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religious organization administrator

Sister Suzanne Zuercher, religious organization administrator. Joined Benedictine Sisters, Roman Catholic Church, 1949. Licensed psychologist, Illinois. Member Illinois Psychological Association, International Thomas Merton Society.

Background

Zuercher, Sister Suzanne was born on July 13, 1931 in Evanston, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Charles Robert and Clara (Kettenhofen) Zuercher.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in English, Loyola University, Chicago, 1960. Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, Loyola University, Chicago, 1967.

Career

Elementary teacher, Archdiocese of Chicago, 1952-1960;teacher, St. Scholastica High School, Chicago, 1960-1964;psychologist, St. Scholastica High School, Chicago, 1964-1972;campus minister, Loyola University, 1972-1976;member of staff Institute for Spiritual Leadership, Loyola University, 1976-1987;writing sabbatical, 1987-1988. First councilor Benedictine Sisters, Chicago, 1969-1971, formation directress, 1974-1980, 88-, secretary since 1986. Lecturer in field.

Achievements

  • Joined Benedictine Sisters, Roman Catholic Church, 1949. Licensed psychologist, Illinois.

Works

Membership

Member Illinois Psychological Association, International Thomas Merton Society.

Connections

father:
Charles Robert Zuercher

mother:
Clara (Kettenhofen) Zuercher