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Dawn Elaine Seibel

Dawn Elaine Seibel, age 65, was taken to the eter­nal glo­ries of heaven by her lov­ing Sav­ior Jesus on Oc­to­ber 16, 2021, at UW-Hos­pi­tal in Madi­son after many years of bat­tling a va­ri­ety of au­toim­mune dis­eases.
Dawn was born July 29, 1956, in Brownsville, to John Sr. and Elaine (Jesse) Muent­ner. She was born again of water and the Word in Holy Bap­tism on Oc­to­ber 28, 1956. Dawn was brought up in the faith at Trin­ity United Methodist Church, Lomira, where she de­clared the con­fir­ma­tion of her faith in Jesus in May of 1970. She de­clared the con­fir­ma­tion of her faith again on March 4, 1979, at Faith Lutheran Church, Fond du Lac.
She grad­u­ated from Lomira High School in May 1974 and from Moraine Park Tech­ni­cal Col­lege Cos­me­tol­ogy Pro­gram in July of 1975. She worked at / man­aged sev­eral beauty sa­lons prior to her chil­dren being born. Then she be­came a full-time mom for 10 years. After that she worked as a teacher’s aide and a bank teller until her health no longer al­lowed her to work.
Dawn mar­ried David Seibel on June 17, 1978. God blessed their mar­riage with two chil­dren. She was ac­tive serv­ing in Ladies Aid and singing in the choir at Im­manuel Lutheran Church for many years. After re­turn­ing to Faith Lutheran Church, she served in Ladies of Faith and sang in the choir.
In No­vem­ber of 2012, God blessed her with the gift of life – an organ do­na­tion – that al­lowed her to re­main on this earth serv­ing God and her fam­ily for al­most nine more years. Dawn and her fam­ily are for­ever thank­ful for this gift from God and the donor fam­ily. Dur­ing those years, God blessed her with two grand­chil­dren. She cher­ished every mo­ment she was able to spend with them.
Dawn en­joyed trav­el­ing, cook­ing, sewing, flower gar­den­ing, Bible Class, singing in Choir, and spend­ing time at any lake. She dearly loved hear­ing the lit­tle ones sing in church with much en­thu­si­asm the sim­ple Gospel mes­sage. She was a won­der­ful Chris­t­ian wife, mother, and grand­mother and loved spend­ing time with and en­cour­ag­ing her chil­dren and grand­chil­dren.
Dawn is sur­vived by her hus­band, David, of Camp­bell­sport; her chil­dren, An­drew (Jackie) of Ply­mouth and Kather­ine of Madi­son; her sib­lings: John Jr. of Brownsville, Faye (Wayde) Beck of Theresa, and Dan (Lori) of Fond du Lac; her grand­chil­dren, Anna and Leo; her broth­ers-in law: Gary (Amy) of Mequon and Brian (Jean) of Grafton; her three God-daugh­ters: Lind­sey, Ellen and Kasey; and cousins, nieces, and nephews.
She was pre­ceded in death by her par­ents, John Sr. and Elaine Muent­ner.
The fam­ily wishes to thank the count­less doc­tors, nurses, and staff of the UW-Hos­pi­tal & Clin­ics for all their kind, gen­tle and com­pas­sion­ate care over the last 15 years. They also wish to ex­press thanks to the doc­tors, nurses, and staff of SSM / Ag­ne­sian of Fond du Lac who pro­vided care for Dawn.
Fu­neral ser­vices for Dawn will be held Sat­ur­day, Oc­to­ber 30, 2021, at 11:30 a.m. at Faith Lutheran Church, 55 Prairie Road, Fond du Lac. Vis­i­ta­tion will begin at 10:30 a.m.
In lieu of flow­ers, do­na­tions can be di­rected to: Faith Lutheran Church – Fu­ture Foun­da­tions, Win­nebago Lutheran Acad­emy – For­ward in Faith, or Our UW Health Trans­plant Fund #112906663 https://​se­cure.​sup­por­tuw.​org/​give/.
Myrhum-Pat­ten Fu­neral & Cre­ma­tion Ser­vice has been en­trusted with Dawn’s arrange­ments. Please con­sider sign­ing our on­line guest book (www.​myrhum-​pat­ten.​com) to share your con­do­lences with the fam­ily.