Sister Regina Mundi Boell, I.H.M., 81, died Oct. 7 in Camilla Hall, Immaculata in the 63rd year of her religious life.
Born in Oakford, Pa., Sister Regina entered the Congregation of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1954 from Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish and professed her vows in 1957.
She taught in the elementary schools of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and in the Dioceses of Arlington, Harrisburg and Allentown.
Sister Regina’s last assignment was to the Apostolate of Prayer at Camilla Hall Nursing Home where she also served on the staff and as manager of the Camilla Hall Gift Shop for many years.
The funeral Mass was celebrated at Camilla Hall Oct. 12. The celebrant and homilist was Msgr. Joseph Logrip, and the concelebrant was Father William E. Dean.
In addition to her congregation of IHM sisters, she is survived by her brothers Dennis (Dolores) and Joseph Boell; sisters Elaine and Regina Jakimowicz (James); her sister-in-law Kathleen (Norman), Patricia (John); and many loving nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.
Sister Regina was predeceased by her parents Norman and Dorothy Murphy Boell, her brothers Norman and John, and her sisters Flora Gershmel and Ann Martino.
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