Dawn L. Goodmuth, 67, nurse, dance instructor

THE BALTIMORE SUN

Dawn L. Goodmuth, a licensed practical nurse, died of respiratory failure Aug. 17 at her home in Selbyville, Del. She was 67.

Born and raised in Baltimore, Ms. Goodmuth trained at South Baltimore General Hospital, now known as Harbor Hospital. She worked at the former Church Home and Hospital and at several nursing homes in Baltimore. After moving to Selbyville in the early 1990s, she continued nursing, doing private-duty work with senior citizens.

While raising her family in Baltimore, she enjoyed competitive roller skating and bowling, and was an accomplished dancer who taught at the Doralynn Dance Studio in Parkville.

A memorial service will be at 4 p.m. Saturday at Fallston United Methodist Church, 1503 Fallston Road.

Survivors include a son, Randall Disharoon of Charleston, S.C.; four daughters, Paula Elms of Reisterstown, Kim Smith of Lakeland, Fla., Laurie Price and Shelley Disharoon, both of Bel Air; and eight grandchildren.

Previous marriages to Norman Dubner and William Disharoon ended in divorce.

Dawn L. Goodmuth: An obituary in Sunday's editions for Dawn L. Goodmuth omitted, in the list of survivors, her companion, Lena Gugliuzza of Selbyville, Del. Also, the name of the Dor-Lin Dance Studio, where she taught, was misspelled. The Sun regrets the errors.
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