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Dawn E. Horning

Published On: Sep 24 2013 09:11:37 AM CDT   Updated On: Sep 24 2013 09:12:05 AM CDT

Dawn Elizabeth Horning passed away on Sunday September 22, 2013 following complications of a brain aneurism.

Dawn was 59 years young and was born in Flushing, MI.

She is survived by her husband of 32 years Bruce Horning and her two sons Dan Miko and Paul Horning (Crystal) and Grandson Paul Jr. She is also survived by her father George Bowman, sister Kim Bowman and brother George Bowman. She was preceded in death by her mother Nancy Bowman and her beloved dog Maynard.

Dawn cared deeply about those in her life and worked in the community as a member of Kwik Trip for 15 years.

Thank you to those who came into her life and who helped her family in their time of need. There will be a private memorial in her honor celebrating her life. Dawn will be missed but she will live on in each of us as we are better people because of her."

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