Sister Susan Marie Stoeber – on her 50th Jubilee

December 16, 2015 by

Sister Susan Marie Stoeber

Sister Susan Marie Stoeber

PARENTS: Logan and Isabell Stoeber
HOMETOWN: Cawker City, Kan.
ENTERED INTO CONGREGATION: Aug. 14, 1966
EDUCATION: Marymount College, Salina (bachelor’s degree in nursing)
MISSIONS:
  • 1970-2014 St. Joseph’s Hospital/Cloud County Health Center; staff nurse in medical/surgical and ICU
  • 2014-present Retired from active ministry and living in Concordia; offering health assistance for sisters living at the Motherhouse

 
Much has changed over the past 50 years, but the basic belief of the Sisters of St. Joseph has not. We continue to provide care and support for those in need. The way in which we do this changes as the needs change. Nursing has provided me with the means to do this.

My greatest joy has been working at the same hospital for 44 years — working with, and caring for, the people in this community has given me the experiences and friendships I could only hope for.

My religious community has always been there with support and encouragement. I am blessed that God has given me these years of service to others.

 

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One Response to “Sister Susan Marie Stoeber – on her 50th Jubilee”

  1. Jack Brinker on April 4th, 2016 5:10 pm

    Congratulations Sister Susan. I found a link to Sister Loretta Jasper today so found you when looking around the website. Our daughter Heidi (in VA) has three children and has been an emergency room RN for many years. Her sister Hayley is a Physical Therapist and she lives near us in Cornelius, NC.

    I was in the last class to graduate from St Theresa Grade School in Cawker City. My twin aunts Sisters Claudia and Claudea are buried at the motherhouse cemetery in Concordia. When I was a child our families would visit to play cards and talk about farming, the fall festival, school programs, etc. you were very young and may not remember my youngest brothers who moved to Salina from the farm in 1963 due to the lake construction.

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