Dawn Marie Sadler


DOB:  March 10, 1962

DOD:  August 1, 2016

Birthplace:  Pennsylvania

Saturday, August 6, 2016

Viewing Only:  12:00 – 2:00 p.m.

Location:  St Benedict Roman Catholic Church

2612 Wilkens Avenue

Baltimore, MD  21223

Interment:  Private


4 thoughts on “Dawn Marie Sadler

  1. My Aunt, Dawn Sadler, was the most wonderful and free spirited individual you would have ever met. She was sweet, loving and kind, and would always put others before herself. She has left an impression on so many people throughout her time with us, her contagious smile says it all. As we celebrate her life, there are so many memories and emotions running through each of us.

    Lets all take a moment and share a favorite memory in her honor.

    My favorite memory of my Aunt Dawn, was from when I was just a kid. I would often spend the night at her house with her kids, my cousins, Joey, Heather and Kye. Us kids would play for hours, running around the house and through the neighbors yards. We were rambunctious and sometimes out of control (just sometimes). During these visits my Aunt Dawn would always take care of us. We would have food, watch TV and she would even let us go to the park. There were so many fun times, but what I remember most was her loving nature.

    That’s how I remember her… What’s your story?

    Condolences to Joey, Heather, Kye and the rest of our family. We are grieving, but we are also celebrating a beautiful life.

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  2. Condolences to the family of Dawn. My memories of her was she was always a quiet, friendly person. She often visited with her Aunt Vicki in our neighborhood growing up. She was also a fellow classmate. RIP Dawn, CCHS Class of 1980
    Brenda (Park) Munz


  3. I lost contact with Dawn but I loved her like a sister. She helped me through some rough times in my life. I thought of her often though the years and will never forget the fun times that we shared. Rest in peace my beautiful friend.


  4. Although I only had Dawn as a friend since late 2014, I can honestly say that she and I had a great friendship. We laughed, cried, shared many a day on our porches sharing stories. Jason remembers her as his second mom. Always looking out for him. We are going to miss her dearly and will be at her celebration of life tomorrow to share our hearts with you all.


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