Education advocacy rooted in promise to Nicaraguan boy: Prescott woman desires to make world better place for children

| November 29, 2017

Ask Rosemary Agneesens if she has children and she will answer, “Thousands.”

A Franciscan nun for 24 years before she married and became an Arizona teacher, principal, community organizer and semi-retired education advocate with the Yavapai County Education Service Agency, the 69-year-old has no biological children. Yet she has devoted her life to offering educational opportunities to children and families, be they close to home or residing in a Third World village.

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