In Memoriam


Sister Jane Edward (Rita) Schutz, OP(1920 - 2015)
Baptized Rita Bertha, Sister Jane Edward Schutz was born on January 6, 1920, in Detroit, to Anthony Joseph and Anna Mary (Jennings) Schutz. She was the sixth of fourteen children. Both of her mother’s parents were Lutheran, and she was reared in that religion. Her father was baptized in St. Clement Church in Centerline and attended St. Clement School through eighth grade. Before they married her mother was baptized Catholic and received her First Holy Communion on her wedding day. 
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Sister Dolores Marie (Vincent Maureen) Dolan, OP(1924 – 2015)
Sister Dolores Marie Dolan, known as Sister Vincent Maureen, was born January 27, 1924, in Chicago, to Vincent and Mary Ellen (Horn). She had a younger brother named Bud. Her father was a mechanical engineer and her mother worked with her aunt in an office across from Comisky Park. Both of her parents were Third Order Dominicans.
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Sister Melba Beine, OPIt's all about the journey.

(1946 - 2015)
Sister Melba Beine, born on January 5, 1946, in Yates Center, Kansas, was the middle daughter of the three girls born to Walter and Jeanette (Trusler) Beine. Her father came from a family of farmers and operated a grain elevator. Her mother was a homemaker and a musician who played the church organ at First Presbyterian.
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Sister Helen (Mary Perpetua) Faiver, OP(1942 - 2015)
Sister Helen Faiver, the fifth child and the youngest of the three daughters of Leo and Margaret (Kremer), was born on June 26, 1942, in Lansing, Michigan. Her father was a mechanical engineer and worked for John Bean as a draftsman and designer of food sprayers. Her mother was a homemaker.
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Cemetery of the Adrian Dominican Sisters

Our Adrian Dominican cemetery with its circular headstones is a beautiful place of rest for women who gave their lives in service to God—and a peaceful place for contemplation and remembrance. 


We will post memorial reflections on our faithfully departed Sisters and Associates. If you would like to reflect on a Sister or Associate who has gone before us, please send your reflections – no more than 500 to 600 words – to .


We invite you to meet some of the wonderful women who have recently crossed into eternity.

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