Obituaries

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IT WAS with immense sadness that I received call from Tony Stone to say that his beloved wife Anne of the Wipfel Weimaraners had died peacefully at home on the evening of February 12, writes Eileen Gates. She did so as she wished, with her devoted...
I WAS very sad to receive a phone call from Sharon Offiler, Barry and Ann Offiler’s daughter-in-law, to say Barry died on January 31, writes Jane Lee.
JOYCE Briggs of the famous Brigwood Boston Terriers died in hospital in the early hours of February 4. She had been admitted in November after suffering a severe stroke, writes Julie Glynn.
WITH deep regret I announce the death of Jim Hamilton on January 30 at the age of 68 while in the Scottish Borders General Hospital following a battle with lung cancer, writes Jane Farrington.
NORMAN Field (Houndsmark) has died, writes Marion Hunt. He lived his early life in the West Ham area of London and hence became a lifelong supporter of West Ham Football Club.
SUSAN Ellis, wife of Kevan and partner in the well-known Railfield Whippets, has died after an illness borne with great courage and dignity, writes Mary Davies.
FIONA Gibson, who died recently, was a mannequin, photographer’s model, journalist and probably the only ‘page 3 girl’ to show a dog at Crufts, writes her husband David.
Pauline Perriam IT IS with great sadness that I have to report the death at 82 of Pauline Perriam on January 28, writes Pat Brigden. She was the much loved and greatly respected chairman of the Irish Red and White Setter Club of Great Britain.
NORA Winterbourne, honorary life president of the West of England Dachshund Association, died on January 9 at the age of 91, writes Ruth Lockett-Walters.
IT IS with great sadness that I have to announce the death of Jeanne Harris (Mixonne), writes Steven Harrison. Jeanne died on January 11 at the care home she and her late husband Roy have been at for the last couple of years in Somerset...
A phone call from Shelda Hornby brought the sad news that her father Bob Brampton had died on January 24 after a short illness, write Jean Lanning.
I AM sad to report the death of one of the great stalwarts of the Bull Terrier breed, Maureen Bell, who died recently following a short illness, writes Bill Lambert.
I WAS very sad to hear that Sheila Borthwick of the Lorece Boston Terriers died on Sunday, writes Julie Glynn.
IT IS with sadness that the Kennel Club has been informed of the death of our vice-president the Duke of Wellington, writes chairman Steve Dean. The Duke died peacefully at his home on December 31 aged 99.
RONALD Telford, who died recently, was born on May 1, 1921 and grew up in Edinburgh, writes Sandra Wigglesworth. He was a very fit young man whose hobby was mountain climbing over the beautiful hills and lakes of Scotland, and he would spend many...
JEAN Matthews, president of the Eastern Counties Dachshund Association and honorary life vice-president of the Miniature Dachshund Club, died on January 6, writes Lesley Patton. She was 92 and had been involved with Dachshunds for well over 50 years.
CHRIS Black of the Chrisarion Rough Collies has died, writes Carole Smedley. She had not been in the best of health recently but continued to enjoy life to the end.
Johan Kieser BOXER exhibitor and judge Johan Kieser died suddenly last week, writes Tim Hutchings. He was born in July 1949 and was a very well-known figure on the South African dog scene.
Brian Emsley WITH sadness I have to report the death on December 23 of National Bedlington Terrier Club (NBTC) life member and long-serving committee member Brian Emsley, writes Viv Rainsbury. He was 78.

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