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Janice Bracken Wright

Janice Bracken Wright

More than twenty years ago, Janice made the leap to volunteer at the Atlanta Humane Society despite living an hour and a half away, because she wanted to be a part of the mission. And over the years, she dedicated her time to helping the animals throughout every department in the organization. It did her heart good. More

Virginia Philip

Virginia Philip

They always say that animals find their people and with Virginia Philip that couldn't be more true. She's had nearly all of her cats seek her out. They've made themselves known by sitting on her doorstep or meowing on the side of a trail she was running down. And she's taken them all in. More

Jeffrey S. White

Jeffrey S. White

Jeff was the youngest of four children born to a mom who, while she was working hard and busy caring for everyone else, took the time to set a wonderful example for Jeff both in her work ethic and her love for animals. Jeff loved dogs his whole life, starting with the family pets. But he had a soft spot for his first very own dog, Freddie, a stray he brought home when he was 9 who became his constant companion. More

Gordon L. and Dorothy F. Howell in Loving Memory of Their Son, Michael L. Howell

Gordon and Dorothy Howell

My family’s affection for dogs extends back in time to my father’s youth. He came from a family of humble means; they had a small farm just outside of Atlanta in the old Campbell County. While my grandfather, an electrician, went off to work, Dad was left to work the farm each day after school, using two mules and a handheld plow. More

Owen Halpern

Owen Halpern

Owen Halpern was a generous and caring person, with a lifelong appreciation for the arts and an abiding love for his native city of Atlanta. He cared deeply for those who had special challenges in life, and channeled this concern into support for a variety of charitable causes. More