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Crosby Gernant


Canine Crisis Response and USATV Search and Rescue


February 15, 2017

 

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 10 years

DOB: March 16, 2007 - DOD: February 15, 2017

Crosby, passed away in his home of complications from Cushing's Disease.

Canine Crisis Response and USATV Search and Rescue

Years of Service: December 7, 2007 - August 6, 2016
Pet Parent: Renea Gernant

Crosby was initially donated to the NOAH's Assistance Dog program and eventually transitioned into their crisis response team on which he served with his handlers from late 2007 until shortly before his death. Crosby was also trained in K-9 Search and Rescue and certified as a READ dog and Alliance of Therapy Dogs. As a working dog, Crosby provided mental health support to students and in classes and counseling offices at Concordia University and at Cloud County Community College. In addition, he deployed with the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army, Emergency Management agencies, the Lutheran Church, and other agencies to provide crisis mental health for dozens of critical incidents including tornadoes, floods, mass shootings, suicides, and accidents. When not working crisis situations, he visited nursing homes and hospitals and served as an assistant for presentations on crisis mental health, ADA and disability awareness, disaster services, and older adult services.

Crosby was deeply loved by "his" girl, Christine, and his human companions, Renea and Lisa.

He was preceded in death by his pack mate, Moses, and the cats who trained him as an adolescent, Sexy and Sarah. He is survived by pack canines, Sadie, Homer, and Scout, and felines, William and Rosie, as well as his "sister from another mister" and best playmate, Nestle.

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Services 


 Visitation:


Private Viewing Friday February 17, 2017, 4:30pm
Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center, 11718 W. Dodge Rd. Omaha, NE


Services:


No Service at this time

Mojo Blue Wood

Thursday, 14 September 2017

Mojo Blue resized small

Mojo Blue Wood


September 8, 2017

 

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Pet-bituary


10 Years

DOB: December 10 , 2006 - DOD: September 8, 2017

Mojo passed away quietly from complications of a Cerebrovascular Accident (Stroke).


Pet Parent: Ken Wood

Mojo was born December 10, 2006 to a litter of five puppies, at 12 weeks old Ken and Mojo locked eyes in a bond that would tie them together for life. Mojo became Ken's Heart Dog, his soul mate... Mojo and Ken would travel the United States doing shows and concerts. Mojo was an incredible stage dog laying up in front of drums, the roar of guitars and being by his dad's side at the microphone. Covering 38 States, Mojo experienced what many four legged friends never do. He even drank beer with Willy Nelson. He was the epitome of COOL. He always made people smile, he owned every bar and stage he walked into and on. Mojo lived life to the fullest, he gave nothing but happiness to this world. Mojo's mission in life was to give and show love to all. He inspired kindness, love, loyalty, honor, respect, trust but most of he gave the gift of friendship.

In 2013, Ken and Mojo became a part of an organization that would change their lives forever; Taysia Blue Siberian Husky and Malamute Rescue of Omaha NE. They both worked together in helping the rescue raise funds at events and fundraising. They fostered and help rehabilitate many husky's after poor living conditions and near death situations. Saving many lives, being part of something that gives so much happiness not only to humans, but to other four legged friends alike has been a dream come true, you could say mission accomplished!

Mojo passed away quietly on September 8, 2017 by his father's side. Today there is an empty space on the floor and an ache in hearts that just won't go away. Mojo touched lives all over and will be sorely missed by everyone that knew him. One thing is to be true, he will always be "Daddy's Boy."

Mojo is preceded in death by his Paw Sister Cody Jo. He is survived by Pet Parent Ken Wood and Paw Brother Cannoli of Omaha, NE

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Ken,

I am so sorry for your loss of Mojo. He was bigger than life and will never be forgotten. I'm sure he is wearing his silver harness proudly.

Lorrie Culp


Services


Visitation:


Family will be receiving Friends and Family

Sunday September 17, 2017,  5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

 Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center, 11718 W. Dodge Rd. Omaha, NE. 402-507-0585

 

Private Family Viewing scheduled after


Services:


No Services at this time

 

Andrew Shae McAllister Sloma

Saturday, 01 July 2017

Andy Sloma 1 resized

Andrew Shae McAllister-Sloma
June 30, 2017

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Pet-bituary

 


 

17 Years

DOB: July 19, 1999 - Became Family Member of Sloma Family: October 18, 2007 - DOD: June 30, 2017

Andy, passed away in his home due to kidney failure.
Pet Parents: Jan and John Sloma

Letter From Mom:

Andy,
From the moment I saw you, you STOLE my heart, that small tug and those legs when you held me tight. Once I held you in my arms you wouldn't let me go. Somehow you knew I was the one. Thank you for that Andy!! It changed our lives forever. I have to admit the first few days were rough. You were not sure if you could trust me. But once you realized that I was here to take care of you, you started to come out of your shell or should I say KENNEL. (Thinking back now I see that I was your ONE TRUE LOVE). You showed me what true love was. Your eyes were fixed on me always. You were always watching me and I loved having those eyes on me. You never left my side. I was the only one that you would ever get close to. I know you loved your Dad, but MOM was the one who had your heart. That really meant a lot to me and I will never forget the strong LOVE we have.
God had truly blessed me with a wonderful friend that I could take anywhere. Just don't leave me!! Or I will come and find you no matter what... That is a love I will never forget.

We have shared so many memories over the years.

My fondest memory is tiding in the care, you in the back seat smiling and looking out the window. After all you been in a mill kennel for 7 yrs. There was a lot of world to see.
 How about the first time you came when I called you (for cheese) of course...lol
  The first time you went to the dog park
   The first time you waged your tail!!
    The first time you volunteered to give me five for a treat.
     Our morning ritual rolling over and getting kisses and hugs
      All the times we went "Puppy Up" to get ready for our day.
       Or all the times you were silly running back and forth to you kennel while we were making food.

Andy, what I loved the most was your sense of humor... You always tried to make me laugh...
You were a good Dog. I know that was important to you. You never wanted me to go out of my way for you. But, I would do anything for you!! Our love was so special. I didn't know that I needed you in my life. My thought was to give you a good home and keep you safe. You have been one of the greatest blessings in my life. You were truly rescued to rescue me.
You have taught me so many things about GOD's LOVE and I know that was your purpose on earth. You fulfilled it well. I would like to say thanks for waiting all that time in horrible conditions to find your ONE TRUE LOVE. I am truly honored to be your MOM.

                                                                                                                         Now Go Andy...

Let your Heavenly Father take you "puppy up"
Enjoy your forever life and know that someday we will meet again and "puppy up"

I Love You Andy!
Your MOM

 

Andy is preceded in death by his Paw Sister Annie Sloma and Paw Brother Cody Sloma. He is survived by Pet Parents Jan and John Sloma , Paw Brothers Luke and Cooper Sloma all of Omaha, NE. Special Friends Suz, Dan Terry and Paw Friend Mindy of Omaha, NE.

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Services


Visitation:


Private Viewing Saturday July 1, 2017, 11:00 am

Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center, 11718 W. Dodge Rd. Omaha, NE

Funeral Service:


Private Services for Family
Monday July 3, 2017, 2:00 pm

Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center, 11718 W. Dodge Rd. Omaha, NE

Sadie Gernant

Saturday, 01 July 2017

Sadie Card Front

Sadie Gernant

Canine Crisis Response and Therapy Dog
February 2, 2017

 

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14 Years

DOB: January 4, 2003 - DOD: March 2, 2017

Sadie, passed away in her home after a 9 month battle with cancer.

Canine Crisis Response and Therapy Dog

Pet Parent: Renea Gernant

Sadie was rescued through the Nebraska Humane Society in Omaha and trained to become a Canine Crisis Response dog serving with NOAH's Dogs of Nebraska. Sadie was also certified as a READ dog and with the Alliance of Therapy Dogs. As a working dog, Sadie provided mental health support to students and in classes and the counseling office at Concordia University. In addition, she deployed with the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army, Emergency Management agencies, the Lutheran Church, and other agencies to provide crisis mental health for dozens of critical incidents including tornadoes, floods, mass shootings, suicides, and accidents. Her work in crisis response during Hurricane Rita, the Omaha Mall Shooting, and the Northern Illinois University shooting earned her the Cornhusker Chapter of the American Red Cross's Animal Hero Award. When not working crisis situations, she visited nursing homes and hospitals and served as an assistant for presentations on crisis mental health and was a demonstration dog and master trainer for obedience classes at NOAH's Dogs in Crete, NE.

Sadie was deeply loved by her lifetime playmate, Christine, and her human companions, Lisa and Renea. She was preceded in death by her pack mates, Crosby and Moses, and the cats she mothered, Sexy and Sarah. She is survived by pack canines, Homer, and Scout, and felines, William and Rosie, as well as her fellow crisis team matriarch, Nestle.

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Services



Visitation:


Private Viewing Friday March 3, 2017
Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center, 11718 W. Dodge Rd. Omaha, NE


Services:


No Service at this time

K-9 Kuba, U.S. Border Patrol Officer

Monday, 12 December 2016

Kuba Fernandez

K-9 Kuba U.S. Border Patrol Officer (retired)


Department of Homeland Security
Bureau of Customs and Border Protection
U.S. Border Patrol

 

December 7 , 2016


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Paws To Angels has created a Memorial Photo for the community to come in and sign to show Honor to K-9 Kuba and Support for the handler and family. You may stop in during the center's business hours
M-F 10:00 am - 6:00 pm at 11718 W. Dodge Rd. Omaha NE 68154
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Pet-bituary


10 years

DOB: July 28, 2006 - DOD: December 7, 2016

Years of Service: December 12, 2007 - January 22, 2016

K-9 Kuba passed at age 10 years from unknown causes peacefully at home

Kuba was part of the Arizona Border Patrol K9 Program with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, a critical piece of the Department of Homeland Security. He and the other dogs in the program detect and help seize controlled substances and other contraband, while apprehending persons who attempt the transport of these items.
Kuba, who was born July 28, 2006, was assigned to BPA (Border Patrol Agent) Jorge Fernandez December 12, 2007. As a K9 Border Patrol Agent, he and his handler, confiscated thousands of dollars worth of drugs and arrested several hundred people. Kuba retired on January 22, 2016 living with Jorge, and wife Emily. K-9 Kuba peacefully passed away at his home on Wednesday, December 7, 2016.


In BPA Fernandez own words about home life with K9 Kuba:


The first time I saw Kuba at the National Canine Facility in El Paso, Texas, the first thing that came into my mind was, "That's a big dog." Compared to the other dogs in our class, Kuba was a pretty big dog. But he was what we called a "hammer". He had a good nose and was a hard worker. He knew what he had to do in order to receive his reward and he loved to play tug of war. Outside of work, Kuba knew he was just a dog and acted as such. He loved to play, he especially loved to play catch or keep away. Kuba had a strong pack drive. He welcomed new members to the pack and if it was a dog, he would show that dog that he was the alpha dog. At work he enjoyed being around and working with other people. He loved climbing mountains and walking trails. He loved to chase the rabbits, lizards, and mice that roamed the desert. He once caught a mouse and he pranced around feeling proud of himself. Afterwards he put the mouse down and when he realized it was dead he just walked away.
Off duty, Kuba had a very calm and mellow temperament. He never chased or harmed Biju, my wife's cat, nor did he want any trouble with her. After working for a little over 8 years, Kuba retired from service. He was considered one of the best canines in the canine program and his statistics and work ethics, proved it. Although retired, Kuba hated staying home. Kuba didn't like staying home not being able to hang out with me 10 plus hours of work running around in the desert.

Condolences


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Paws To Angels has created a Memorial Photo for the community to come in and sign to show Honor to K-9 Kuba and Support for the handler and family. You may stop in during the center's business hours
M-F 10:00 am - 6:00 pm at 11718 W. Dodge Rd. Omaha NE 68154
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Services


December 9, 2016, 2:00 pm

Private - Immediate Family Only

Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center , 11718 W. Dodge Rd. Omaha NE 68154

Shadow

Sunday, 03 April 2016

CroppedPhoto, Courtesy of Bunker Shots Photography

Shadow
Taysia Blue Siberian Husky & Malamute Rescue
March 31, 2016

 

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Pet-bituary


9 years

DOB: Unknown - Rescued: January 2, 2015 - DOD: March 31, 2016

Shadow passed at age 9 years from Prostate Cancer

Foster Parent: Angela Ryba

Shadow, known as "The Big Guy" began his life being bounced around from place to place, he found his way into rescue with Taysia Blue Siberian Husky & Malamute Rescue on January 2, 2015 where he joined his first foster parent Matt Gugat. Shadow then made his way to his permanent foster Angela Ryba in January 2015. With time, lots of love, Shadow learned to love and trust that he would never be alone again. Angela cared and loved Shadow as if he were her own and in rescue Shadow was considered Angela's boy.
Shadow, although very independent, he loved children and had a magical way with them. He enjoyed car rides, long walks, treats; food in general and his toys which he cared for as his babies. When it came to his toys he would cuddle them, carry them around the house and sleep with them, never to chew up or play rough with them. Shadow being one of nicest, sweetest dogs with a gentle soul he was not a fan of kisses or hugs.


In June of 2015, Shadow was diagnosed with a terminal form of Prostate Cancer, life expectancy would be under a year. Angela vowing to make Shadow's time left full of comfort and happiness, taking him everywhere with her, including work. Angela and Shadow became inseparable. In late fall of 2015 Shadow became an ambassador dog for Puppy Up Omaha ( a national nonprofit organization that supports research and helps fund comparative oncology in humans and K9's with 2-mile walks in cities all over America.) Shadow and Angela wanted to give a face to cancer, help build awareness and raise funds to help promote research with this horrible disease that affects all of us.

Shadow is survived by Foster Parent: Angela Ryba, Paw Foster Family Member: Cookie, Taysia Blue Siberian Husky & Malamute Rescue Family, and many Rescued Siberian Husky & Malamutes who came before him , those who will follow to find Forever Homes and the Omaha NE Puppy Up Family.

Proceeded in death by the many animals that never made it out of puppy mills, the abused and neglected. Those humans and animals alike that lost their battle with cancer.

 

 

Memorial Donations


 

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Services



Visitation:


Family and Taysia Blue Family will be receiving friends Wednesday April 6, 2016, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

at Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center, 11718 W. Dodge Rd. Omaha, NE

 

Funeral Service:


No Service at this time

K-9 Officer General , OPD

Saturday, 15 August 2015

k 9 Officer General 2015

K-9 Officer General

Omaha Police Narcotics Unit

August 6, 2015

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Pet-bituary


15 years

DOB:  2000 - DOD: August 6, 2015

K-9 Officer General passed at age 15 years from old age

K-9 Officer General, an English Springer Spaniel who started his journey in life as a hunting dog, he then went to Rudy Drexler School for Dogs in Elkhart IN; training in Substance Detection for Narcotics.  This was when Officer Gary Kula trained with him. K-9 Officer General was brought back to Omaha in 2002 where he continued to work and live with Officer Kula for many years. In 2007, Officer Bob Laney took over handling K-9 Officer General until K-9 Officer General's retirement in 2010. Officer Laney  and his family cared for K-9 Officer General in their home until his death on August 6, 2015.

During K-9 Officer General's service with the Omaha Police Department he was a dedicated Officer who worked as an "undercover" narcotics detection canine. Over the years multiple search warrants were issued in state and the federal courts resulting  in the seizure of large quantities of illegal narcotics.

K-9 Officer General is survived by The Omaha Police Department Family and Community of Omaha

 

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Services


Private

Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center

Niko

Friday, 24 July 2015

 

Niko Popp 2015

NIKO (Nurse) POPP

July 22, 2015

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Pet-bituary

 


 

11 years,  0 months,  7 days

DOB: July 15, 2004 - Gotcha: July 22,2007 - Adopted: July 31, 2007 - DOD:  July 22, 2015

Family Member of Lynne & Steven Popp

Niko entered into Hospice Care June 11, 2015 under the care of Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center to live out his days in the comfort and care of his home and his family, he passed away July 22, 2015 from Liver Cancer at home in loving arms of his pet parents , transitioned under the care of Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center 

Niko, a Yorkshire Terrier was born July 15, 2004, adopted by Steve and Lynne Popp of Omaha, NE, with his paw brother  Gizmo, on July 31, 2007, through Westie Rescue of Missouri.

Niko, was the Popp's  faithful, loving boy for 8 years till the day he went to heaven. He was a bundle of energy and loved running in his backyard with his brother Gizmo (Gizzie), later with Buster Brownie and Sophie Rose. He loved to run up and down the fence line barking at anyone going by their house. Niko and Gizzie kept all birds and rabbits out of our yard. After moving  to their new house, Niko and Buster Brownie protected their yard from squirrels, turkeys, all types of birds, rabbits, deer, and the neighbor's cat. Until Niko became ill, he never turned down a walk. He also loved car rides.

Niko was Mommy's boy. He protected, comforted, and took care of her to the end. Even though he was her boy, Niko loved his walks, car rides, and special late night times with Daddy. However, he was assertive and would let Lynne and Steven know what he wanted when they would leave, Niko was always at the laundry room door wagging his tail greeting them when they came home.

Niko greeted everyone who visited and exuberantly let them know he was happy to see them. He was gifted with a few traits, for example, before drinking he would stop and bow (like he was praying) then drink. Another gift he was not trained to do was singing along with Daddy when he was blowing the shofar. When Lynne was holding Niko, just before he left them, his ears perked up when  he heard his last shofar blast.

"He was "Our Little Man" as the blanket  that will be used to cover him in rest says. Niko left an indeligible impression on our hearts. He will be buried next to Gizmo, their spirits are running and playing in heaven now. Rest in peace, dear little boy, we love you, and thank Abba for letting us take care of you, and love you. Thank You Niko for sharing your unconditional love with us." - Lynne & Steven Popp

Niko is survived by Pet Parents: Lynne and Steven Popp,  Paw Family Members: Buster Brownie and Sophie Rose, all of Omaha, NE

Proceeded in death by Paw Sisters: Precious Pearl and Muffin Pearl and Paw Brothers: Gizmo and Squirt

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Services

 


 

Visitation:

Private at Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center, 11718 W. Dodge Rd. Omaha, NE

Service:

Graveside Service and Internment assisted by Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center                                                    

at Rolling Acres Pet Cemetery, Lincoln NE

Monday, July 27, 2015, 10:30am

Doll

Thursday, 25 June 2015

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JUNE 11, 2015
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Pet-bituary


8 years, 5 months, 10 days

DOB: January 21, 2007 - Gotcha: June 13, 2013 - DOD: June 11, 2015

Family Member of Cherie Fry

Doll passed away at home unexpectedly, believed to be from natural causes

Doll, a Papillon was born January 21, 2007 in Beatrice Nebraska. Doll; born Daisy spent the first six years of her life with a family that loved her , because of family circumstances and out of concern for Doll's safety the family chose to re - home her. Doll came into Cherie's life on June 13, 2013 where she began a new life in a safe environment surrounded by love. She joined her new home with paw sisters Mollie, Savanna, and Emmie, paw brother Paws and winged companion Trust and paw foster sister Penny. With lots of activity in the home the first few days were a difficult adjustment for Doll but in no time she started to fit in. Mollie taught her to bark and talk when Cherie arrived home and of course she learned to beg for yummy treats. She enjoyed her one on one time where she liked to crawl around on her tummy and play tug of war with her toys.

Doll was pretty insecure about new places and people but was slowly starting to come out of her shell, she was very devoted to Cherie, following her everywhere and wanted nothing more than please. A tiny little girl who spoke her mind often and at times got even a little bossy with Paws the cat. She knew she was a pretty special little girl, deeply loved and spoiled to say the least. Cherie always referred to her as "my's perfect little pap."

Doll Baby is survived by Pet Parent: Cherie Fry, Special Family Friend: Greg Sexton, Paw Family Members: Emmie Kay, Savanna Lee, Hope Cherie, Paws Kailen, Garfield, and Cleya , Paw Friend: Emmett
all of Omaha, NE.
Proceeded in death by Paw Sisters Mollie May and Penny, Winged Sister Trust

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 May Doll find my Jay, run and jump for joy in rainbow heaven, waiting for the time they both will see us again.

       -  Dennis and Toby the cockalier and my new puppy Sally the Bichon Frise

Dear Cherie,

Words can never begin to say how my heart hurts for you......I know what a special place our furry friends can hold in our hearts. Know this has got to be a tough time for you. You are always so close to my heart in all you did for my Beloved Mickey.....tears still come easy when I think of him. You are in my thoughts and prayers......

       - Love, Sherry Granger

Services


Visitation:

Family will be receiving friends Saturday June 27, 2015, 10:30am at Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center, 11718 W. Dodge Rd. Omaha, NE

Service:

Celebration of Doll's Life, June 27, 2015 11:00am, at Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center, 11718 W. Dodge Rd. Omaha, NE

Luncheon:

Following Services

 

Mollie May "Bear"

Wednesday, 02 April 2014

mollie

MOLLIE MAY "BEAR"
February 26, 2014

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Pet-bituary


15 years, 11 months, 11 days

DOB: March 15, 1998 – DOD: February 26, 2014

Mollie passed away at home from Congestive Heart Failure on February 26, 2014

Mollie, a Chihuahua / Pekinese mix was born March 15, 1998 in a liter of 5 puppies. She and her sister Chadz (shades) were gifts to Marian Germain and Janna Fry on Mother’s Day 1998 from Cherie Fry. After Marian’s death two months later Chadz came to live with Cherie. Janna in her grief with the loss of her daughter and health issues could not care for Mollie, she rejoined her sister with Cherie in their home. It was not long and these two wonderful puppies had stolen Cherie’s heart, and became “Her Girls.” “We understood each other and spoke to each other from our hearts.  I was in theirs and they were in mine..”

Mollie was the rock that often held Cherie’s world together, Mollie made her laugh, supported her through the tears. When Mollie’s sister Chadz passed in 2009, Chadz became the inspiration behind Cherie’s mission to provide professional, respectful, and meaningful death care services to the Greater Omaha Community; While Mollie was the one who kept the inspiration going. It was looking in her eyes that said “Mom you’re making a difference and families need you, I need you”  Who would’ve thought an animal with four legs and fur could be a driving force in change, be a life’s mission?

Mollie always carried herself with grace; she was very social, loved people, but seemed at times to have a better then you attitude. She was emotionally strong, and inspirational. She could be stubborn and opinionated. Things were done her way or she wasn’t interested. She liked to go on walks, car rides, play, give kisses and cuddle. She was a talker and never afraid to make herself known. She loved the smell of flowers, especially in the spring when the roses were in bloom in the yard. She liked to often sit as lambs on her front knees. She had many nicknames such as Bear, Aunt Mollie, Cuddle Bear, Mollie May May, Molliebear, Missy Moo

Mollie is survived by Pet Parent: Cherie Fry, Special Family Friend: Greg Sexton, Nieces & Nephew: Emmie Kay, Sigourney May, and Tyke Jake, Family Pet Companions: Savanna Lee, Doll Baby, Paws Kailen, Garfield, & Cleya. All of Omaha, NE
Proceeded in death by sister: Chadz Ann, Pet Parent: Janna Fry, Family Pet Companions: Babe, & Trust


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Services


Visitation:

Family will be receiving friends Sunday April 13, 2014, 10:00am – 11:30am at Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center, 11718 W. Dodge Rd. Omaha NE

Service

Celebration of Angel, April 13, 11:30am, at Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center, 11718 W. Dodge Rd. Omaha NE
Luncheon: Following services

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Jack Wilson

Monday, 24 February 2014

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Jack Wilson
February 24, 2014

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Pet-bituary


17 years

Born: December 11, 1997 - Entered into Rest: February 24, 2014

I got Jack when he was three months old from breeder Nancy Armstrong in Minnesota. I also got Maggie from Nancy; Jack and Maggie had the same mom (Sidney). Nancy was going to keep him and show him, but she found out I had lost my cocker spaniel recently and reluctantly agreed to sell him to me. I only had female dogs before Jack, but she convinced me that her male dogs were even sweeter. Boy, was she right! Jack loved everyone, and everyone loved him. He was so joyful and funny.

Jack was obsessed with food, which I found out the first time I fed him. He practically dove into his bowl and food was flying everywhere. (Nancy forgot to mention that!!) Of course, Jack also loved treats. He even thought crushed ice was a treat and would often race to the refrigerator when someone was getting ice from the ice machine. He loved car rides and would go with me sometimes to run errands. At the First National Bank and Crane Coffee drive-through, he would get treats. Of course, every time we went to ANY drive-through, he EXPECTED to get a treat. The person at the window usually got a huge kick out of seeing Jack with half of his body out of the car window anxiously searching for his treat. When Maggie was with us, there were two golden's with their heads out the window anxiously searching for treats. Hilarious! A couple of weeks ago, I came into the kitchen and there was Jack with an empty dog food bag stuck on his head.

Jack loved to go on walks, which we did often. People driving by would actually stop their cars and tell me what a beautiful dog he was. (Of course, I already knew this but loved the fact that everyone else thought so, too.) Jack loved to chase squirrels and rabbits in the back yard. When he was a puppy, he actually caught a small squirrel. I didn't realize it until I saw the bushy tail hanging out of the side of his mouth. He was so proud!! He ignored my shouts of "no." I remembered that Nancy had taught him the "give" command very well. When I yelled "give," he dropped that squirrel and it hobbled away.

Jack absolutely LOVED squeaky toys. He was rarely without a toy or a ball in his mouth. I laughed every time he would prance around the house going "squeak, squeak, squeak, squeak, squeak." When I bought toys for all three dogs, he would steal them from the other two dogs while they weren't looking or wrestle them away from them. He would lay down far away from them and guard them with his paws. Although he was almost perfect in my eyes, he was very selfish when it came to his toys. He was always excited when I would come home with bags to see what new toys or treats I had bought for him.

Jack loved the agility training classes we took -- especially the treats. For some reason, he was terrified of the tunnel even when we shrunk it down to three feet and I was on the other end coaxing him to go through it. On testing day, I didn't know if he would go through it or not. Fortunately, it was in the middle of the routine and when I yelled "tunnel" he went right through. Although we didn't get 1st place, I was so proud of him.

Our cat, Charlie, thought Jack's fluffy tail was a great toy. Jack would usually take it in stride and just let Charlie play with it.

Our favorite nicknames for him were Jackson, Gorgeous, Sweet Pea, and Sweetness.
- Laurie Wilson

Survived By: Pet Parents – Laurie Wilson & Kevin Hardy, Pet Siblings – Honey, Charlie,
Pet Companion friends: Lucy and Louie

Proceeded in Death By: Pet Siblings – (half sister) Maggie, Mozart, Gus, and Patch


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Visitation:

Date and time: Private
Location: Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center

Service

Date and time: March 1, 2014 11:00PM
Location: Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center

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Jack Mohr

Monday, 01 October 2012

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Jack Mohr
October 14, 2012

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12 years

DOB: April 15, 1999 – DOD: October 14, 2012

The Life and Times of Jack Mohr

The Early Years
We got Jack from a family in LaVista. At the time, the family was exceptionally happy to see the last pup (Jack) leave, and we were so happy to receive him into our home. I spent my summer off from school training Jack. He was a good student, although we always laughed that when school started up, Jack sometimes liked to do number 2 in Matt's bedroom (Matt was already away at college). Matt does not like to hear that story. ;)

Jack was a rambunctious pup. He ran around in the backyard like a Jack rabbit, so we always thought his name was quite appropriate. He liked to run up and down the fence line with a Boxer that lived next door. He had a great time, although I wasn't always sure about the Boxer. When we moved over into our current house, it happened to be a snowy, icy winter and Jack's paws kept getting stuck on the ice. We decided that boots were the answer. After about 5 minutes we were able to get one boot on and start to put on the second boot. However, the first boot came off and we had not gotten the second boot on. We quickly determined that this would not work and that Jack would have to weather the weather.

The Middle Years
Jack got quite ill and we didn't know then if he would make it or not. Age was on his side and with many treatments he made it! We were ecstatic! Not long after, Joe and Patti Samson's (our daughter-in- laws parents) dog, Maggie, became ill very similar to Jack's illness. Maggie went through the same kind of treatments. One evening, Maggie just was not doing well and was up on the couch and would do nothing. We decided to take Jack over to see Maggie. They had played before and we thought this might help Maggie. Just like a good friend, Jack went in to see Maggie, and before we knew it, Maggie got off the couch and started to run around with Jack. Maggie also recovered fully and Patti always gave all the credit to Jack!!

The Late Years
Jack loved to be outdoors, take walks (his heart was in great condition at the time of his death), relax in the shade under our locust tree, see the kids in the neighborhood, and just plain enjoy life! Jack greeted me each evening at the door, always so happy to see me! There are so many stories about our Jackie Boy that I do need to write a book about him. He loved Tom and me with the greatest love, and taught us all about love. Our sons Matt and Mark will miss Jack, too. They loved him and Jack loved them! When Matt and Mark took care of Jack for us in the early years, they liked to tease that they were going to send Jack to Boot Camp! I always told them no way!

Jack was very sick over this last week-end and we had to let him go. We could not have him in pain or discomfort one more day. Tom and I were with him until his last breath. Thank you Dear God for giving us our Jackie!

Jack is survived by:
Pet Parents Kathleen & Tom Mohr , Omaha NE, Pet Sibling: Pinky, Omaha NE


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Visitation:

Date and time: Private
Location: Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center

Service

Date and time: October 20, 2012 11:00AM
Location: Mohr Home
Notes: Reception Following Service

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Sony Kirkpatrick

Sunday, 02 September 2012

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Sony Kirkpatrick
September 2, 2012
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13 years

Born: March 21, 1999 – Entered into Rest: September 2, 2012

Survived By: Pet Parents - Jan & Mike Kirkpatrick, Pet Siblings - Ticko, Gracie & Nora

Proceeded in Death By: Pet Siblings – (Mother) Laci, Kari Anne and Hector


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Location: Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center
Notes: Private: for family only

Service

Date and time: September 8, 2012 11:00AM
Location: Paws To Angels Pet Loss Center

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