For Sr. Shawn Marie Maguire, SND - With Love and Memories

Sr. Shawn, Maryvale’s beloved Headmistress, will long be remembered for her contributions as a school leader and her legendary impact on generations of students, faculty, alumnae and friends. Your gift to the Sr. Shawn Marie Maguire, SND Endowment Fund will ensure that her legacy continues to inspire the life of the school she loved so dearly.

 

Welcome from Sherry Pudloski '85

 

 


Conversations about Sr. Shawn

Sherry Pudloski: I had the chance to catch up with Meg Kenney Aldridge, Class of 1989. Meg took some time from her very full life as a relationship manager at T. Rowe Price, mom of a son and a daughter, stepmom of three and pet mom to four dogs to talk to me about Sr. Shawn.

Meg comes from a long legacy of Lions. Her mom, aunts and uncles attended Maryvale. Meg and her two sisters are graduates, and Meg’s daughter, now a sophomore in college, is a recent grad.

Sherry Pudloski: What do you remember most about Sr. Shawn?

Meg Kenney Aldridge: Sr. Shawn demonstrated character by example. She had an impeccable character. She led in a way that included everyone. She created a family and community and was 100 percent dedicated to Maryvale. 

Sherry Pudloski: And how did she show that?

Meg Kenney Aldridge: When I think of Maryvale, I think of Sr. Shawn. She greeted us every day at the front door, enthusiastically embracing the day. She came to every one of our games and was there for all of us at school, and beyond. When someone in our family was sick or passed away, Sr. Shawn was there to support us, even years after graduation.

Sherry Pudloski: What lessons did you learn from Sr. Shawn?

Meg Kenney Aldridge: Sr. Shawn taught me early in my life the importance of giving back and serving others.

Sherry Pudloski: What impact did Sr. Shawn have on Maryvale?

Meg Kenney Aldridge: Sr. Shawn created a sense of nurturing at Maryvale that brought out the best in everyone. For all the students, Maryvale was a place where we could focus on our strengths and where we were supported by love. It’s a culture that’s still alive today, creating a place where young women become their best.

Sherry Pudloski: What is your hope for Maryvale’s future?

Meg Kenney Aldridge: During my time, Maryvale was a community where girls experienced unconditional love no matter what their differences. That foundation produced strong women of character who were ready to give back early and often. That foundation and culture will make Maryvale a special place into the future.

Sherry Pudloski: Any final thoughts?

Meg Kenney Aldridge: Sr. Shawn lived a life well-lived. She impacted so many young women, and her legacy lives on in our hearts and lives. It’s up to us to keep Maryvale’s promise to young women for generations to come.


 

Thank you for your donation In Memory of Sr. Shawn

Peter Adams

Meg Kenney Aldridge ’89

Mary Beth Litz-Ayd ’77

Susan and Miles Baxter

Caroline Beaupré ’14

Grace Belz ’05

Amy and David Belz

Mary-Glen Bradbury

The Brooks Family

        Karen and Michael Brooks   

        Katelyn Brooks Buerlein ’04 

        Melissa Brooks Giese ’05

        Emily Brooks Hunter ’08    

Robert Brooks

Mulligan Burns ’01

Delores Cavanaugh

Erin Kelly Chrvala ’87

Kelly Connelly ’91

Marion Connolly ’68

Betty Coyle

Kathryn Kilbourne Curtis ’89

Carolyn and Charles Daley

Celia Anderson Davis

Christina DeRose ’94

Andrea DiGiacomo ’06

JoAnne Dolan

Sarah Dunbar ’07

Kristy and Dennis Elliott

Catherine Englert

Monica Mucha Enoch ’91 and Stephen Enoch

Mary Ellen Rector Fise ’74

Tracey Ford

Mary Agnes Gahan

Marsh and Anthony Gaspari

Katherine and Clifford Gillespie

Barbara and Leslie Barbara Goldstein

Patricia Goldthwaite

Monica Graham

Colleen Marshall Grayson ’95 and Matthew Grayson

Linda and Charles Greene

Mercedes Greene ’90

Heather Smith Harvison ’89

Molly Brooks Helmstetter ’88

Paula Henderson

Sylvia Hesson

Anne and Charles Hilgartner

Ivy Pivec Horan ’89

Dr. Michael Ichniowski LS ’67

Lucy and Larry Ikeler

Alison Stewart Jackson ’90 and Matt Jackson

Catherine Vitrano Kellermann ’73

Helen and Jeffrey Kennelly

Mary Lochboehler Kilbourne ’57

Lee Knox

The Kolberg Family

Julie and James Kuhlman

Mary Kathleen Lavin ’06

Megan Brooks Lindley ’93

Kristine Day Lloyd ’85

Jennifer and Brian Logan

Hailey Lown ’12

Kate Linhard Lynch ’93 and Michael Lynch

Marlene Maguire

Maria and Bill McCarthy 

Mary McGeady ’77

Dolly Wells Mersinger ’67 and Duston Mersinger

Regina Miller and Family

Sr. Mary Murphy, SND

Libby Bagli Nagle ’72

Joanne and Anthony Nasuta

Kelly Cavanaugh Niermeier ’89

Jessica O'Conor ’98

Sr. Anne O'Donnell, SND’ 57 

Deborah O'Hara

Kelly O’Rourke Pilot

Blair Mersinger Pasalic ’02

Deborah and Bruce Pavesich

Mary Otenasek Petr Miles ’63 and Kira Petr Gainey ’98

Elizabeth Piet ’14

Virginia Pilot

Mary-Ann and Walter Pinkard 

Kimberly Nemecek Plum ’97

Aimee Pontier ’11

Sherry Pudloski ’85

Mary Kirby Raley ’92

Sallie Kilbourne Reed ’85

Jessica Vitrano Randisi ’01

Marci Prosser Reihart ’73

Kerry Cavanaugh Rice ’96

Valerie and Patrick Roddy

Stuart and Robert Sanford

Denise Scangarello

Mary Ann and Tom Schaefer

Kristin and David Schiminger

Barbara and Allen Schwitzer

Janis and Jay Silverman

The Singleton Family 

Patricia and Randall Smouse

Marla Stanton

Nancy and John Stewart

Donna Stofberg

Cookie and Dave Stone

Cathy and Mike Thomas 

The Van Horn Family

Frances and Justin Vitrano

Cecelia Volker ’13

Joan Frederick Voshell ’74

Marianne Weis

Katherine and Jordan Wertlieb


Remembering Sister Shawn Marie Maguire, SND

Maryvale students, faculty, staff and alumnae participated in a Prayer Service in memory of Sr. Shawn Marie Maguire, SND on November 2, 2020Click here to watch portions of the prayer service.