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Loving Memory of Austin 02-14-2015

If you wish to celebrate a life, a birthday anything at all. Ask your friends and family to donate to a wonderful cause tell them your wishes. We make it easy for anyone to donate in someone's honor. Just click on the Donate Button explain your wish in the box. You can also send a check with a letter through the mail.

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In Loving Memory of Pegasus Dreamer

     Passed  January 09, 2016 at the age of 34

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In memory of Pauline Finlaw, Lover of horses, animals and people.

  Anne McGuire 03.7.2017

Honor the Memories of  Loved Ones &      All Souls both Human and Pets   

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 Jen's work with the Disabled through "Equine Assisted Therapy" will be remembered Always 

Jennifer Ann Davis, age 64, of Milford, passed away on Saturday, January 19, 2013 in Milford Hospital. She was born on November 6, 1948 in New Haven to the late Royal and Hazel Gomes Davis.  A graduate of Southern Connecticut University, she was employed by Grolier in the marketing and sales department. An active member of the community, she taught horseback riding, loved animals and nature, and photography especially of wild life. She enjoyed being a “Lucky Gambler” at Foxwoods.

Miss Davis is survived by her devoted brother Royal Davis, sister Mary Anne Pinto both of Milford and a niece Mia Pinto of New York..  Always in Loving Memory

 Loving Memory of Marye Joakim of Rocky Hill, CT

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Doc's Spotted Bear

"In Loving Memory"Passed 04-19-2017

 

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Click on photos above to be connected to Petit Family Foundation Website and Facebook

Jennifer, Haley and Michaela Petit were lost to us and the world and were ruthlessly taken from us by evil men. These women taught us through example.  We need to replace evil with activism, idealism and kindness.

The Petit Family Foundation  wants to support the second line of their mission which is to help with the education of young people and help those affected by chronic illness and help to protect those affeted by violence. We need to remember the good in all. The Petit Family Foundation supports Healing With Horses as we also carry out their goals and mission.

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Loving Memory of Mr Domino Effect 02-14-2012