Sister Maureen

January 25, 1945 ~ April 1, 2020

Born in: New York,
Resided in: Culver City, California

Sister Maureen Petrone, CSJ, age 75, passed away on April 1, 2020 in Los Angeles, CA. Born January 25, 1945 in Yonkers, New York, she entered the Los Angeles Province of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet in 1963.

After years in elementary education as teacher and principal, Sister Maureen earned her LCSW and worked in Clinical Social Work at UCLA Medical Center. During this time, she was recognized by the County of Los Angeles for her dedicated public service with the people of Los Angeles. She later served as Regional and as Health Resource for the Province and was a contact person for the members of Holy Family Community. Sister Maureen was a multi-talented woman who shared her gifts of humor, art and music freely and graciously.

Sr. Maureen is survived by her sister Pat Wright.

When service dates are set, they will be listed on the mortuary website.

Donations in memory of Sister Maureen Petrone may be sent to: Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, 11999 Chalon Road, Los Angeles, CA 90049.

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  1. Sister Maureen was my 6th grade teacher in Tucson, AZ back in 1971. Her guitar playing and singing with the class inspired me to pursue music as a vocation and secondly as a career.
    I moved to San Francisco to attend the Conservatory of Music majoring in classical guitar on a full scholarship, and now I teach various musical instruments at the San Francisco Community Music Center for almost 20 years.
    I’m hoping I can pass on even a little of the spirit she passed on to me.

  2. candle 7Sister Maureen was my neighbor and friend for twenty years. She was the nicest, calmest person I have ever known. Her wisdom and faith has gotten me through many hardships. I miss her dearly. She will always remain in my heart. ❤️

  3. Sr Maureen (Georgette Petrone) was in my CSJ reception class. We both entered right out of high school. We received the habit in 1963, and took our first vows in 1965. And we both had our tonsils out the same day! I went into nursing and left the Order in 1967, but we still kept in touch, up to a few years ago. My condolences to her family. Carmen Vigil, formerly Sr Michael Carmen, CSJ.

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