Obituary: Sister Doris Nevitt, O.P.

OBIT_SrDNevittOPSister Doris Nevitt, O.P., a Sister of St. Dominic, Amityville, for 61 years, died Jan. 16. She was 79.
Born in Brooklyn, she became acquainted with the Dominicans at St. Barbara’s Annex, Bushwick, and Bishop McDonnell H.S., Crown Heights. She entered the congregation in 1951, and one year later, she received the habit and her religious name, Sister Rose William. She pronounced her final vows in 1953.
She taught at St. Francis of Assisi, Astoria, 1953-59; St. Barbara, Bushwick, 1959-62; Incarnation, Queens Village, 1962-67; and St. Joseph, Kings Park, L.I., 1967-68. 
She served as principal of St. Frances de Chantal School in Borough Park, 1968-73.
 When she moved to St. Boniface Convent, Elmont, L.I., she taught in the school, 1973-75, and then was assigned to the Bursar’s Office at Molloy College, Rockville Centre, 1975-2003. She helped move the accounting from a copy book to the computer and through three new computer systems before retiring to Carlin Hall.
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated in St. Albert Chapel, Amityville, Jan. 24. Interment in the Sisters’ Cemetery followed.