Sister Genevieve Marie
A man and a woman, both 60, alleged in an 8/07 civil suit that Sister Genevieve Marie, a nun and teacher at St. James School in McMinnville, engaged in acts of physical and mental cruelty toward them in the mid- to late 1950s.
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