A little of this and a little of that and everything in between…
Take care of him and love him dearly as we did.
Dress him in his heavenly body with renewed health and vigor
Once again to breath freely of sweetened air.Take care of him and love him dearly as we did.
Let our hearts be lifted and not saddened
As we commit his earthly body back,
Ashes to Ashes, dust to dust.He will live on in our memories and our hearts,
As surely as you have received our prayers.
We know that he will watch over us from heaven.We now submit our loved one into your heavenly hands.
Stancer, Norman J
HRCH Sand Spring Norm Of Caroway MH call name “Norman”, Sand Spring Chesapeakes foundation stud age 13, (96 in doggy years) of Cambria, WI., born to eternal life November 6 2013 from osteosarcoma. He was born November 3, 2000, his parents were HRCH UH CH Cursans Plan-O-Bud SH and Caroways Tasha WD. He trained and competed in AKC & UKC hunt tests. He received is AKC Junior Hunter title at age 10 months. He went on to receive his AKC Senior Hunter title when he was 3.75 years old. After that he went on to receive his UKC HRCH title at age 6 and AKC Master Hunter title at age 7. During this time he continued to be a treasured family companion, dedicated hunter of waterfowl, upland birds and an occasional crane while hunting in Saskatchewan which he participated in 3 snow geese hunts with our good friend Mike F. He also hunted many pheasant farms. When not hunting or training you would find him curled up next to his mother JoAnn on the couch. That was his spot, to guard and protect her. He was always looking for someone to throw something for him, he had many tricks to get people to throw something just so he could retrieve, he loved to retrieve. He was always wagging his tail and putting a smile on the face of all. He is survived by his Mother JoAnn, Father John, Daughter Nellie, Son Gambler and Granddaughter Glory whom all resign at their home in Cambria. He is also survived by his other 14 children along with 22 grandchildren whom resign all over the US and the UK. Norman will live on… when you go to the Chesapeake breed profile page on the Westminster Kennel Club website you will be greeted by the most handsomest guy. Norman will be missed by all whom have met him as he left paw prints on their hearts. In lieu of flowers, give your pet a hug and their favorite treat and tell them you love them. If you would like to do more, make a donation to your local Humane Society or to the Morris Animal Foundation.
A little of that:
Who wouldn’t want to see a cute little MK during all this sadness?
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