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19 June 2007


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Lilian Barber

Darlene is a friend of mine, and I know that she put a huge amount of thought into what would be the most meaningful memorial possible for her mother, with whom she had a very close relationship. With this new fund she has been able to combine the two most important things in her life --her love for her mother and her love for dogs.

Alan Alford

It's so typical of Darlene Arden to find a needful void and fill it. Although the AKC Canine Health Foundation is "attacking" the myriad of physical health problems that plague our beloved dogs, until now virtually no investment was being made in solving behavior problems, which are still the #1 cause of dogs being abandoned or surrendered to shelters. Darlene to the "rescue," and we all wish her well.

Donna M. Vartanian, R.N.-

Darlene is a personal friend of mine and has been for many years. Her Mother was a great lover of dogs and I know that Darlene's Mom is smiling down upon this wonderful Memorial in her name. Darlene's devotion to dogs and her Mom made a wonderful combination in an organization I have the very highest regard for: CHF!

Thank you, Darlene, for being ever loyal to the canine population and your Mother's memory. It can only have a positive outcome.

Sue Janson

Darlene is also a friend of mine and like Lilian I know that she put a huge amount of thought into the best way to honor her Mother. The Marcia Polimer Abrams Fund is a perfect way to do that. Darlene's love of dogs certainly began through her Mother's love of dogs and as an Animal Behavior Consultant, and with her deep devotion to her Mother, this is a natural fit. The results of such behavior research will have far reaching results for dogs and humans.

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