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June 4, 2016
My parents transferred me to St. Anthony's school in Fitchburg going into the 3rd grade. That was a problem, because at that time, kids learned cursive in 34rd grade in puclic schools, but St. Anthony's kids had already learned it in first grade. Sr. Angelina spent part of her summer teaching me cursive so I would be up to speed when I started 3rd grade. Although too young to appreciate what that meant at the time, I have always remembered it as a loving grace as an adult. And yes, she always appeared to be light-hearted an to enjoy the children. We always felt comforted around her.
June 4, 2016


Sister Angelina was
the epitome of what a devoted sister, teacher and mentor was supposed to be. How many lives were touched and made better we can only speculate.
June 4, 2016
Sr. Angelina was a gentle soul who will be loved and remember for kindness n
Love she will always have a special place in my heart.
June 3, 2016
I am so fortunate to be able to call Sr. Angelina my Aunt Angie. Her parents, brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews were all so proud of her. I remember seeing her in the back of the church when I made my First Communion. She had surprised me with her presence on that special day! I couldn't have been more proud!

There are many happy memories of her trips home. My father, her brother Alex, would tease and call her "Mary Poppins" because her suitcase was always full of little surprises for her many relatives. The house was always full of laughter when we all got together, and Sr. Angelina had the sweetest laugh!

Although it's with great sadness that we've had to part with our cherished family members, it is a comfort to know that Sr. Angelina will be welcomed with open arms by her dear parents, brothers, sisters and Lord and Savior in heaven. She will be dearly loved and missed by those of us here on earth.
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