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Sister Paula Church (Rodgers)

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Presidents:
John A. Grinceri (1975 - 1978)
Served: 1975 - 1977
Areas Served:
Florence, Trieste
Pisa, Padova, Florence, Trieste, Ferrara
Companions:
Rolayne B. Hanson (Beckstrom) | Cathy Rallison (Haderlie) | Laura J Ulmer (Sims)
Your Occupation: Loan Officer/Retired
Spouse: David Church
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I recently returned from Italy where I stayed with Nicola Micozzi who joined the Church 37 yrs ago. He designed the first couple of chapels in Italy. He also was taught by Sorella Lopez. He is hoping to get in contact with her again. Anyone, who knows her contact info- I would love it. It was really wonderful to be with him and his wife Maria. There is a chapel about two blocks from his home.
 
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