Obituaries

Sister Marian David Habina, I.H.M., dies at 90

After earning a degree in psychology from Temple University she entered the Sisters Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1955. She taught and assisted at numerous schools.

Sister Miriam Dennis Sculley, I.H.M., dies at 89

The former Mary Theresa Sculley entered the Sisters Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1952 and was a longtime teacher and support staffer in Catholic schools.

Sister Rita O’Leary, I.H.M., dies at 85

The former Sister Rita Regina was a music teacher who became a development director for her alma mater, Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg, and for Immaculata University.

Sister Marie Maynes, teacher and counselor, dies at 78

The Immaculate Heart sister, formerly Sister M. Charles Elizabeth, taught for many years in Pennsylvania and Virginia before becoming a school counselor and regional superior.

Sister Barbara Jeanne Howard dies at 86

Formerly Sister Rose Eileen, the Sister of St. Joseph and a New Jersey native ministered in the archdioceses of Philadelphia, Newark and Washington.

Sister Stella Catherine Lotz dies at 89

The Sister of St. Joseph entered religious life in 1954 after graduating from Little Flower High School. She would go on to serve in four dioceses, including Philadelphia.

Sister Mary Anne Nyzio, former I.H.M. leader, dies at 80

The former Sister Therese of Carmel served as a teacher in the Philadelphia Archdiocese and several assignments in South America. She was named first councilor and regional superior for the order.

Sister Maureen Catherine Cassel, I.H.M., dies at 90

She was a school principal and convent superior at numerous locations in the Philadelphia area for all her 71 years of religious life as an Immaculate Heart sister.

Sister Judith Ann Moeller, special ed teacher, dies at 73

The former Sister Martha Francis was an I.H.M. sister for 55 years. She earned her master's in special education and was a principal of both St. Lucy and Our Lady of Confidence Schools.

Brother Emery Mollenhauer, long-time La Salle U. leader, dies

In his 52 years at the La Salle as a professor and administrator, the Southwest Philadelphia native aided the university's growth and led the admission of women on the campus.