Sister Rosemary Delaney, who served as a teacher, principal and administrative assistant in schools in five different East Coast states, died Sept. 10 at Lourdes Health Care Center in Wilton, of cardiac arrest. She was 83, and had been a professed member of the School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND) for 63 years.
Rosemary Delaney was born Feb. 17, 1929, in New York City. In 1946, after attending high school at the SSND Juniorate in Fort Lee, N.J., she entered the congregation of women religious. She was given the religious name Nicholas Mari and professed her first vows in August 1949. She professed her final vows in 1955.