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Sister Kathleen Dueber celebrates 60 years as an Ursuline Sister

There are three Ursuline Sisters celebrating 60 years of religious life. We honor the first today, Sister Kathleen Dueber, a native of Shawnee Mission, Kan.

Sister Kathleen was an Ursuline Sister of Paola, Kan., prior to the merger of that community with Mount Saint Joseph in 2008. Sister Kathleen is a faith-filled, nurturing person who always has a sense of when someone is in need. She loves to sing and is a big fan of Kansas City area sports teams. She earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Marillac College (St. Louis) in 1969, and a master’s degree in school administration from the University of Kansas in 1984.

In Kansas, she was a teacher at St. Philip Neri School, Osawatomie (1965), at Holy Trinity, Paola (1967-68) and at St. Agnes, Roeland Park (1966, 1969-74, 1978-84); and assistant principal (1984-85) and principal (1985-89) of Queen of the Holy Rosary School, Overland Park. She served in Motherhouse ministries in Paola as bookkeeper (1974-78), director of Monica Hall (1989-96), massage therapist (1997-2009), sacristan (2000-2009), medical claims handler (2002-09), vocation director (2006-08) and property manager (2018-19). She served on the Leadership Council (2002-08) and corporation board (2002-09). At Maple Mount, she served on the Leadership Council (2010-16) and offered transportation to the Sisters (2009-18, 2019-20), including three years as transportation coordinator. She is retired at the Motherhouse and is active in the Powerhouse of Prayer.

Congratulations Sister Kathleen!

Jubilee congratulations may be sent to 8001 Cummings Road, Maple Mount, KY 42356.

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