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Dawn L Sanguinetti
October 8, 1959 ~ June 29, 2023 (age 63) 63 Years Old
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Dawn L. (Davidson) Sanguinetti, 63, of Lanoka Harbor, NJ, passed away on June 29, 2023. Dawn was born on October 8, 1959 to Robert and Lorraine (Weigel) Davidson in Atlantic Highlands, NJ, and is survived by her husband of 43 years, the love of her life Raymond Sanguinetti, mother Lorraine Davidson, brother Bobby Davidson and brother Michael (Shana) Davidson, her children whom she loved with all of her heart: Bill (Debra) Sanguinetti, Jim (Jessica) Sanguinetti, Kristin (Rob) Sanguinetti and Tom (Krissy) Sanguinetti, and had many beloved nieces and nephews – for whom she held a special place in her heart.
Dawn was a proud MeMe to her five grandchildren (with one on the way) whom she loved beyond words: Reagan Sanguinetti, Ben Sanguinetti, Aimee Sanguinetti, Jacob Sanguinetti and Cecilia Sanguinetti.
Dawn was predeceased by her father Robert Davidson, brother Billy Davidson, sister Lorrie Coyne and father-in-law Raymond Sanguinetti.
Dawn spent her childhood in the Atlantic Highlands and was a graduate of Middletown High School South’s class of 1977. On May 24, 1980, Dawn married Ray Sanguinetti -- beginning a 43-year-love story complete with the purchase of their Lanoka Harbor home where they raised their four beautiful children, and which became a warm and welcoming gathering place for countless faces including friends, extended family and, of course, their grandchildren. More than a devoted wife and mother, Dawn was best known as MeMe to the grandchildren who brought her immense joy and filled her heart with love in her final years.
A true kid at heart, Dawn’s spirit was full of life and laughter and is something those who knew her will cherish forever.
It was on the beach where Dawn felt right at home, spending many trips collecting seashells with her children and sitting under the sun with her husband. It is on the breezy shores amidst the soft sand and the salt air, counting the waves one-by-one that we will remember Dawn forever.
Memorial services for Dawn will be held at Layton Funeral Home in Forked River, NJ, on July 10 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to be made to the American Heart & Lung Association to benefit research for COPD