In Proverbs 31:16 we read about the “valiant woman” who when she sets her mind on a field then buys it….31:17 `She puts her back into her work and shows how strong her arms can be.` Joanne was a valiant woman

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Ana Maria Orozco

October 26, 1926 - September 5, 2014   |   Passed On

… a delicate thoughtfulness, selflessness toward others, sensibility of mind and generosity of heart—all of these are precious virtues we all admire in another. But when these qualities are coupled with a gay buoyant spirit of fun, the result is a uniqueness which is difficult to emulate.”

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Sister Mary Hildegarde Peiffer

April 4, 1917 - March 27, 2011   |   Passed On

Sister Hildegarde never let physical infirmities stand in the way of what our founders had in mind when they wrote; `…the sisters share a mission of the church; to give witness to the message of the beatitudes according to the congregation’s spirit and tradition.` (Search and Service, p. 42, #93)

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Sister Cathleen Real

Currently Serving

The Climate Project (TCP) held its first first-ever Faith Community Training, October 8-10, 2008 led by Nobel Laureate Al Gore, and resulted in the addition of 135 new TCP presenters to a base of...

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Sister Marilyn Reyes

March 2, 1919 - January 28, 2014   |   Passed On

Sister often said of her activities; "I'm just evangelizing." She left evangelizing footprints on the soil from Chicago to Great Falls, Montana, from Peoria, to San Diego, from Des Moines to Mexico, from California to El Paso. Hundreds of people are better off as a result of her footprints, and our CHM community is richer for her having been among us for 78 years.

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Johanna Rickl

Currently Serving

The gentle hum of 500 indigenous voices locks me into a oneness that is overpowering...The holiness was palpable at that outdoor Holy Thursday liturgy in the highlands of Mexico...

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Sister Mary Rocca

September 26, 1935 - October 27, 2015   |   Passed On

Mary was a woman of many gifts that were shared with many people. She was a teacher in the elementary grades, nurse, English language teacher to people from other countries, playful clown for children and adults, sister to eight siblings, and “sister” to her CHM sisters and associates

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