Dawn Marie Kucaj

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Dawn Marie
Kucaj

Kucaj, Dawn Marie
(nee Urbanski.) Passed away peacefully and went home to the Lord on Apr. 1, 2013 at the age of 42 years. Daughter of John (Linda) Urbanski and Caroline Urbanski (Dick Greenwald, her inspirational friend.) Mother of Joshua and Brittany who will greatly miss her. Further survived by other loving relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her loving Uncle Rhiney. She will also be missed by her constant feline companion, “Sassy.”
A memorial visitation will be held Sun. Apr. 7th from 2 to 5pm at the funeral home. A memorial service will follow at 5pm. Private inurnment Mt. Olivet.

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Brittany

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Jeff

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Caroline A. Urbanski

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Josh Kucaj

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Aunt Martha

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Brittany Kucaj

Not only were you my mom, you were my bestfriend. The only one out of the whole family that took the time and cared enough to truly know me and understand me. I never felt sad or lonely living with you cause you were there with me every second making memories full of fun and laughter. We had so many plans for moving away to a new place and decorating it how we wanted so we could call it our home for good, and I looked forward to that everyday. Now I’m all alone mom…everyone says they’re here for me and care about me, but no one could ever compare to how you loved and cared about me. I was your main concern 24/7. There wasn’t an hour that went by that you weren’t coming In my room to talk or calling me when I was gone somewere. I miss feeling cared about and loved. I miss your voice, our talks, your advice, your phone calls, our apartment, your home made dinners, and all the other little things. The only thing I have left of you is pictures and sassy since I couldn’t go back to the apartment because I’m the only one who seen you that morning. No one can understand how I feel and my grief, but I’m glad that it was me because I’m the very last person you seen and talked too. Mom Im so sorry for our little arguments and then the fights that got out of control, but we always made up right after because we never let those things get in the way of our realtionship. Im so glad I had you for a mom and I promise to make you proud and carry on our dreams and goals we had. I miss you and think about you every second, but i know you’re looking down at me saying Brittany you’re a strong girl that will get threw this and anything life throws at you because I prepared you for the world and you’ll do great. Rest in peace mom, you’re finally out of pain and suffering. I love you forever and always.

Christine

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Todd Marino

My name is Todd Marino and I grew up with Dawn. My mom (Roseann Marino) and I lived in the duplex on 48th and Dakota upstairs from Dawn and Carol. We were friend since the age of 10, and were friends throughout our teen years. Dawn was kind of like a sister to me because we would see each other every day. I remember Dawn would get mad at me because our cat Vivian would go into their house and hide under her bed. Just one of many fond memories. The last time I saw her was at her wedding reception and she was a beautiful bride. I wish I had the privilege of knowing her as an adult, and my thoughts go out to all of you wonderful people. I’m so sorry.

Sincerely,
-Todd

Brittany Kucaj

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Dick Greenwald

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