With profound sadness we announce the passing of Dawn Marie Dinsmore on Wednesday, April 29, 2020 following a short courageous fight with Colorectal Cancer at age 49.
Dawn was born in Lowell on March 9, 1971, a daughter of the late Stephen Dinsmore and Carole (Lynch) Dinsmore of Lowell who survives her.
She attended Lowell Schools and Newbury College in Boston, where she studied accounting.
Dawn worked for many years in the food service industry, holding various positions. At the time of her passing she worked as an inventory coordinator for RAS Logistics in Woburn.
Dawn enjoyed camping, sitting by the fire with her dog Tessie, friends and family laughing and telling stories. She looked forward to family vacations, especially cruising. Dawn loved to cook, play games and read. Most of all she loved and adored her children, they were her world.
This loving, caring and wonderful women has left a permanent mark etched on our hearts and will be dearly missed.
Although our hearts are heavy, we will celebrate her life and find comfort that she is in heaven watching over us with her father Stephen.
Surviving her besides her mother Carole, is the love of her life and soulmate Albert Reardon and their combined family of children. Four sons, Matthew Dinsmore and Ashley Brooke, Robert Cobin and Alice Lewey, Nicholas Reardon and Michaela Weis-Reardon and James Reardon; two daughters, Stephanie Cobin and Tristen Gray, and Michelle and Ryan Holmes; six grandchildren, Hannah, Lennox, Mason, Levi, Wesley and Olly; two sisters and brothers in law, Rachelle and Daniel Kaduboski, Shannon and Alvaro Gouveia; nieces and nephews, Ryan, Justin, RJ, Victoria, Alannah, Aiden, Eric, her goddaughter and niece Arianna; her lifelong best friends Jill MacGregor, Julia Rayball; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family.
Donations in Dawn's memory may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St Jude PL, Memphis, TN 38105-9959
Remote viewing of Dawn's Funeral Service on Tuesday, May 5th at 12:00PM can be seen at the link below: