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August

2020

In memory of EZ Zilla Breeze AKA Zilla
Zilla crossed the Rainbow Bridge August 27, 2020 one day short of her 16th birthday. Run free beautiful girl, Dad hopes to join you soon. Say hi to Molly, Andy, Slam, Manny, Bell and Iris.
Tom Crull

In memory of Iris aka Kiowa Zapper Bea
My beloved little girl who came to me from the FWCC 24 Greyhound cruelty case crossed the rainbow bridge on April 6, 2020. She went through so much in her almost 15 year life. She will be greatly missed by myself, Zilla, Scarlet and Freckles. You are now fully healed sweet girl and reunited with Molly, Dusty, Andy, Slam, Manny and Isabella.
Tom Crull

In memory of Tripp
Tripp was such a blessing to Stacey Riley from the day she adopted him from GU. He became an excellent Therapy dog through Therapet of Tyler Tx. He worked in hospitals and spread love and comfort wherever he went. In 2013 he was awarded the Therapet Visitation Animal of the year. Quite an honor. We will all miss you and never forget your sweet gentle soul.
The Tyler GU Volunteer Friends

June

2020

In memory of Nick Saleh
Denise and Dany Saleh’s sweet Borzoi boy, Nick left them suddenly in the early hours of Wednesday, June 24. Ever the perfect gentleman, Nick was the recipient of many awards in his life as a champion show dog, until retiring to live happily in the Saleh household. He loved nothing better than walks with his people and could be counted on to greet visitors with a wag and a smile. Fur sisters, Olive, Sade and his many human friends who loved him will miss him very much.
The Tyler Bunch

In Memory of Cara Ann "Carrie" Bonawitz, MD
It is fitting that "Carrie" loved greyhounds. She had a lot in common with these lovely, graceful, and athletic creatures. There is a sweet intelligence behind their eyes that can set a person at ease. It is said that Greyhounds just like to be loved for who they are, and although they are beautiful and talented, they do not put on airs. This is how we will remember Our Carrie. And this is how we will miss her, too.
~with love from the Lewis side of the family <3

May

2020

In Memory of Greta, my best friend, loving constant companion

Elizabeth Lasater

In Memory of Cassie
Cassie was a well loved member of our family. She crossed the rainbow bridge today with lots of tears. Cassie stood up to the pain of a degenerative spine condition for several months but eventually it was just too much for her.
Suzan Williams

April

2020

In Memory of Cara Ann Savage Bonawitz MD
You are in my thoughts and prayers. May she rests in peace.
Helene E. Terrill

In Memory of Cara Ann Savage Bonawitz MD

Marshall Weissberger

In Memory of Cara Ann Savage Bonawitz MD
Cara Ann Savage Bonawitz MD passed away 3/28/2020 at her home in Richardson, TX, born January 15th, 1968 in Erie PA. It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of our loved one. Although we were not able to say goodbye, your friends and family are beyond proud of all your accomplishments and especially your loving soul. No one can take away the memories of this full of life, intelligent, and beautiful woman. Fly on sweet angel. Cara graduated from Mercyhurst Prep and was a foreign exchange student in Germany her junior year. Playing soccer in Germany only propelled her dominance and offensive execution on the soccer field. She attended Rochester University where she earned an undergraduate degree in Pre-Med. Cara played soccer for the University of Rochester women’s team. The team won the 1987 NCAA Division III Championship, only losing one game that season. Cara then attended Penn State College of Medicine and completed her residency in Diagnostic Radiology at the University of North Carolina, finally becoming an Interventional Radiologist. She practiced at various locations in Virginia, Indiana and Texas over 20 years. She is proceeded in death by her mother, Cynthia Savage and father Greg Savage. She is survived by her stepfather Everett McAninch, aunts Lynda Miller (David), Rhonda Lewis (Vern), Maria Savage (Jeff), uncle Rick Rudenski (Belinda), cousins Rhonda Truitt (Stephan Terrill), William Truitt (Susan), and Bethe Carlson (Jonathan) and also her beloved Greyhounds, Zuma and Zane. Burial arrangements will be handled by Duskas Funeral Home in Erie, PA. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Greyhounds Unlimited www.greyhoundsunlimited.org. A celebration of Cara’s life will be held when family and friends are able to gather together again.

In memory of Iris aka Kiowa Zapper Bea
My beloved little girl who came to me from the FWCC 24 Greyhound cruelty case crossed the rainbow bridge on April 6, 2020. She went through so much in her almost 15 year life. She will be greatly missed by myself, Zilla, Scarlet and Freckles. You are now fully healed sweet girl and reunited with Molly, Dusty, Andy, Slam, Manny and Isabella.
Tom Crull

March

2020

In memory of Sagan fka Pkalamatas
My beloved grand-dog who went on his journey to the Rainbow Bridge very unexpectedly on February 16, 2020. Although Sagan had many eccentricities, he possessed the most beautiful and gentle soul with the exception of baby birds and kittens viewed from the window. Lisa Israel, Matthew Sugerman and I will experience a sorrowful void in our lives for a very long time.
Cynthia Sugarman

December

2019

In memory of Garland Tetens

Matt Smith, Sarah Blocker and Friends at Central National Bank

In memory of Garland Tetens

Mr. & Mrs. Everett E. Johnson, Jr.

In memory of Garland Tetens

Jessica Freud

October

2019

In Memory of Angel Saleh test
In memory of Angel Saleh, Denise Saleh’s mother-in-law. May she rest in peace.
Shirley McInnis

September

2019

In memory of Holly Rae (fka Shadow) and Emma Rose (fka as Mabel)
Blessings to the hounds.
Debra L. Brod

In Memory of Hope
Sweet Hope, a perfectly healthy 12yo, left so quick and unexpectedly, for the Rainbow Bridge. She was only here for 2 months, given up by a previous owner. She came to me with Cassie, and the two became fast friends. A shy girl, she was fast becoming a velcro girl, like her "sister". She loved to "watch the world go by" at the upstairs window. She is so missed by both of us. May she love her new home and run free without pain with all the others before her.
Ricky Polcer and Cassie

May

2019

In Memory of George (Randy) Schaumburg

Carrollton High School Class of 1981 (Combined classes of 1978-1981)

April

2019

In Memory of Manny
Manny crossed the Rainbow Bridge on 4/12, 2019 unexpectedly. He was a truly affectionate Greyhound who loved everyone. He was my constant companion for six years. He will be greatly missed by myself and Iris, Scarlet and Zilla.
Tom Crull

March

2019

In Memory of Miguel Polcer
Sweet Miguel crossed the Rainbow Bridge 3-08-19 at the age of 10yo. Miguel had a rough start in life that affected him throughout his life. He was easily intimidated even though he helped many fosters and permanent siblings learn the life of a grey. He particularly loved his morning walks and special treats. We know he is having a ball with those who went before him. Run free with your friends — we’ll see each other one day.
Much love — Ricky Polcer

February

2019

In Memory of Miss Ellen 12/11/05 - 02/03/19
Miss Ellen lived a lot longer than many greys. She had a good racing career, and when she retired from racing, went to be a brood mom until 11yo, then finally retired. She took full advantage of the retired life, lazing on her bed and getting lots of good walks in to enjoy smelling things and all things that were good in life. Our home was so blessed to have had her for even such a short time. She is now running free and loving the friends that went before her. Love being free from pain, sweet girl — we’ll see you one day.
Miss you — Ricky Polcer and brother, Miguel


Updated: 06 December 2019 23:42