Felicia’s community involvement was extensive. She was President of the John Adams Athletic Boosters, reflecting her love for community, youth, and sports. She was a longtime catechist in the atrium at Little Flower Catholic Church. She was an early member of Purple Porch Co-op, and was involved in several community gardens and community sponsored agriculture. She enjoyed directing interns at Good Shepherd, working with students from IUSB, St. Mary’s, Holy Cross, and Notre Dame. She loved hosting exchange students at home.
Aunt Felicia had the kindest soul. She was a loving mother, spouse, sister, aunt, and friend, community organizer, visionary, and a family reunion planner. She shared her faith and love with her family and the whole community and she will be greatly missed.
By donating to this scholarship you will keep her dream of providing a child with joyful learning, spirited interaction, compassionate care for the environment, seeking to create a world at peace.
My Aunt Felicia and Uncle Dan founded Good Shepherd Montessori school 15 years ago with nothing but faith, hope, and love. Now they still have all of those things and almost 200 students to share their lives with. This scholarship will help cover the tuition for a student that deserves the opportunity to attend Good Shepherd but may not have the resources to do so.
- Kim Mcgreal
- Carla MacMillan
- Sharon Gill
Organizer and beneficiary
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