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Dawn (84) was a world-renowned ballet teacher and choreographer who dedicated six decades to dance, having started teaching ballet when she was just 15 years old. She was also involved and tap dancing and the Taranaki operatic society performances and was a major examiner for the Royal Academy locally and internationally. She retired from teaching in 2005 and is survived by three sons.

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