Loyola University Maryland mourns the tragic death of Rev. Mary-Marguerite Kohn, Ph.D., a 2009 graduate of the University’s doctoral program in pastoral counseling and affiliate professor of pastoral counseling, who died May 5 of wounds suffered in a tragic shooting at the church in Ellicott City where she served as co-rector. The thoughts and prayers of the entire Loyola community are with Rev. Dr. Kohn’s loved ones during this time of profound loss.
“The Reverend Mary-Marguerite has made us laugh many times and she has always been generous and a helping hand,” wrote her colleagues KayLiz Oakes, Ph.D., associate professor of pastoral counseling, Tom Rodgerson, Ph.D., assistant professor of pastoral counseling, and Geraldine Fialkowski, Ph.D., affiliate professor of pastoral counseling. “She has always been one who has ‘taken care.’ So of course we pray for each other, especially now. We pray for our students, Mary-Marguerite, and Mary-Marguerite's family.”
Funeral services will take place on Tuesday, May 8, at 3 p.m.:
Cathedral of the Incarnation
4 East University Parkway
Baltimore, Md. 21218
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