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July 20, 2018

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July 25, 2017
Sister Francis was indeed petite, prayerful and precise. During many of the years she tutored math at CCAC/Allegheny Campus, I taught and tutored a course in Microsoft Office. The team of tutors developed a camaraderie and we got to know each other well.
Once I was preparing a spreadsheet exercise for my class and I couldn't understand why the numbers involving averages didn't seem to add up. I knew Sister Francis was a whiz at math, and I was sure the problem had to do with math, not computer usage. I showed her the situation and said I would appreciate if she could find the error, and then told her where she could find me, as I went to teach a class.
In about 10 minutes she came running into my classroom, grinning from ear to ear, excitedly saying, Mr. Adams, Mr. Adams--I figured it out! You were averaging a blank score as a zero! See, this is what it should be. My students were delighted to see this tiny nun, so excited about helping a colleague in a field so different from hers. I introduced Sister to the class and told them, I needed help with some math, and I asked Sister Francis. As you can see, she is a whiz. If you need help with a math course, Sister Francis is the person to see.
Sister Francis was a sweet dear person, and I treasure the time I knew her. In a time when high-tech gets a lot of attention, people still need math. Rest in Peace, Sister.
Joe Adams
Computer Information Technology faculty, ret'd
CCAC