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Donna Dawkins Obituary
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July 17, 2018

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September 6, 2017
My Dear Sweet Donna, wish I could have hugged you one more time. I just found out you are gone! I will always remember the fun we had at work and the times we recently had together for lunch. I had a bad feeling the other day when you didn't answer my text. I wish I could have been there for you. My heart is hurting but I thank God that He put you in my life. I pray that He gives your children and grandchildren peace during this time. May they always remember the great love you had for them and go on to make you even prouder. You will be dearly missed but never forgotten. I wish more people in life had your great outlook and positive attitude and the love you had in your heart. This world would be a better place.
August 23, 2017
She spent many a day with us at the Mercer plant and managed to laugh when things were going well AND smile thru the down times, making faces at all the grumpy stooges.
Later, I would see her at local running events, walking along keeping spirits up and playing sweeper for the ones whom had trouble pacing the distance.
I, personally, will miss her large smile and happy disposition.