Dawn Lucien, the “First Lady” of Tacoma

So sorry to hear of her passing. What a loss to the community. – Roger Williams A very sad day. Dawn was simply amazing. – Craig Perry That news is very sad,  Dawn was a charter member of TWA.   I remember her at are very first meeting. She will be greatly missed. – Mike Jameson […]

So sorry to hear of her passing. What a loss to the community. – Roger Williams

A very sad day. Dawn was simply amazing. – Craig Perry

That news is very sad,  Dawn was a charter member of TWA.   I remember her at are very first meeting. She will be greatly missed. – Mike Jameson

It is with sadness in my heart that I tell you of Dawn Lucien’s passing. Dawn Lucien was truly the “First Lady” of Tacoma’s City Club, education and political scene.

Dawn was a founding member of Tacoma’s City Club and one of the primary moving forces behind the Club’s development and ongoing success.  She was devoted to education of students and citizens at all levels.  A moving force behind bringing UW to Tacoma,  she loved attending City Club meetings and helping put together meaningful programs to educate the membership.  She made sure that the club followed its nonpartisan mission to embrace different opinions and welcome diversity of thought.  Her inspiration and devotion to the City of Tacoma will be sorely missed. Dawn was a woman who could move mountains.  Her one unfulfilled desire was to see Mt. Rainier renamed Mt. Tahoma.  Perhaps we can work together to make that happen. – Jack Connelly

Links to other publications about Dawn Lucien: http://www.thenewstribune.com/news/local/article155577859.html

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