Dawn O'Brien

Obituary of Dawn Elizabeth O'Brien

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Dawn Elizabeth O’Brien, 61, of Niles, passed away at her home on Wednesday, June 1, 2022.


Dawn was born on September 30, 1960, to the late E.T. and Joan Emily (Egan) Holliman.


After graduating from high school, Dawn went on to work a variety of jobs but was currently employed at Central Transportation. She enjoyed fishing, cooking, sharing a drink with friends as was always a very hard worker.


She was preceded in death by her parents, a great-grandson, Adonis and a brother, Thomas E. Holliman.


Dawn is survived by her children, Daryl O’Brien and Michael O’Brien, both of Niles; four grandchildren, Jacob, Olivia, Nicholas and Sarah; three great-grandchildren and another one on the way; siblings, Patricia (Thomas) Byrd-Holliman of Pembroke, Kentucky, Thomas (Gayle) Holliman of Hopkinsville, Kentucky and Robin Holliman of Georgia and many extended family members and close friends.


Funeral services were held privately by her family.


Condolences, photos, and memories may be left for the family at www.BrownFuneralHomeNiles.com.


Arrangements have been entrusted to Brown Funeral Home & Cremation Services, of Niles.

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