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Sister Irene Platt

May 9, 1960November 16, 2021

Sr. Irene Pratt 1960-2021

Sr. Irene Platt passed into eternal life on November 16, 2021. Born on May 9,1960 to the late Lawrence and Jeannette Platt. Sr. Irene was raised in Chester, PA. She attended St. Robert Grade School and graduated from Notre Dame Catholic High School for girls in Moylan, Pa in 1978. Sr. Irene entered the Companions of Christ in Portland, Maine in 1980 due to her strong calling to serve the Lord. After her final vows, Sr. Irene served various ministries in the Portland and Auburn/Lewiston area. The latest being St. Mary’s D’Youville Pavilion Senior Living Center as a CNA and ministry at Sacred Heart Parish. In addition to her parents, Sister was predeceased by her brother Joseph. She is survived by her brothers Lawrence, Michael, and Jim, her sisters Mary Ann and Teresa, and her sister-in-law Patricia Platt and several in-laws. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and the Auburn Community whom she considered family.

Services on Friday November 19th at Sacred Heart Church in Auburn will commence with Reception of the Body at 11 AM, followed by a time of public visitation at 11:30 AM and concluding with a Mass of Christian Burial in the church at 1:00 PM. Committal Prayers will follow the Mass at St. Peter's Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Immaculate Heart Parish, 24 Sacred Heart Place, Auburn, Maine 04210.

Services

  • Reception of the Body

    Friday, November 19, 2021

  • A Mass of Christian Burial at Sacred Heart Church

    Friday, November 19, 2021

  • Commital St. Peter's Cemetery

    Friday, November 19, 2021

Memories

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Susan Sheward (nee Fisher)

November 19, 2021

Sr. Irene and I met on our tour of Notre Dame High School. We were grouped together for that tour. Led by her sister Mary Ann. We bonded instantly. She was from St. Robert's and I was from St. John's. As providence would have it we were placed together in the same home room as freshmen. Our friendship was fixed from the very first day. After high school I went off to Temple Univ. and Irene began her progress toward her calling. She was at my wedding in March 1989 and Peter and I along with my parents were there in Maine when she took her vows. Our lives diverged but whenever we came back together it was as if no time or distance was between us. She was an honorary Aunt to my two children. She was a true and genuine friend. I am sad that we will never sit and visit one another again. I know that she is at peace. I thank God for bringing her into my life. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends today and always. Rest in peace my friend.