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Bourke, Helen “June”

Posted: September 14, 2020

Yates, Mary Anne

Posted: August 27, 2012

Williams, Florence Ellen Dwyer

Posted: August 27, 2012

Spray, Jean Marie Durkin

Posted: August 27, 2012

Nyman, Mary Elizabeth Quinlan

Posted: August 27, 2012

Nolan, Mary Ann

Posted: August 27, 2012

Nolan, Kathleen Ann Buckley

Posted: August 27, 2012

McLaughlin, Margaret A. Carrington

Posted: August 27, 2012

Massero, Mary Ann Anastasia

Posted: August 27, 2012

Mackey, Barbara Ellen

Posted: August 27, 2012

Lammert, Jeanne E.

Posted: August 27, 2012

Hunt, Patricia Ann O’Connor

Posted: August 27, 2012

Hunt, Norine C. Hayes

Posted: August 27, 2012

Hatfield, Phyllis L.

Posted: August 27, 2012

Hardy, Joanne Florence Hussey

Posted: August 27, 2012

Grace, Bonnie Therese

Posted: August 27, 2012

Gavin, Patricia K. Voris

Posted: August 27, 2012

Gallagher, Priscilla Ellen Pall

Posted: August 27, 2012

Freyermouth, Mary T.

Posted: August 27, 2012

Chermel, Karyn Kathleen Kennealy

Posted: August 27, 2012

Carey, Sharon Ann Kennealy

Posted: August 27, 2012

Bacon, Christine Elaine Lucy

Posted: August 27, 2012

McLaughlin, Margaret Anne Carrington

Posted: August 2, 2012

Carey, Sharon Ann Kennealy, twin sister of the late Dr. Karen Kennealy Chermel ’63

Posted: March 14, 2012

Komar, Patricia Hartrich, sister of Rosenele Hartrich Zack ’59, the late Mary Therese Hartrich Heggeland ’62, Betty Hartrich Cozzie ’64, Barbara Hartrich Anderson ’67 and Eva Hartrich Simutis ’72

Posted: July 1, 2011

Hardy, Joanne Hussey, sister of Patricia J. Hussey ’56

Posted: July 1, 2011

A life well lived: Alumna shared in group’s Nobel Prize

Karyn Kennealy Chermel, M.D. ’63, who spent much of her life aiding patients in war-torn and impoverished areas of the world, died last December at 64. She passed away in her La Grange, IL, home due to complications from several strokes she suffered a few years ago.

Dr. Chermel’s obituary in the Chicago Tribune stated that as a physician with Doctors Without
Borders, she shared in the aid group’s 1999 Nobel Peace Prize for its work in Bosnia.

The physician’s twin, Sharon Kennealy Carey, told the Tribune: “Her work took her to places where there was no food, no heat, no sanitation. But she loved helping people and she was good at it.”

In addition to her sister, Dr. Chermel is survived by a son, Dan; two daughters, Lisa and Kerry; her mother, Mary, and two grandchildren.

Posted: July 8, 2010

Freyermuth, Mary Therese

Posted: July 8, 2010

Lammert, Jeanne E.

Posted: March 29, 2010

Gallagher, Priscilla E. Pall

Posted: March 29, 2010