THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Dawn M. Anderson
Issue Date: February 13, 2020
Dawn (Marcouiller) Anderson, 87, of Marinette, passed away Thursday, February 6, 2020 at St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay.
Dawn was born February 12, 1932, to the late Ernest and Clara (Young) Marcouiller in Chicago, Illinois where she spent her early years, moving to Marinette in 1947. She attended Alvernia High School in Chicago, Marinette High School in Marinette and was a 1950 graduate of the former Our Lady of Lourdes High School in Marinette. On June 20, 1953, she married James L. Anderson, who preceded her in death on December 1, 1973. She was previously employed by the former First National Bank of Marinette and the City of Marinette.
Dawn was a member of Pioneer Presbyterian Church of Marinette and was a member and Past President of the Marinette Jaycettes. She enjoyed working on her computer, reading, knitting, making craft items for her home and for her friends and playing Scrabble and Bridge. In her earlier years, she enjoyed bowling.
Dawn is survived by one son, Allen L. (Sheryll) Anderson of Baraboo, Wisconsin; one nephew, Denis J. (Dianne) DeCamp of Schaumburg, Illinois; a great-nephew, Jonathan M. (Caroline) DeCamp and their daughters, Amelia, Clara and Mallory of Itasca, Illinois; a great-niece, Amanda E. (Matthew) Wayman and their daughter, Elina and son, Harvey, of Phoenix, Arizona and special friends, Douglas A. Biehl and Kimber L. Olson of Marinette.
Along with her husband and her parents, she was preceded in death by three brothers, Ernest E. Marcouiller, Gordon L. Marcouiller and Allen J. Marcouiller; one sister, Eleanor (Marcouiller) DeCamp and a brother-in-law, Morris J. DeCamp.
It was her wish that there be a private family service in place of a formal funeral. Burial will be in Forest Home Cemetery, Marinette. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Dawn's name to the charity of your choice are suggested. Hansen Onion Martell Funeral Home of Marinette is assisting the family.