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With compassion, spirit, Sister Madeline Hanot created unique home for developmentally disabled

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Madeline Hanot

Posted: Monday, May 27, 2002 10:00 pm

Sister Madeline Hanot was a woman who lived as though she expected to win the lottery, but never got around to buying a ticket.

“She was an impractical person, but always full of joy.” said Sister Mary Lancaster, who knew her well. “She loved these people (the developmentally disabled) and thought that money should be no object when they needed help, and nobody dared refuse her.

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