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Dawn Lee (Rendel) McEachron

Born: Tue., Jul. 14, 1964
Died: Mon., Jan. 7, 2019


Cremation


Memorial Service

3:00 PM Thu., Jan. 17, 2019


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Dawn Lee (Rendel) McEachron, 54, passed away at her home in Deaver, Wyoming, January 7, 2019.  She was born in Syracuse, NY, on July 14, 1964, to Allen D. Rendel and Barbara E. (Stitzinger) Rendel.

She graduated from Greybull High School and then moved to Cody, WY, where she worked at West Park Hospital for many years. This allowed her to work at Lake Hospital in Yellowstone National Park for many summers.  She truly enjoyed those summers in the Park.

She loved animals, having a variety pets throughout her life.  She enjoyed spending time in her vegetable and flower gardens. Her artistic talents really shined in the various arts and craft projects she did. She was also very active in Taekwondo joining Lone Wolf Martial Arts 20 years ago, who became like a second family to her.

She is survived by sisters Christine Matz, Lori (Rendel) Wollan, and Robin (Rendel) Ryan; brother Mike Matz; two nieces and two nephews.

She preceded in death by her mother, father, and stepfather Ernest Matz.

Services will be 3:00 PM Thursday, January 17, 2019, at Haskell Funeral Home in Lovell, WY.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial donations be made to the American Cancer Society or Susan G. Komen Foundation.

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velma stingley
   Posted Sat January 12, 2019
Dawn your are already missed by all of us at Ag Worker Health Services. We will miss your smile when you would come in with our client to visit. Sending Our condolences to your family. RIP Dawn till we meet again.



Monique Conklin
   Posted Mon January 14, 2019
My dearest friend. Your battle is over. My heart is filled with sadness. You have always been the kindness person I have ever met. I was lucky enough to spend all those years working with you in Cody and in Yellowstone. With all my love, untill we meet again.

Stephanie Reynolds
   Posted Tue January 15, 2019
I’m so sorry for your loss. I hope you find comfort in Jesus words at John 5:28,29. There Jesus promised a resurrection of our loved ones. This beautiful hope can sustain us during times of grief. If you would like to learn more about the resurrection hope and ways to cope with grief, please visit jw.org. Please accept my condolences.

Angie English
   Posted Tue January 15, 2019
I worked with Dawn many years ago at McDonalds, and enjoyed seeing her here and there over the years. She always had a warm smile and a great story or two to tell... Rest in Peace my friend.

Kristin Kelly
   Posted Thu January 17, 2019
I had the pleasure of being with Dawn during the Casting for Recovery Retreat in Dubois many years ago. I'm so sorry for the loss. I only knew her briefly, but she had an infectious laugh and great spirit. She had so much fun trying to get that trout. Thinking of you, her family.

Tiffany
   Posted Fri January 18, 2019
Dawn was a light. She took us out mini-golfing and treated us to lunch often. Out of all the times we visited together I can't think of a time when she wasn't cheerful or laughing with us together. Always sharing clever jokes and letting us love her animals as she did. Being joyfully surprised by her visits and aspirations for what she could achieve in her life. She included us in her adventures, always brightening the path she traveled for those around her. She was always sharing her loves and likes in her life with us, lending us her own fascinations in hopes we might join her in her ever enlightened enthusiasm. She had a beautiful heart in this world, for those who were lucky to call her a friend or share the love of her family. She helped those in need in the way of volunteering her time to them selflessly and without second thought. Though she may be gone, her light she brought into this world continues to shine. We will miss her dearly.

D.M.
   Posted Thu January 31, 2019
I am very sorry to hear about your loss. Losing a loved one can be hard to bear at times. May we always remember to call on God’s name. A scripture that you may find comforting is Psalms 34:18: Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit.

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