Sr. Mary Lucille Bridgetts RDC

Sr. Mary Lucille Bridgetts RDC

Thursday, March 15th, 1923 Friday, April 24th, 2020

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Obituary for Sr. Mary Lucille Bridgetts RDC

Sr. Mary Lucille Bridgetts, RDC, (formerly known as Alice Bridgetts,) a Sister of the Divine Compassion, died peacefully on April 24, 2020.

Sr. Lucille was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1923, the daughter of Harry and Lucy (Watson) Bridgetts. She attended Good Counsel Academy Elementary School and High School in White Plains, NY. Sister received her BA in French from Good Counsel College in White Plains and her MA in French from Villanova University.
Sister began her career in education beginning at St. Frances de Chantal in the Bronx followed by Good Counsel Elementary School. In 1957 she was assigned to Preston High School where she taught until her retirement. Sister was a Master French teacher and used her skills in many areas besides teaching.

Sister Laura Donovan, President of the Sisters of the Divine Compassion said, “A strong and compassionate woman, Sr. Mary Lucille cherished her family, community and her many friends. Notable in mission was her desire to bring God’s compassion to all whom she met.”

Sister is survived by her Sisters of the Divine Compassion, her dear sister-in-law, Patricia Bridgetts, nephew, Kevin Bridgetts, her niece, Katherine Bridgetts and many nieces and nephews as well as grand nieces and nephews.

Interment will be private. Arrangements handled by McMahon, Lyon and Hartnett Funeral Home. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Memorial donations may be sent to the Sisters of the Divine Compassion, 52 North Broadway, White Plains, NY 10603.

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    Mount Calvary Cemetery
    575 Hillside Ave
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David M. Joscher

I just heard this morning of Sr. Mary Lucille Bridgetts R.D.C. passing. I just want to say, She was such a wonderful Person. I used to work at Preston High School and she and I developed a very fine friendship. We were both NY Yankees fans, and we spoke often about how well they were playing and such...Just this past Easter, we both spoke over the phone and chatted for quite some time...Alway's asking how everyone was doing? I have very fond memories of Her. I pray for her and hope she is at peace...I will miss her very much. Sincerely, David
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