The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa


July 26, 2013

Sisters celebrate anniversaries


Sister Jeanne d’Arc Untz is a 50-year Jubilarian currently living at The Canticle who is involved in a prayer ministry, especially for those who have cancer. Sister Jeanne d’Arc was born in Libertyville, Ill. and entered Sisters of St. Francis Sept. 8, 1963. She spent most of her 50 years in teaching and in speech pathology. She earned a bachelor’s degree in speech pathology from Northern Illinois University, and a master’s degree in speech pathology from Marquette University in Milwaukee.

Sister Jeanne d’Arc taught in Clinton; El Cajon, Calif.; and Rochelle, Ill. She was associate director and speech pathologist at Mount St. Clare Speech and Hearing Center in Clinton until the center closed in 2012.

Sister Eileen Golby is a 50-year Jubilarian currently living at the Canticle and serving the Sisters of St. Francis as Vice President of the General Leadership Team and Canonical Treasurer. Sister Eileen has spent most of her 50 years teaching and working in parishes. She was born in Neponsat, Ill. and entered the Sisters of St. Francis on Sept. 8, 1963. She received a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Marycrest College and a master’s degree in private school administration from the University of San Francisco.

Sister Eileen spent many years teaching and as a principal in Chicago Heights, Ill.; Perry, Iowa; and El Cajon and Chino, Calif. She served five years as Campus Minister for the Eastern Kentucky University Newman Center in Richmond, Ky. and sixteen years as Pastoral Associate for St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish in Lexington, Ky.

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