AKC or UKC (etc) Registered Name: Athercroft Oh My Sweet SueSue
Call Name of Pet: Suzy
01/16/2007 – 04/06/2021
Titles Earned: AKC-CGC ,MVPT Master Pet Therapy Dog (150+ hours)
Suzy was a gentle sweet dog. She loved chasing bees, butterflies, and squirrels. Her favorite job was being a Pet Therapy Team with her favorite human Jim. She loved the petting and attention she received from the children and adults she visited. Suzy also enjoyed the treats she received for a job well done! We miss her so much but know that she is pain free playing and running once again.
Nancy Jo (Whaley) Beeman, age 72, of Dayton, Ohio, passed away Monday, October 26, 2020, with her family by her side. She was born to the late Curtis and M. Lorean Whaley, November 11, 1947 in Dayton, Ohio.
Nancy is survived by her three children, Duane Edward Beeman, Jonathan Lee Beeman (Gail), and Melissa Ann (Beeman) Wilhelm; great grandchildren, Scott Johnson, Amber (Beeman) Hargis (Cody), Steven Beeman, Alex Wilhelm, Gabby Wilhelm, AJ Wilhelm and Kaiser Wilhelm; great-great grandchildren, Della Blake Hargis and Melody Beeman; and brother, John Whaley (Vickie).
Nancy was a 1966 graduate of Patterson High School. She retired from Kettering Hospital. Nancy was a long-time member of Gem City Dog Obedience Club, joining in 1994 and serving on the board for several years as both Director of Obedience and Director of Conformation. Nancy was a UKC Conformation Judge, and enjoyed breeding and showing Shih Tzu in conformation, obedience, and agility. Later, Nancy trained her own service dog as both a stability dog and a diabetic detection dog.
Family will receive friends Friday, October 30, 2020 from 9:30 a.m. until the time of the funeral service at 10:30 a.m. at Newcomer North Chapel, 4104 Needmore Rd., Dayton. Burial Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Gem City Dog Obedience Club at 1815 Trebein Rd., Xenia, Ohio 45385.
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Titles Earned: CS-ATCH CS-ATCH2 CA CAA BN RA RN RATI RATN RATO
Pete loved to play and would do anything asked of him. I think what he loved most was making people feel loved. He was the perfect therapy dog and an awesome honorary pallbearer for my daddy’s funeral. My parents lost their dog the year before my father became ill. Pete was a blessing to have there to comfort my daddy during his last days. Pete would gently climb onto his bed and Daddy would smile and stroke him. In my opinion, there is no AKC, UKC, CPE etc. title that is of any higher value than the love of comfort of a dog.
Titles Earned: CGC, top ten high scoring dogs at the Clark County Fair, Ohio State Fair Dog champion
Troy loved being around his girl and Junior Handler, Maelynn. Troy competes mostly in 4H events and was also in the top ten high scoring dogs at the Clark County Fair as well as a multiple Ohio State Fair Dog champion. Most of all, he loved his days of pet therapy and showing off his “pitty” smile.
U-CDX Tav-A-Mac Good Golly Ms Molly, CDX, RAE, SCA, SBN, W-FD/HTM, W-FD/MF, PFD/MF, TDI
06/06/2006 – 12/09/2020
AKC: SCA, SBN
WCFO: W-FD/ MF,W-FD/ HTM, W-PFD/ MF, W-TFD/ MF,
Therapy Dog International TDI
Molly loved working with me. She enjoyed Obedience, Rally, Tracking, Dock Diving,and Musical Freestyle. Due to her age she was unable to do some of the more demanding sports . I introduced Molly to Scent Work when she was 13 years old. She absolutely loved it and did well.
She also enjoyed her therapy work visiting cancer patients while they received their chemotherapy.
But her favorite task was being my loving companion for 11 years.
Canine Good Citizen CPE CATCH-2 CPE CATCH-6 Reserve High in Standard CPE Nationals 2015
Jenna was a rescue from SICSA. Jenna always just went with the flow. She never really learned how to play with the rest of the pack, but she would try. We called her an ant eater because she would wrestle one of the pack to the ground and then just pick at him/her like an ant eater. Craig could get her to howl like a wolf, which was always entertaining. She was quite an escape artist, that’s how we got her. i worked and worked on getting her to “watch me”. she would win a staring contest every time.