Mark SlawinskiFinancial managerMark Stephen Slawinski, a...

OBITUARIES

November 17, 1992

Mark Slawinski

Financial manager

Mark Stephen Slawinski, a practice manager for Medical Management Sciences in Woodlawn, died Saturday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center after a heart attack.

A Mass of Christian burial for Mr. Slawinski, who was 37 and lived in Phoenix, was to be offered at 10 a.m. today at St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church, 13305 Long Green Pike.

Since 1990, he had worked for Medical Management, which manages financial operations for group medical practices.

Earlier, he was a financial vice president at Citicorp, Delaware.

A member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, he had also worked part-time in real estate and was a member of the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors.

Born in Baltimore, he was a graduate of St. Elizabeth's School in East Baltimore. In 1973, he graduated from Archbishop Curley High School and in 1976 from the University of Baltimore, where he also received a master's degree in business administration in 1981.

He was a member of the Baltimore City Yacht Association.

He is survived by his wife, the former Tricia LaFerrara; a daughter, Olivia P. Slawinski; his parents, Walter H. and Martha E. Slawinski, both of Baltimore; and a brother, John E. Slawinski of Sparks.

The family suggested memorial contributions to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. Sister Mary Constance Sherman, M.H.S.H., former superior general of the Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart, died Saturday at Mercy Medical Center of complications after surgery.

A Mass of Christian burial for Sister Constance, who was 90, was NTC to be offered at 10 a.m. today in the chapel of the Mission Helpers Center, the order's motherhouse at 1001 W. Joppa Road.

She was superior general of her order from 1948 until 1960 and was novice mistress for nine years before then.

Since 1989, she had lived in retirement at the motherhouse after teaching religion for six years at Our Lady of Pompeii Roman Catholic Church.

Though she specialized in teaching the deaf, with several assignments at St. Gabriel's School for the Deaf in Santurce, Puerto Rico, and the old St. Francis Xavier School for the Deaf in the Irvington area, she also taught those who could hear in New York, Colorado, Texas, Michigan and Baltimore.

She was also superior of religious communities in Trenton, N.J., and Boston.

A native of Fort Loramie, Ohio, the former Victoria Mary Sherman completed high school there. She joined the Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart 71 years ago.

She studied at Loyola College and completed a program for teachers of the deaf in St. Louis.

She is survived by two brothers, the Rev. James E. Sherman and William Sherman, both of Dayton, Ohio; and two sisters, Helen Sherman of Dayton and Sister Beata Sherman, M.H.S.H., of Towson.

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