Ann M Dawson-Baker

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Ann M. Dawson Baker, 47, formerly of Westport, IN died on August 7th, 2019 at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center in Fort Walton Beach Florida.
Born October 2, 1971 in Rushville, IN she was the daughter of Harry and Susan (Clemons) Dawson. She was a 1990 graduate of South Decatur Junior/Senior High School,
Ann and her family moved to Oshkosh, Wisconsin in 2007 where she pursued a career as a barber. They then relocated to Fort Walton Beach, Florida in 2014.
Survivors include her husband Dennis Baker of Fort Walton Beach, son Andrew Dawson of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, son Sean Baker of Fort Walton Beach, and a daughter Allison (Parker) Bloosy of Pensacola, Florida. She is also survived by Tobias Osebold from Germany who affectionately referred to her as Mom Mom Other survivors include her aunts and uncles Tom and Marty Ogden, Jeff and Barb Clemons, niece Elena Dawson, and cousin Scott (Natasha) Ogden.
She was preceded in death by her father Harry Dawson, her mother Susan Dawson and her brother Erin Dawson.
Memorial contributions can be made to the American Cancer Society.
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Published on August 21, 2019
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Dawn Malone-Huffman
Aug 21, 2019
My deepest condolences. Knew her, Erin and their mother Susan from Tralan Drive in Greensburg. May God bring you strength and wisdom through the dark hours.

-Dawn (deaf neighbor from Tralan Drive)
Jeff Clemons, Uncle
Aug 21, 2019
Annie, you were always more of a sister than a niece to me. You will never be forgotten. I could never swing you high enough on Dad's (Grandpa's) swing set which he made out of old Railroad parts. I guess you were always a "have-no-fear" sort of child. When it came to fighting your cancer, you showed very little fear in your struggle against that which would eventually take your life. Good-bye my courageous Annie-D.