Obituaries

Sr. Ursula Siebert; was medical missionary

A funeral Mass was celebrated Nov. 28 for Sister M. Ursula Siebert at Our Lady of the Angels Chapel in Wheaton, Ill.

Sister Ursula, a Wheaton Franciscan sister and former missionary, died Nov. 21 at Franciscan Woods in Brookfield, Wis. She was 80.

Sr. Clare Mary Jacobsmeyer; was Cenacle province treasurer

A funeral Mass was celebrated Nov. 11 for Cenacle Sister Clare Mary Jacobsmeyer at the Cenacle in Chicago.

Sister Clare, a native of Shrewsbury, died Nov. 8 at Resurrection Life Center in Chicago of lung cancer. She was 90.

She attended St. Michael School in Shrewsbury and Ursuline Academy in Oakland, then earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry and dietetics from Webster College in 1941. After a year's internship she worked 14 years at several hospitals, including six years at St. John's Hospital in St. Louis as an administrator dietitian.

Sr. Leogene Weber; longtime educator

A funeral Mass was celebrated Nov. 17 for Sister M. Leogene Weber, a longtime educator, in the School Sisters of Notre Dame Motherhouse Chapel in Lemay.

Sister Leogene died Nov. 13 at Anna House-The Sarah Community in Bridgeton from congestive heart failure. She was 89.

A native of St. Charles, she entered the School Sisters of Notre Dame in 1936 from St. Charles Borromeo Parish. She professed first vows in 1940 and final vows in 1946. She earned a bachelor's in American studies from the former Notre Dame College in St. Louis in 1968.

Sr. A.M. Hanneken; missionary, educator

A funeral Mass was celebrated Nov. 17 for Sister Agatha Marie Hanneken at St. Joseph Chapel of the Sisters of the Most Precious Blood Convent in O'Fallon.

Sister Agatha Marie, a longtime educator, died Nov. 13 at St. Mary's Institute in O'Fallon. She was 94 and had been a Precious Blood Sister for 72 years.

Sr. J. Killebrew, SSND; was librarian at Notre Dame H.S.

A funeral Mass was celebrated Nov. 11 in the School Sisters of Notre Dame motherhouse chapel in Lemay for Sister Julie Billiart Killebrew, a retired teacher and librarian. She had served in education for 60 years, including 24 years as librarian at Notre Dame High School in Lemay.

Sister Julie, 91, died Nov. 7 at Anna House-The Sarah Community in Bridgeton from dementia.

Sister Inez Hallinan; was teacher, principal

A funeral Mass was celebrated Nov. 17 for Sister Inez Denise Hallinan, a longtime teacher and administrator, at Nazareth Living Center in South County. Sister Inez died of congestive heart failure Nov. 9 at Nazareth. She was 83 and had been a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet for 65 years.

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