Dawn was literally the first person you would see upon entering the lobby of the Northwood School. Whether you were a new student, graduating senior, returning alumni, board member, school administrator, faculty or staff member, Dawn was a presence to all. As a four year student, active alumnus, former board member and [for a short period] director of Development and Alumni Affairs, Dawn was part of my association with the school for many of those years. I, and many of my cohorts, will remember her with affection and forever appreciate the contribution she made to the life of Northwood.
Sincerely, Rick Leary, Class of 1968.
missing my number 1 woman a lot, hope you’re dancing on the beach w pop, love you endlessly nonnie
Love you Aunt Dawn! Thanks for the wonderful childhood memories, as your house hosted many wonderful family reunions ❤️ Thanks for supporting my musical adventures and checking in on me and my family throughout the years! Give Uncle Art a big hug for me!
Diane, was so sorry to hear the passing of your sister.prayers and hugs go out to you and your family.
"Sisters are a special gift and the greatest friend we will ever have" You were special Dawn. You set good examples for all of us.When I think of you I always think of my boy scout motto. "be prepared in Mind" and be prepared in body" and I also remember that we should be "Trustworthy, Loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient,cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent" and you were all of these and more. Love you Dawn. May you rest in peace.
Rest In Peace.
love you aunt dawn