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Sean M. Dawkins Obituary
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July 16, 2018

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April 20, 2017
Happy birthday, my friend. You are missed more than you know, even 10 years on.
February 14, 2017
October 30, 2016
Dear General and Mrs. Dawkins, Noel, Winkie, and family, I remember Sean fondly from our time at the York School during 8th grade. He, Geoff Norton, Van Blackgrove, and I played a lot of basketball together. I am saddened to learn that I will not be able to visit with him again until we all meet in heaven. Please accept my deep condolences, and know that Sean touched countless lives during his time here on earth. All of his York School classmates loved him, and will always remember his smile and zest for life. Peace, love, and comfort be to all of you.

Sincerely,
Michelle Lichtenberger Gutierrez
York School, Class of 1982
March 23, 2016
Has it really been 9 years since I got the email? That you were no longer with us? Surely, this was a supreme joke. But no. The one who lived life to the fullest was no longer among the living.

It's still hard to believe. And supremely unfair that your children have to grow up without you.

You will always be missed, and always be loved. Until we all get to see you again....