Sister Camillus who died at the age of 100 was an excellent educator, teaching at both the elementary school and college level during her 50 years of ministry.
She held a bachelor’s degree in French and elementary education from Mount St. Mary College in Hooksett, New Hampshire, and a master’s degree in religious education from Emmanuel College in Boston, Massachusetts.
For 35 years she taught at various elementary schools in the Diocese of Manchester, New Hampshire, and the Archdiocese of Boston, Massachusetts. She taught at St. Ann’s School in Gloucester, Massachusetts, for six years and served as their religious education director for five years. She was the principal of Mt. St. Mary Day School in Manchester, New Hampshire, for two years.
She was an instructor at Castle College in Windham, New Hampshire, for 15 years where she received from the board of trustees a certificate of recognition for her dedication to the college and excellence in teaching.
After 50 years in education, Sister Camillus continued her leadership and administrative skills as a supervisor/instructor at R&R Consultants in Canton, Massachusetts, as a data base manager at the Manchester Diocesan Office and as a volunteer at Warde Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Windham, New Hampshire.