Obituaries

Harley Storm Combs

 

 

 

 

 

October 27, 2010

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August 31, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

Harley loved his Snake Pull toy and a Kong filled with peanut butter.  He enjoyed Stupid Dog, swimming, fetch and riding with Mom and Dad; who Harley also enjoyed sleeping with in their king size bed.  Harley liked everything, except Thunderstorms and Fireworks.  Harley Bug or HB, affectionately called by his family, will be greatly missed; first and foremost how Harley entered their lives Christmas Day, 2010, WOW!

Nash Fisher

11/14/2002 ~ 8/9/2017

Champion Beldachs' Nocturnal Nash

"...Say to yourselves with regret but also with happiness in your hearts at the remembrance of my long, happy life with you...here lies one who loved us dearly and whom was deeply loved".

Nash  produced 12 beautiful puppies who grew to be lovely adults, including :

          CH. Beldachs' Passionate Picasso

          CH. Beldachs' Persimmon Picasso, and

          International and American CH. Beldachs' Poetic Perry.

Lilly Fisher

 

 

 

 

9/14/2005

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4/5/2005

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
International and American Ch. Beldach's Poetic Perry, "Lilly"
 
          The Modest Rose puts forth a thorn,

          The humble sheep a threat’ning horn;

          While the Lily white shall in love delight,

          Nor a thorn nor a threat stain her beauty bright.

                    ~ William Blake

Sam Heflin

11/23/1999  ~ 6/29/2017

Though there is many memories of Sam, these are a few that mean the most to the Heflin family.

Sam loved to eat and get his belly scratched.  He would sit on his hind legs to receive a treat. Sam enjoyed playing with his stuff toy, Giraffe.  Most of all he loved his dad, Charles, and his mom, Connie; he especially liked to snuggle against them.

Sam will be missed, greatly.

Ally Phillips

Ally was born October 23, 2009 in Scotia, Nebraska.  We had recently lost our first child, Madison, and thought looking at all the kids would help.  We saw these two playing and that was it.  Ally was a little laid back and Bella strove for attention, but we couldn’t take one without the other.  They were inseparable, even in their mischievousness!

Gracie Hilderbrand

Our beloved pet's name was Gracie.  She, along with her sister Amy, was found on the beach in Panama City, Florida.  According to the vet, she had to have been born sometime around Hurricane Ivin, so Judy gave the dogs the birthday of August 11, 2004. Gracie is the beautiful dog on the right.

GOD brought us these two dogs to save our lives, to mend our health, and they did a wonderful job.

She left us on June 7, 2017 in Winchester, Virginia. She was 12 years, 10 months old.

Sunshine Hoke

April, 2007 – May 27, 2017

Tracy fell in love and rescued Sunshine in Spanish Fork, UT as a kitten.  Sunshine loved to wrestle with his mom while purring loudly.  Tracy says his purring will be missed most; she could hear him across the living room when she came home after work. 

Sunshine is survived by his mom, Tracy Hoke; grandma, Pat Hoke; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.  He was preceded in death by his stepmother, Renee; brother, Duke; and sister, Gabby

Kurbey Griffith

(Kurbey) Korbin Bernard Thumps Griffith

March 15, 2002 December 16, 2016

Kurbey was adopted by the Griffith family at 8 weeks old, outside Harrisonburg, VA.  He liked to play with chew and tug toys.  Kurbey knew how to unwrap presents and how to find Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups! 

Panzer Pete Robinson

10/08/2008  ~  05/25/2017

Panzer came into our life following the death of our previous Rotty, Tasman Devil.  Both Tas and Panzer were true Ambassadors for the breed.  Tassy died of cancer and couldn’t have been more different than Panzer - tho both brought plenty of love, laughter and fun into our lives.  Both dogs flew to Asia and touched many lives there - both were great traveling companions.  Panzer made the trip at 8 weeks and acted like a seasoned flyer.

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