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Brother Phillip DePorter, RIP

 Brother Phillip DePorter

Brother Phillip DePorter, FSC, of DENA, died on September 19, 2010 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center in Baltimore, MD.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Viewing from 3:00-5:00 p.m. and 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Calvert Hall College Student Chapel
8102 La Salle Road
Baltimore, MD 21286-8022

Thursday, September 23, 2010
Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 a.m.
Immaculate Conception Church
200 Ware Avenue
Towson, MD 21204
Burial around noon at Ammendale (followed by luncheon)

Born Phillip Rene DePorter in Aurora, IL on December 18, 1940
Entered the Ammendale, MD Novitiate on June 15, 1960
Received the Religious Habit and Name, Brother Rene Francis, on September 7, 1960
Pronounced Perpetual Vows in Philadelphia, PA, on August 30, 1966

1961-1964: Elkins Park, PA – Scholasticate
1964-1972: Philadelphia, PA – West Catholic High School: teacher
1972-1973: Pittsburgh, PA – South Hills Catholic High School: administrative assistant
1973-1978: Radnor, PA – Archbishop Carroll Boys High School: vice principal
1978-1979: Washington, D.C. – St. John’s College High School: counselor, teacher
1979-1981: Washington, D.C. – St. John’s College Middle School: vice principal
1981-1986: Cumberland, MD – Bishop Walsh High School: principal
1986-1987: Morgantown, WV – St. Francis High School: principal
1987-1990: Washington, D.C. – St. John’s College High School: counselor, teacher
1990-1992: Jersey City, NJ – Hudson Catholic High School: teacher
1992-1994: Audubon, PA – District Aspirancy Director: St. Gabriel’s Hall (residence)
1994-1997: Philadelphia, PA – District Vocations Coordinator: La Salle University (residence)
1997-1999: Jersey City, NJ – Hudson Catholic High School: assistant principal
1999-2003: Philadelphia, PA – West Catholic High School: counselor, teacher
2003-2006: Baltimore, MD – The Cardinal Gibbons School: counselor, teacher
2006-2010: Baltimore, MD – Calvert Hall College: counselor, teacher

Brother Phillip died peacefully while in hospice care at Greater Baltimore Medical Center of esophageal cancer after a very brief illness. His family members and Brothers from the community were present by his bedside at his time of death. May he rest in peace.

District: 50 Masses
Calvert Hall community: 30 Masses
Each community in the District: 1 Mass