María Isolina Ferré Aguayo
Ponce, P.R. 1914 – 2000
Sor Isolina Ferré lived her life believing that everybody has the capacity to live to the fullest, regardless of their resources. Ever since her teenage years, she showed a vocation for helping poor families. Her first years in the Missionary Servants were served in the remote mining town of Norton, in the Appalachian Mountains in the state of Virginia, and on the streets of Brooklyn, when there where many juvenile gangs. In 1968 she started the Orientation and Service Center in the sector “La Playa” in Ponce, Guayama and Río Piedras. She is one of the 6 Puerto Ricans that have been distinguished with the Medal of Freedom awarded by the President of the United States of America.
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