Lucie Mary Nordmann is St. Louis native who entered the Society of the Sacred Heart in 1961, shortly after her graduation from the Academy of the Sacred Heart (City House) in St. Louis. She made her first vows February 17, 1964 and her final profession January 25, 1970.
Sister Nordmann first taught in the Academy of the Sacred Heart in Grand Coteau, Louisiana, 1965-66. In 1966, she began at Villa Duchesne in St. Louis, and remained until 1970, when she went to Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart for two years before returning to Villa Duchesne for three years. She served as principal of the boarding and day schools at the Academy in Grand Coteau, 1975-82, then spent one year at Villa Duchesne before moving to the Doane Stuart School in Albany, where she served as headmistress, 1984-94. She served as director of development at Lydia’s House, a transitional shelter for women and children who have experienced abuse and as a patient advocate at St. Luke’s Hospital. She was head of school at Villa Duchesne / Oak Hill 2009-2013. She currently serves as director of advancement for Schools of the Sacred Heart, Grand Coteau.
Sister Nordmann earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Maryville University and a Master’s in education from Washington University (St. Louis).