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OBITUARIES

When one of our sisters moves from this world to enjoy the fullness of God’s glory, we celebrate her life, her ministry and her presence among us as a member of Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters.

LATEST OBITUARIES

December 19, 2019

SISTER ANN THERESE PLUM, OLVM, 98, died on December 19, 2019, at Saint Anne Community at Victory Noll, Huntington.

Sister Ann Therese was born in Aachen, Germany on June 5, 1921, to John and Mary Eva (Senden) Plum. Her parents, two brothers, Joseph and John Plum, and three sisters, Mary Karnitz, Gertrude Obernier and Josephine Schrimpf preceded sister in death. Her nieces, nephews and her Victory Noll sisters with whom she shared life and community for 73 years survive Sister Ann Therese.

Sister Ann Therese entered the Congregation of Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters on November 27, 1946, and made first vows on August 5, 1949.

She was catechist and Director of Religious Education serving California, Colorado, Indiana, Michigan, Utah, and her last mission was in Arizona. Sister Ann Therese also served as Congregation director of postulants, a member of the Leadership Team and as Vice President of the Congregation. She returned in 2002 to Victory Noll where she volunteered in many di...

December 18, 2019

SISTER ROSE FRANCES GILMORE, OLVM, 91, a resident of Saint Anne at Victory Noll, died December 18, 2019, at Saint Anne at Victory Noll, Huntington.

Sister Rose Frances was born in Butte, Montana on August 4, 1928, to John Joseph Gilmore and Laura Cecilia (Byrne) Gilmore. She was the second daughter of nine children. She was preceded in death by her parents and three brothers, John Joseph Gilmore, Jr., Timothy Gilmore, and Rev. Raymond Gilmore; and one sister, Marie Gilmore. Two brothers survive her Gerald Gilmore of Lolo, Montana, Michael Gilmore of Roseville, California; and two sisters, Mary Gardiner of Santee, California, and Kathleen Oing of San Jose, California. She is also survived by her nieces and nephews and her Victory Noll Sisters with whom she shared life and community for 63 years.

Sister Rose Frances entered the Congregation of Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters on September 6, 1956, and made first vows on August 5, 1959. She spent a majority of her ministry in religio...

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MEMORIAL LETTERS

OF THE SISTERS

Upon the death of a Sister, the OLVM General Secretary writes a letter reflecting upon the life and ministry of the deceased Sister. This letter is sent to community members, family, and friends of Victory Noll. These letters are available for download.

CEMETERY MAP

This map shows the numbered plots in the OLVM Cemetery, and the second page is an index that matches the numbered plots with the corresponding Sister or other person's grave. Click on the link below to download the map and index