Sr. Violet Sampour passed away


Bahawalpur: July 15, 2017. (PCP) Fr. Nadeem Joseph Op from Saint Dominic priory Bahawalpur has shared sad news that Sr. Violet Sampour op, Bahawalpur Dominican sisters, died on 14 July 2017 around 9:30PM in Jinnah Hospital Karachi. Three days back she met with road accident in Karachi and was badly had head injuries. She was 61 years old, at present she was living in Multan. She was Novice Mistress, chairperson of Justice and peace Commission (MSLCP) Multan. She served her community as a superior Representative in Pakistan twice. She also served in medical as Nurse in Hindu Tribes with Fr.Jim Nuttal op (Late). We are proud of her services as Dominican sister. She was wise, visionary, humble, meek and eager to serve whatever task was given to her.

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