Sisters of the Precious Blood elect new leaders

The Sisters of the Precious Blood have elected a new leadership team: Sister Joyce Lehman, president; Sister Judy Kroeger, vice president; and Sisters Ann Clark, Marla Gipson and Terry Walter, councilors. They were elected to serve a four-year term.

Formal installation of the newly elected team will take place Sunday, July 30, at 2 p.m. during a Mass at Salem Heights, the Congregation’s central house in Dayton. A reception will follow for Sisters and guests.

The election took place during the Sisters’ recent Assembly, held June 26-30 at the Bergamo Center in Beavercreek. Every four years, Sisters travel to Dayton from across the U.S., as well as from Chile and Guatemala, to take part in the weeklong congress.

Founded in Switzerland in 1834 by Maria Anna Brunner, Precious Blood Sisters serve in the United States, Chile and Guatemala, proclaiming God’s love by being a life-giving, reconciling presence in our fractured world. Their central house in Dayton has been located on Salem Avenue since 1923.

New council 2023 – 2027: from left, Sisters Marla Gipson, Judy Kroeger, Joyce Lehman, Terry Walter and Ann Clark

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