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In Memoriam

Today marks the end of Alumnae Recognition Week which began on Monday, March 7. We would like to take this opportunity to send heartfelt thanks to you all for the outpouring of love shown over the course of this week dedicated to our esteemed alumnae, as well as honoring those who have gone before us. We appreciate the many who have taken the time to notify us of fellow Regents to include so that we may lovingly remember them. This display of support enables us to build a stronger Regent community and honor our sisterhood in its entirety. 

In reflection of this week's time-honored festivities, we saw our beloved traditions brought to life with Class Penny Wars (despite the coin shortage!), DJ Pizza Lunch (and for the first time ever, current alumnae moms joined us!), a celebration of alumnae faculty and staff, and meaningful prayer services. As we close out and reflect on this week, we want you to how grateful we are for your continued presence in this community. This week exemplifies the everlasting bond of sisterhood that spans generations. From our first graduating class of Regents nearly 60 years ago to our current students, each and every one of you makes a lasting impact on the Legacy of a Regent and paves the way for our future sisters, who have yet to come.

 

Below is an updated list of our esteemed alumnae and special friends of our St. Lucy's family who have passed away. Although this is the close of our Alumnae Recognition Week, it is not the end of our commitment. Together, let us hold our cherished loved ones--alive in spirit and close in heart.

**This list reflects deceased alumnae and special friends of our St. Lucy's community as of 3/07/22, and we apologize if there are any names unintentionally omitted. Should you wish to honor the memory of a Regent sister not included, please contact our Advancement Office at [email protected] Thank you for your grace and understanding, in advance.