Condolence & Memory Journal

Rest In Peace Dawn and may God bless your beautiful family and loyal friends during this time. You will certainly be missed by many but heaven gained an angel.

Posted by Mary Ann Slough - Warsaw, IN - Friend   March 17, 2018

I had the privilege of meeting Dawn when we were both parents at Providence Catholic HS. We reconnected at Cardinal Bernardin School as parents of grammar school children. My two favorite memories were simply enjoying music in Orland Park at a summer concert with and seeing Pink in TP this past summer. I will always remember your beautiful smile and positive attitude. I feel blessed to have known you.

Posted by Beth Nolan - Orland Park, IL - Friend   March 16, 2018

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I had the pleasure of meeting Dawn a few years back when I interviewed her for a UM nurse position. She immediately grabbed my attention with her bubbly personality, knowledge and out going attitude. Our paths crossed again most recently as I searched her out for a manager role I was looking to fill. She jumped right in, willing to do anything and everything to support the staff and me. I so enjoyed our private talks and friendship. Dawn was such a wonderful, warm, caring and engaging person who will be missed beyond words. She is with the angels now and forever in our hearts. Dawn, I will miss you!

Posted by Susan Tuzik - IL - Friend   March 16, 2018

I remember Dawn as always cheerful, in style and dancing when we went to South together. The poor girl was partnered with me a couple times during dance class, I couldn't keep up!
While watching the beautiful tribute to your mom, I could physically feel the love and pride she held for each of you. Your bonds so strong, they will remain with you forever. My prayers are with you Aris, Jackson, Kayla and Aidan, may you find peace and comfort. I know you will continue to make your mom proud. God bless.

Posted by Julie Lampe - Byron, IL - Classmate   March 15, 2018

I was blessed to mentor Dawn when she went to Prarie State and was working on her nursing degree. I was so happy to celebrate her graduation, I got her her first Littman stethascope. We were both overjoyed when she passed her boards. So many memories of so long ago. My prayer is for her to be at peace, and for her children to continue to live health, happy, productive lives as she would wish.

Posted by Joanna Hume - Romeoville, IL - Family Friend   March 14, 2018