Lane; Dawn Louise, age 64, of Hunts Point, formerly of Mount Uniacke, passed away peacefully on Friday, February 3, 2023 in Queens General Hospital, Liverpool, with her loving family by her side.
Born in Halifax, Dawn was a daughter of the late Richard and Joyce (Stewart) Seaboyer.
Dawn loved her family deeply and devoted her life to caring for them. She worked as a bookkeeper in her younger days before becoming a fulltime mother to Steven. Music played a large role in Dawn’s life. She and her sisters used to sing harmony together growing up and later she enjoyed singing country gospel music at various churches and nursing homes with Mitchell and Steven. She also enjoyed painting and playing cards, especially 45’s. Dawn will be remembered by all who knew her for her dry sense of humor and her quick wit. She had a happy life and was grateful for the many friendships she made along the way. Once you became friends with Dawn you were friends for life. She was truly one of a kind and will be greatly missed.
Dawn is survived by her loving husband, Mitchell and her son, Steven Lane (Caleb Nickerson) of Yarmouth.
Besides her parents, Dawn was predeceased by sisters, Marilynn, Darlene and a brother, Rick.
Cremation has taken place under the direction of Chandlers’ Funeral Service, Liverpool. A private family service will be held at a later date. No flowers by request. Donations may be made to Dykeland Lodge, Windsor, Nova Scotia. To share memories or condolences, please visit www.chandlersfuneral.com
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To Mitchell and Steven. Bob and I are so sorry to learn of your loss. Please know we are
thinking of both of you. Dawn was my friend across the road and I will miss her. I have been missing her . Love Cheryl and Bob.
Honourable Kim Masland, MLA Queens
To Dawn’s Family and Friends,
Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. My thoughts are with you during this very difficult time.
Steven I am so very sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. My sincere condolences to you and your family. Natasha Hughes
This is so sad to hear please know I am thinking of you all through this very difficult time – I knew Dawn as well as her mom Joyce and sister Darlene very well and guaranteed you would be into a full belly laugh with these 3 around – huggggs
My deepest sympathy to you, Mitch and family. You are in my thoughts at this sad time.
Steven, I am so sorry to read this. Your mother was wonderful volunteer for many years at the school. She helped me several times when I needed volunteers as I’m sure you remember. Keep all your good memories close to your heart. Hugs
Sending sincere sympathy and prayers to Mitchell and Steven.
Susan and Jillian Theriault
Mitchell and Steven,
We are deeply saddened to hear about Dawn’s passing. She was a wonderful neighbour for many years and we have lots of happy memories of her and the whole Seaboyer family. She will be missed, and we are sending our love and condolences to you at this time of sorrow.
Susan and Jillian
Mitchell & family,
I was so sorry to hear this sad news about Dawn. Sending condolences to all.
Jean and Wayne Trask
Mitchel and Steven, please accept our sincere condolences. We are so very sorry for your loss..We didn’t know Dawn very well,but I know your good memories will get you through this hard time and keep her in your hearts.Hugs Jean and Wayne
My most sincere condolences to Steven and husband, Mitchell.
Dawn was always so much fun to be around. Her sense of humour and kindness will never be forgotten.
I am so greatful that I got to meet her. And when we did…it amazed me of how many mutual friends we had. She even knew my parents.
She lives on through you, Steven….with the same sense of humour and your infectious smile.
During this most difficult time…..I pray you find a little comfort from the many amazing memories you experienced with her.
Steven, I am so very sorry for the loss of your mother. I knew her well from your many years at Uniacke District. She did so love you and was in your corner whenever you needed her. Your mom was very supportive of all our activities at UDS. You have such wonderful memories of your mom and I know they will comfort you. It is wonderful to be so loved. Please give your father my condolences.
So sorry to hear about Dawns’ passing. Know it must be very difficult for you. With pleasant memories of years gone by
hope they will help ease your sorrow at this sad and difficult time. May God bless you Mitchell, Steven and Gertrude.
With our deepest and sincerest sympathy.
Judy and Bev (Lively)
Debby and Bruce Shaw
So sorry to hear this, Mitchell.
I heard you and Dawn sing at the church in the Village, you were so good together.
Mitchell and Steven,
So sorry for the loss of your wife/momma, she truely was a wonderful women with a huge heart to those close to her for sure. Cutting her hair for all those yrs was so fun.. we shared rears and many laughs. She has been missed by me for sure since she’s moved away from the community, knowing she is pasted on has been heavy she will for sure be missed even more.. till we meet again my friend Dawn! Keep all your memories close to your heart it will certainly give u both comfort.. she loved u both with her whole being.. our deepest condolences.
Ryan and Annette Penny
Mitchell and Steven, also the Lane and Seaboyer families, We are so sorry for your loss. Dawn was always very nice, and loved her family dearly. I used to enjoy my chats with her, when she and Mitchel were in town, and her and Steven were out for a walk. Such a treat when doing errands, to talk and enjoy Dawn’s sense of humour. Buddy and I send our condolences and may your fondest memories help you through your grief.
Eric & Vicki Patton
So sorry for your loss. Sending our sincere condolences.
Eric & Vicki Patton