Dawn Stewart Obituary, Death, Dawn Stewart has passed away

Dawn Stewart Obituary, Death, Dawn Stewart has passed away


Dawn Stewart Obituary, Death – We regret to inform you of the death of Dawn Stewart of Eagle Eye Farm in River Falls, Wisconsin. Dawn became ill in the middle of April while attending an alpaca show in Michigan. Dawn did things her way, having the trailer drop her off at the doctor’s office on the way into town. Despite her best attempts and multiple interventions, she died quietly with Kerri by her side, knowing she was loved by her family and friends.
Dawn and Kerri tied the knot in 2012. It has been stated that when the two of them were on the same page, nothing was impossible. They were inseparable. Dawn and Kerri decided to relocate to Duluth, Minnesota, after working in health care for 32 years in St. Louis, Missouri. It was here that they established Eagle Eye Farm, an alpaca farm. Dawn had a vision for the farm that included agritourism, so they relocated to River Falls, Wisconsin, in 2019 to be closer to the Twin Cities.
Dawn was devoted to her animals! She discovered her true calling at Eagle Eye Farm. She expanded the farm to 110 animals, which included alpacas, llamas, kune kune pigs, Valais Blacknose sheep, small Highland cattle, English Angora bunnies, and a variety of poultry. We’re just getting started with newborn season, which she adored. Dawn felt a strong bond with the animals. She was a natural in the show ring, and she led Eagle Eye Farm to be named the number one farm in the USA in the small division by the AOA in 2022. Going Fur Gold, a National Geographic Wild project in 2023, also included her and Kerri. Dawn was ecstatic about the farm and everything she/we had accomplished – transforming an abandoned piece of land into a thriving and extremely active award-winning alpaca farm, performing the most of the work herself and overseeing every project.
Dawn is survived by her loving wife, Kerri Harting, two stepchildren (Tucker and Berkli), sisters Dana (Jennie) and Donna, brother Clay (Sue), niece Kristin (Lukas Sr.), nephew Tim, great-nephew Lukas Jr., Mother-in-law Kathy, brother-in-law Brent, farm family (Mitch, Nikki, Cain, Taylor, Tyler, Teegan, Jenna), and numerous friends. She will be remembered for her love of animals, quick wit, fierce independence, and loyalty to her family. Her mother Audrey, father Clay, aunt Nadine, and father-in-law Rich preceded her in death.
Dawn will be honoured at a private event.

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