Sister Thomasetta, who was a Sister of Mercy for 67 years, died at Mercy Convent in Nashville. She was 90.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Joseph and Helen Mogan; and her siblings, Dr. Edward Mogan, Dr. Joseph Mogan, Catherine Childs, Dr. Thomas Mogan, and John Mogan. She is survived by her sister, Sister Maris Stella Mogan, RSM; her niece, Cathy Childs Matteson (Michael); and numerous nieces and nephews.
Sister Thomasetta held teaching positions in Tennessee and served as a pastoral associate at St. Matthew Church in Franklin. She also ministered to the patients and their families at St. Mary’s Medical Center in Knoxville. When she retired, Sister Thomasetta volunteered at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville. She also visited the sick and homebound and provided for those in need. She sang in the choir at the Cathedral of the Incarnation. She continued to contribute in a major way to community life at Mercy Convent until two weeks before she died, and she continued to ask about others until she died.
Sister Thomasetta’s commitment to God was reflected by the motto in her ring, “Thy Will Be Done.” Prayer, mercy, and hospitality filled her life, and giving to others describes her life as cheerfulness flowed from her heart.
A private funeral was held at Mercy Convent in Nashville, followed by burial at Calvary Cemetery in Nashville.