Margaret Regina Murphy, SCN

Posted by Spalding Hurst

January 4, 2017

Margaret Regina Murphy, SCN, 92, a native of Louisville, Kentucky, died at Nazareth Home, Louisville, on Wednesday, January 4, 2017. Sister had been a professed SCN for 71 years.

Sister Margaret Regina served in elementary education in Maryland and Kentucky for 40 years. In Louisville, Sister pursued higher education at Spalding College, now Spalding University, from 1970-71; taught intermediate grades at St. Agnes School from 1971-89; served in Community Service at Nazareth Home from 1989-96, and served as a candy maker at Candy for Caring in Louisville, Kentucky (with profits going to the poor) from 1996-2010.

In retirement, Sister Margaret Regina served in the Apostolate of Prayer at Nazareth Motherhouse from May 2010-January 2016 and at Nazareth Home, Louisville until her death.

Sister is survived by nieces, her religious community and the many persons whose lives she touched.


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