Mary A. Malloy Obit 1954

ShelbysFamily Member Photo

Clipped by ShelbysFamily

Mary A. Malloy Obit 1954 - i | school, winning a scholarship at; Ohio...
i | school, winning a scholarship at; Ohio State University. lhe In 1903 Miss Malloy graduated! Sandusky Native, Famed Educator, Claimed By Death Sister Mary Aloysius. Former Dr. Mary Malloy, Was College Dean and Received Honors From Pope. Funeral service for Sister Mary Aloysius (Malloy), OSF, who died Monday nigrht in St. Mary's Hospital Rochester, Minn., will be held at 10:30 a. m. Thursday in the Franciscan Franciscan Mother House Chapelt Rochester. A native of Sandusky, Sister Mary Aloysius was dean of the College of St. Teresa at Winona, Minn., from 1911 until her retirement retirement several years ago. Since then she had been dean emeritus of the college, being one of the most out te^ever-lea**<So*^ dusky. Mary Aloysius Malloy was born .Tune 14, 1880 in Sandusky to Patrick and Mary (Lambe) Malloy, Malloy, both natives of Ireland and pioneer residents of this city, who lived on Perry-st. She received her early education at SS. Peter and Paul school and graduated with honor's from Sandusky High from Ohio State with a Ph. B ripgiee anti gtayeri there two more ,\ears as a teaching fellow in English, English, receiving her A. M. in 1905. She then received a scholarship from Cornell University and got her Ph. D. from that university in 1907. For the^ next four years; she v as principal tMinn.' Seminary at St. Teresa named dean lege. Was Honored By Pope Pope Benedict XV in 1918 personally personally conferred upon her the cross Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice for distinguished service in the cause of Winona' until beingi Col- I of Catholic higher eduueation." In; 1923 she became the first Amer-j ican to receive the Cross of of the Constantinian Order of (Continued on Page 14— Col. 6.)

Clipped from
  1. The Sandusky Register,
  2. 29 Sep 1954, Wed,
  3. Page 1

ShelbysFamily Member Photo

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in