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Dawn Clark Netsch

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March 08, 2013
My deepest sympathy to her family, She was a wonderful BOSS, She served the State of Illinois so gratefully which she served so selflessly. She was honest,Intelligent and most of all so thoughtful but very tough when she had to be. She was a traight shooter. She will be missed Comptroller.
March 07, 2013
My deepest sympathy to the Netsch family. May God's word comfort you at this most grievous time. Isaiah 61:1, 2.
Jem. Florida
March 07, 2013
I will miss our opportunity to share political converations as I would drive her home after driving her in the convertable in the Gay Pride Parade. What an excellent example of a woman for all people and for human rights and dignity. We will miss that element of basic what is right, and fair in the world.
March 06, 2013
March 06, 2013
She was a very bright light both at Northwestern Law School (where I worked for her '74-'79) and in the Ill. Senate. In addition to all of her other accomplishments, she declared to us one day that "she was the first to wear colorful (long) stockings on the Senate floor" [I think we called them leotards back then.] R.I.P. She was very nice to all of us.
March 06, 2013
Dawn Clark Netsch was an extraordinary woman who proved she could practice law and participate in politics with the best and the brightest. Netsch's honesty and practical approach to government and fiscal responsibility are measures of her integrity Politicians today should take heed of this iconic woman's legacy. May she rest in peace.
March 06, 2013
My sympathy to family,

It was an honor to serve with Dawn in state government back in the early 1990's. I am a former state representative from that era. She was a rare person in Illinois politics that was both honest and an advocate for good government.

May she rest in peace.
March 06, 2013
Speaking of a "Woman of Substance" and "A Touch of Class." I am so honored that my life path crossed hers. Of my many memories of her, one of my favorites has to be the way she graciously bowed when greeting both the governor and the janitors. Rest in peace, Dawn. I will forever cherish having known you.
March 06, 2013
She taught us at Northwestern Law '68. She was always a lady, always a professional and always in good humor. Hate to lose men and women of her caliber and level of integrity. Dan Kuhn
March 06, 2013
My husband and I first met Dawn and Walter in 1980 when he was looking for a Boston Terrier pup to keep him company after his retirement. That was the start of a long and rewarding friendship sharing the love of the breed and good food and company. I was fortunate to talk to Dawn last week and will miss her, be in peace Dawn

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