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Sean Dawson

Sean Dawson

(1990 – 2010)

  • For a true hero, may he rest in peace.
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Sean Dawson

Sean Dawson
(1990 – 2010)

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Sean Dawson

(1990 – 2010)
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About Sean
This is a tribute to Sean Dawson. Kingsman Sean Dawson from the 2nd Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment (2 LANCS) was killed in southern Afghanistan on Sunday, 14 February 2010.
Sean Dawson was born in Ashton-Under-Lyne, Manchester on 28th December 1990. He attended the Army Training Regiment Bassingbourne, before completing his basic training at the Infantry Training Centre Catterick in August 2008.
Sean joined the 2nd Battalion, The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment 'Lions of England' in September 2008 and served in Catterick and Cyprus.
Kingsman Sean Dawson leaves behind his father Sean, his mother Karen, his brothers Jack and James and sisters Anna, Danielle and Summer, and his girlfriend
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Sadie.
His father, Mr Sean Dawson, paid the following tribute on behalf of the family:
"Even as young as six Sean wanted to join the Army and later joined the local Army Cadet Force in Stalybridge becoming a Cadet Sergeant before joining the regular Army. He loved everything about the Army – it was his life.
"Before he went to Afghanistan he took part in the Battalion Boxing Championships in Cyprus and won the Light Welterweight title as well as the prize for the 'Most Courageous Fighter' – that was Sean. He believed in everything he was doing in Afghanistan and even though he was apprehensive, he couldn't wait to get out there.
"He was a normal young man who enjoyed a pint with
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his mates and spending time with the younger members of the family. He was kind-hearted and thought about everyone before himself.
"I cannot put into words the hole he is going to leave behind in the lives of everyone who knew him. His immediate family and girlfriend Sadie loved him dearly and he will always be in our hearts."
This is an online memorial dedicated to the memory of Sean Dawson. He died a hero and his sacrifice will not be forgotten. May he rest in peace.
Remembrance Messages
On 22nd Feb 2010
Samantha Shaw
wrote:
Sean .. still cant believe you have gone hun , ill never forget the day i first met you we became instant friends even after i shouted at you for pretending that you thought my bedroom was the bathroom haha . I really am going to miss you soooo much i cant seem to get my head around the fact you wont walk through the fox tavern doors shoutin civi at me lol .We shared some fond memories together hunni , ive finished your calender darling and when it arrives
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Samantha Shaw
message continued:
im going to hang it with pride sweetheart . I hope you looked down on all your friends with pride on friday was truly beautiful and what an honour it was for your family to be there with us x I tried tequila for you and my word no wonder you ran to the toilet after one of those you crazy person haha . Tell you something i think im going to find your funeral so hard :-( hopefully youll be there in spirit holding my hand keeping me strong x Miss you my beautiful friend
Luv u hunni sleeptight now and when its my
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Samantha Shaw
message continued:
time i exspect you to be waiting with my white wine and quavers xx <3
Lots of love samantha xxx
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For a true hero, may he rest in peace.
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Sean Dawson

This is a tribute to Sean Dawson. Kingsman Sean Dawson from the 2nd Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment (2 LANCS) was killed in southern Afghanistan on Sunday, 14 February 2010.
Sean Dawson was born in Ashton-Under-Lyne, Manchester on 28th December 1990. He attended the Army Training Regiment Bassingbourne, before completing his basic training at the Infantry Training Centre Catterick in August 2008.
Sean joined the 2nd Battalion, The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment 'Lions of England' in September 2008 and served in Catterick and Cyprus.
Kingsman Sean Dawson leaves behind his father Sean, his mother Karen, his brothers Jack and James and sisters Anna, Danielle and Summer, and his girlfriend...

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