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Class of 1957
The Class of ‘57 celebrated their 60th reunion on Sept. 19.
“We were so young when we met as Freshmen in 1953. What is so interesting is that we could pick up where we left off, even after 60 years. The "Mercy Spirit" has stayed with us," said Jackie Lawless Isola ‘57
More than 100 alumnae joined our Open House and 65th Anniversary Celebration on Sept. 22.
“It truly was a great day and, of course, we were delighted with the changes around the school and especially our trip up to the 4th floor!” said Dolores (Sis) Davey Dunn ‘56 (left), pictured with Pat Hanley Davey ’56. The women found themselves in a photo on our 4th floor from 1952!! They were classmates our Mercy's first graduating class and are now sisters-in-law.
Alumnae Questions? Contact Georgia Wasley ’09, Alumnae Development Officer, at 415-872-0968 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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