Daughters leave 10 cities

St. Vincent's HealthCare of Jacksonville, Fla., and Seton Healthcare Family of Austin, Texas, provided these photos of the Daughters of Charity.

Current Daughters of Charity at St. Vincent's HealthCare of Jacksonville — all of whom will be departing within the year — are, back row, from left: Sr. Clare Marie Angermaier; Sr. Cora Anne Signaigo; and Sr. Joan Drega. Front row, from left: Sr. Rose Marie Henschke and Sr. Patricia Nee.

The Daughters of Charity who served in Jacksonville in the early 1920s.

On June 20, 1977, past and then-present administrators of St. Vincent's Medical Center in Jackson, from left: Sr. Angela Hofstetter, DC; Sr. Virginia Cotter, DC; Sr. Catherine Norton, DC; Sr. DeChantal LaRow, DC; Sr. Mary Clare Hughes, DC; and Sr. Evelyn Roache, DC.

Sr. Clare Marie Angermaier, DC, who serves at St. Vincent's Medical Center Southside in Jacksonville, organizes items in the St. Vincent's food pantry.

Daughters of Charity in Austin are, from left, Sr. Sharon Groetsch; Sr. Jean Ann Wesselman; Sr. Gertrude Levy Sr. Catherine Brown; Sr. Helen Brewer; and Sr. JT Dwyer.

Sr. Gertrude Levy, DC, walks with a patient and her granddaughter at Seton Medical Center in Austin in 1989.

Sr. Pat Elder, DC, visits a patient at Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas in Austin, Texas.

Sr. Teresa George, DC, plays video games with a patient at Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas in Austin.