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March 19, 2013
A stand-up woman of integrity and a wry sense of humor. She will be missed
March 18, 2013
Dawn Clark Netsch was a statesman, a public servant, who transcended politics. She was a superhero in the field of politicians and one of the greats in Illinois political history, yet ever humble. She was a 21st century Mother Jones who always stood up to "the bosses" to speak for those without a voice to fight for social change.
March 18, 2013
I will describe Dawn with the same words with which I introduced her several times: Never have the people of Illinois been served as well as when Dawn Clark Netsch has been in office
March 16, 2013
Mrs. Dawn Clark Netsch was smart and delightful and not soon to be forgotten. I have always thought of her and her husband when I drove past her home to the Midwest Buddhist Temple and I know my thoughts will wander to this great dame for as long as I attend Temple.
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