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Schenck AnneSCHENCK, Sister Anne, CSJ - (1931 - 2021) - Sister Anne Schenck, CSJ (formerly Catherine Anne 'Kay') died peacefully at St. Joseph’s Residence, 2 O’Connor Drive, Toronto Ontario on February 17, 2021 in the 68th year of her religious life.

Sister Anne was predeceased by her parents, Louis M. Schenck and Anne B. (Flynn) Schenck, her brothers Louis J. and John T. and her sister Mary (Schenck) Brennan.

Sister Anne is survived by her sisters Gretchen (Walsh), Joanne (Diamond), and Margaret (Sawchuck). She will be sadly missed by her family, friends and Sisters in community.

Sister Anne grew up in St. Catharines of Alexandria Parish, in St. Catharines. She attended St. Joseph’s Convent School, St. Catharines School and St. Catharines Collegiate. She obtained her B.A. in 1952 at St. Michael’s College in the University of Toronto.

Sister Anne spent many years in the field of education, both as a teacher and a principal. She brought energy and a love for sports to St. Joseph’s High School in Barrie; St. Joseph’s College School and St. Joseph’s Morrow Park in Toronto; St. Patrick’s High School in Vancouver and Paul Dwyer Catholic High School in Oshawa.

After her years in education, Sister Anne turned her many skills and passion to assisting refugees and immigrants. She was administrator at Herron Place Refugee Centre. She founded the Toronto Furniture Bank, which was formally incorporated in 1998 and until her recent illness was a devoted volunteer in Becoming Neighbours where she accompanied immigrants and refugees.

Whatever Sister Anne did, whether with students, staff in schools, or her work with refugees, she did it with energy, compassion and joy.

Due to the pandemic, there will be a Mass of Christian Burial at a later date.

There will be a private Interment on Saturday, February 20, 2021 at Holy Cross Cemetery, Thornhill. Arrangements entrusted with Kane-Jerrett funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Fontbonne Ministries, 101 Thorncliffe Park Drive, Toronto, ON M4H 1M2

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