Dawn Lynn Pencek
January 27, 1968 - May 16, 2016
Dawn Lynn Pencek, age 48, of Newark, DE, passed away on Monday, May 16, 2016.
Dawn was born in Wilmington, DE on January 27, 1968. She made her career with the State of Delaware where she served as the Director of Quality Control, retiring in 2002.
For many years, Dawn was a loving mother figure to many of her daughter Savana’s friends. Her home was a welcoming place of warmth and acceptance and she freely gave of her time to make sure others were cared for. Dawn will be remembered as a devoted daughter, wife, mother, grandmother and dear friend to many. She will be deeply missed.
Dawn is survived by her mother, Jimmie (Reddell) Davies; loving husband, George W. Eaton; daughter, Savana Osborne (Dillan Pollard); stepdaughter, Sadie Funderburg (Justin); aunt, Mary Rehal; goddaughter, Victoria Malin; granddaughter, Lilly Funderburg; and many dear friends.
A funeral service will be held at 11:30 am on Monday morning, May 23, 2016, at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 121 West Park Place, Newark, DE, where a visitation will be held from 10 am until 11:30 am. Interment will follow in Gracelawn Memorial Park, 2220 N. DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE.
14 Condolences for Dawn Lynn Pencek
Dear George and Savanah,
Pat, Mallory and the hearts of our family go out to you. It is difficult to understand why God tests us sometimes but, try to focus on the happier times you had together. I hope that they will bring you comfort at this time.
Lisa Ann Knies-Wehner
She’s gone much too soon so sorry for your loss
I can’t believe she’s gone. She was one of the most amazing women I’ve ever known. I feel so fortunate to have experienced our many years of friendship. Thanks to FB, we’ve stayed in touch. What I regret, however, are the many, many exchanges making plans to get together “for real”, not via phone or FB messages. That never happened. My goodness, I wish I could have seen her and hugged her! I loved her so much. Those were my last words to her on our message feed. I am so glad for that. And Jimmie, I’m looking forward to seeing you again. You were always so awesome. XOXO
Thoughts and prayers to all Dawn’s family and beloved friends.
My deepest condolences go out to you and your family. I can only imagine the pain that you must be enduring. God knows your pain also and may he help to comfort you through friends and his word the Bible. Soon death will be no more and the tears associated with death will be a thing of the past. (Isaiah 25:8)
There are no words that I can say to take away your pain. I can only hope that your memories will help ease your sorrow. I know that I will always remember that huge Halloween party she threw for all the kids when you all lived in Shady Valley. I know Nikki sure loved spending time at your house and loved Dawn. May you find comfort in family and friends at this time. We love you.
I am totally stunned of this news ! ! !
I knew Dawn since 1995 when she was my supervisor at Work (State of DE). We were very close for many years. She retired IN 2002. She lived in my neighborhood down the street, and always invited me to stop by for gatherings.. What a wonderful loving and caring woman she was; we had a lot of fun sharing time and doing things, going places etc. I will miss her greatly ! ! !……
…. My deepest sympathy to to the family husband, daughter Savanah, and Jimmie, her mother whom I met when I came with Dawn to Lewis for a beach agenda some years ago. I am planning to come to the service.
Most sincere reaching out…………..DAVE CREW
Savana, George and Jimmie,
My heart is overwhelmed with sadnes over the loss of my dear friend and I will keep your family in my prayers. Dawn was an amazing woman with a heart of gold who was always there when needed. I have so many wonderful memories of our adventures together and will forever hold them close to my heart! Heaven has another Angel to look out for us and I know she will be a great one! She will be missed by me and many others!! XOXO
Dear George, I am so sorry! I can’t believe this, I just saw you and you said you were married, I was hoping to hang out and meet your wife someday, soon! I am so sorry, words cannot express. Please find comfort in knowing she has a new eternal home and watches over you every day.
So sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, GOD Bless. May she rest in peace.
I have not seen Dawn for years. We went to High School together. She was a great person and friend. Heaven just welcomed a new angel. God Bless
I was sorry to hear of Dawn’s passing she was a wonderful person to have as a friend. God Bless
Belinda and Lou Passmore
We send our deepest condolences and offer our heartfelt prayers… May the remembrance of your most cherished moments comfort you all during this difficult time. Sometimes we will never understand why things happen the way they do, just know that Dawn is always and forever at eternal peace.
Belinda and Lou