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April 20, 1988 | IRIS SCHNEIDER, Times Staff Writer
When Lelia Mrotzek went to her 20-year high school reunion last year, classmates joked that they weren't surprised to find she was spending her time in jail. It was the part about doing it as a chaplain that surprised them. Mrotzek, 38, whose round baby face and upbeat demeanor bely her 10 years of service as the Protestant chaplain at Sybil Brand Institute, was prepared for her classmates' reactions. "I was a rowdy teen-ager," she said, acknowledging that she was heading down the wrong path.
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April 20, 1988 | IRIS SCHNEIDER, Times Staff Writer
When Lelia Mrotzek went to her 20-year high school reunion last year, classmates joked that they weren't surprised to find she was spending her time in jail. It was the part about doing it as a chaplain that surprised them. Mrotzek, 38, whose round baby face and upbeat demeanor bely her 10 years of service as the Protestant chaplain at Sybil Brand Institute, was prepared for her classmates' reactions. "I was a rowdy teen-ager," she said, acknowledging that she was heading down the wrong path.
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May 9, 1988 | IRIS SCHNEIDER, Times Staff Writer
When Lelia Mrotzek went to her 20-year high school reunion last year, classmates joked that they weren't surprised to find she was spending her time in jail. It was the part about doing it as a chaplain that surprised them. Mrotzek, 38, whose round baby face and upbeat demeanor bely her 10 years of service as the Protestant chaplain at Sybil Brand Institute, was prepared for her classmates' reactions. "I was a rowdy teen-ager," she said, acknowledging that she was heading down the wrong path.
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