Sister Mary Ann Aman
A native of Perry, Iowa, Sr. Mary Ann Aman entered the Congregation of the Humility of Mary in 1957. Her first vows were pronounced in 1960.
Sr. Mary Ann received an associate’s degree in elementary education from Ottumwa Heights College and a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Marycrest College. She received a professional ministries deacon certificate from the Diocese of Tyler, Texas. Sr. Mary Ann’s ministry of teaching saw her in Iowa at St. Patrick, Sacred Heart, and St. Mary in Ottumwa. St. Mary in Centerville, St. Alphonsus in Davenport, Lourdes Memorial School in Bettendorf, St. Theresa in Des Moines and St. Mary in Albia. In Omaha, Nebraska she served the Omaha Archdiocese Department of Education in media resources and taught religious education at St. Pius X. Sr. Mary Ann served as director of religious education at St. Therese Parish in Des Moines; Sacred Heart Parish in Nacogdoches, Texas; St. Mary Parish in Longview, Texas; St. Thomas Aquinas parish in Ames, Iowa and St. Joseph Parish in State Center, Iowa. Sr. Mary Ann currently resides at Bishop Drumm Retirement Center in Johnston, Iowa, where she is active in a ministry of prayer and witness.