Dawn Michelle Storey

Dawn Michelle Storey

December 22, 1970

September 11, 2009

Dawn Michelle Storey was born in Prineville, Oregon and died in Salem, Oregon unexpectedly on September 11, 2009 at the age of 38. Dawn enjoyed writing , playing the piano and singing, beginning at the early age of 4, belting out her rendition of “Please Don’t Take Your Love Away”! While in high school she was a member of Stayton High School’s Chanteclairs and Drama Club. After graduation she became a beautician in the Salem area. Dawn was currently attending Pioneer Pacific College to become a legal aide. Dawn viewed life with a creative eye and saw the good in everyone. She was always there to lend a hand. She is survived by her daughter, Natalie and sons, Abraham, Adam, and Christian; her parents, Eileen and Frank Storey; siblings, Chad and Elizabeth; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Dawn was preceded in death by her brother Robert.

Memorial Services will be Thursday, September 17, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. Weddle Funeral Chapel in Stayton, OR. there will be a gathering to celebrate Dawn’s life immediately following at the Foothills Church on Fern Ridge Road.

Arrangements by Weddle Funeral Services

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14 thoughts on “Dawn Michelle Storey”

  1. I went to High School with Dawn. Dawn was always very sweet and kind. My condolences to your family.

  2. Graduated with Dawn. She was very talented and was a true asset to the choir dept. Very sorry to hear of her passing. Our prayers are with each of you.

    Kimberly Moore Knox

  3. Dawn and I went to beauty school together 20 years ago. She also sang “Endless Love” at my wedding.I had not seen Dawn in many years but my heart goes out to her four children and family. She was a wonderful person and had a beautiful voice.

  4. Dear Dr. Frank and Eileen Storey

    The Stayton Lions Club wish to express our deepest sorrow upon learning about your loss. We are sending our prays and thoughts hoping you are holding up as best you can. Please know we join you in the loss of your daughter Dawn. May God walk beside you and your family in this time of sorrow.

    The Stayton Lions Club
    Jack Fiske

  5. Dear Dr. Frank and Eileen Storey

    Toni and I are so sad to learn of the tragedy in your family. We have no words that can help with your sorrow. Only to say we are very saddened. Please know Toni and I are praying for you and your family.
    Jack Fiske

  6. I went to school with Dawn as well (Was classmates with Robbie) She was always such a bright shining star. This loss is tragic, and I am so sorry to the Storey family, and to Dawn’s children, for your loss.

  7. I was Dawn’s neighbor for the last several months. The two things I learned about her were her sweet nature and her love for her children. My heart goes out to her family and especially her children, during this tragic time of loss. May she rest in peace in the arms of the angels. Amen.

  8. I also went to school and was in the choir with Dawn as well. Very sweet girl, well liked and enjoyable to be around. Remember her well on the choir tour to Canada. She will be missed.

  9. Dear Frank, and Eileen,
    I am so sorry to hear about Dawn! I just found out tonight, I called Nancy, if there is anything I can do, please call.
    Dawn was a good friend of mine!
    Dorothy
    P.S. You are in my prayers!
    Give the kids hugs for me, tell them I love them!

  10. Dear Frank, Eileen and Family:

    Please accept my most sincere and heartfelt sympathies at this time. What a huge loss for you and your family, and Dawn’s family. I remember Dawn when she was a young girl and was in a talent show at the Star Theatre, singing beautifully. I’m glad she was able to continue her singing.
    I send you wishes in the hope that you are all able to find the strength you need to cope with this tragic loss. You have gone through losing a child once; it doesn’t seem fair that you should have to go through it again. My heart goes out to all of you.

  11. I cannot believe she is deceased.

    Dawn helped me so many times over the past 5 years that I had known her, that I cannot believe her passing. It was too soon, it was not her time. My condolences to her family and her children, especially her beautiful daughter Natalie.

  12. Dear Storey Family,
    I learned of Dawn’s passing when my parents visited me last month in Utah where I live now. I wanted to send you my sincere sympathy. I can vividly remember Dawn through the years beginning with playing at Anjie Crow’s house to the Summer Circus performance to her singing her way through high school. Dawn always greeted me with a smile and I am grateful for that. May sweet memories comfort you and may peace be yours in time. I am so very sorry for your loss.

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