As part of Marywood's month of thanks, we invite you to share your memories, wisdom and messages of thanks as we approach our Centennial in 2015. Your responses will be part of our time capsule which will be buried in our Centennial year. This Centennial time capsule will be buried on the site of the Motherhouse Memorial, linking our future to our very beginnings.
Please consider making a gift in memory of your experiences at Marywood.
Sister Coleman Nee made such an impact on me, she was always so professional in her dealings with people, and I try to do that to this day. Sister Elsie was another person, she helped make me the librarian that I am today. I also remember fondly Sister Martin DePorres, who guided me professionally. The ladies in the Development office: Rose, Barbara and Mary Ellen Coleman launched my volunteer life. But it was my room mate Jean Mahon, the Godmother of my son, and best friend to this day, who had the greatest impact on my time at Marywood. We met in the "blue lounge" in 1980 and hav been best friends ever since. I cherish my days at Marywood-
-- Robin Germinder Melleno Class of 1984