Sister Carol Ann Lubas, former educator in Asbury Park school, dies

January 11, 2021 at 3:01 p.m.
Sister Carol Ann Lubas, former educator in Asbury Park school, dies
Sister Carol Ann Lubas, former educator in Asbury Park school, dies


Immaculate Heart of Mary Sister Carol Ann Lubas died Jan. 9 in Regional Hospital, Scranton, Pa. She was 73.

Born in 1947, Sister Carol Ann entered the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary on Aug. 24, 1969. She made her temporary profession of vows June 6, 1971, and final profession of vows Aug. 7, 1975.

Sister Carol Ann earned bachelor of arts and master of science degrees in education/mathematics from Marywood College, Scranton. Her ministry in Catholic education included teaching in schools in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Maryland and New York. In the Trenton Diocese, she taught in Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, Asbury Park, from 1974 to 1975. Other positions she has held included coordinator of religious education, an office assistant in the financial aid office in Marywood College, and in support services at the IHM Center and Our Lady of Peace Residence, Scranton.

Sister Carol Ann was survived by a brother, two sisters, nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews and members of the IHM congregation.

Because of COVID-19 restrictions, the funeral Mass and graveside services will be private. Sister Carol Ann will be buried in St. Catherine’s Cemetery, Moscow, Pa.

Memorial contributions may be made to support the retired IHM Sisters, c/o the IHM Sisters Retirement Fund, IHM Center, 2300 Adams Ave., Scranton, Pa. 18509.


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Immaculate Heart of Mary Sister Carol Ann Lubas died Jan. 9 in Regional Hospital, Scranton, Pa. She was 73.

Born in 1947, Sister Carol Ann entered the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary on Aug. 24, 1969. She made her temporary profession of vows June 6, 1971, and final profession of vows Aug. 7, 1975.

Sister Carol Ann earned bachelor of arts and master of science degrees in education/mathematics from Marywood College, Scranton. Her ministry in Catholic education included teaching in schools in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Maryland and New York. In the Trenton Diocese, she taught in Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, Asbury Park, from 1974 to 1975. Other positions she has held included coordinator of religious education, an office assistant in the financial aid office in Marywood College, and in support services at the IHM Center and Our Lady of Peace Residence, Scranton.

Sister Carol Ann was survived by a brother, two sisters, nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews and members of the IHM congregation.

Because of COVID-19 restrictions, the funeral Mass and graveside services will be private. Sister Carol Ann will be buried in St. Catherine’s Cemetery, Moscow, Pa.

Memorial contributions may be made to support the retired IHM Sisters, c/o the IHM Sisters Retirement Fund, IHM Center, 2300 Adams Ave., Scranton, Pa. 18509.

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