M. Innocent Lisi, SCN, 92, died peacefully at the Vincentian Home in Pittsburgh, Pa., on August 3, 2011. She was born in Duquesne, Pa., and entered the Vincentian Sisters of Charity in 1935 from Holy Trinity Parish. She devoted her life in the service of God and others for 76 years.

Sister Innocent received her Bachelor of Education degree from Duquesne University. She taught for 44 years in the Dioceses of Pittsburgh and Greensburg, Pa., and Youngstown, Ohio. After her retirement from teaching, Sister worked 18 years at Assumption Nursing Home, Youngstown, Ohio in the business department. In 1997, she retired a second time and tutored, as well as helped in the Vincentian Child Care Center. Sister Innocent’s next assignment was with the prayer ministry. She became a resident of Vincentian Home in 2005. Sister is remembered for her quiet ways, bright eyes and cheerful smile.

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