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PA DAWN MOZINO: Missing from Wayne, PA - 22 May 1989 - Age 23

Discussion in 'Missing 1980 to 1989' started by Akoya, Aug 16, 2016.

  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Dawn Mozino's disappearance 30 years ago still haunts Main Line

    Dawn Mozino was 23 when she disappeared while waiting for a bus outside Bryn Mawr Hospital.

    The diminutive mentally disabled woman worked at the hospital in food services, said her sister, Cathy Mozino, in a recent interview.

    “We’re a very tight-knit family,” said Mozino, who is five years younger than her sister. “We’re all very close. Even though she’s been gone a long time, she is very much remembered. Dawn was an extremely kind person and a very, very happy person,” said Mozino.

    “I feel like you don’t meet people like her every day. She was a very trusting person, very kind and loving. She would go out of her way to help people. She loved to volunteer and went to church every week. She was the type of person we all should aspire to be … She is remembered in our family and talked about and thought about after 30 years of her being missing. She is very much loved.”

    Mozino remembers vividly that May 22, 1989, evening when they realized Dawn was missing.

    “The whole thing was like an out-of-body experience,” said Mozino. “Everything was happening around me.”

    “Back in the day we had answering machines,” said Mozino. “Her boyfriend had left multiple, multiple messages for her wondering why she didn’t show up for Special Olympics training at the YMCA.” Dawn was athletic and won numerous medals, including two gold medals in the Special Olympics.



    After all these years, Mozino realizes she is probably “never going to have an answer and you have to make peace with that.”

    At the memorial service for Dawn at the 25th anniversary of her disappearance, Mozino said, “The Mozinos don’t move on, we march on. Marching is hard work and we do it. We are a tightknit family. We are strong and that is what gets us through it.”

    MORE: https://www.delcotimes.com/dawn-moz...cle_29dbcb1b-39cb-5eab-9ec9-0d1fd8b648b9.html
     
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