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Sugar became Joe Ann's dog

2014-03-16 - Summit Manor, 400 Bomar Heights, Columbia, KY - Photo by Peg Schaeffer.
". . . I got a call from Summit Manor one day that a dog was found wandering in the parking lot.
Could I come and get it? I got there later in the day and was told at the nurses’ station that the dog was in Joe Ann’s room. Of course, where else would it be? I went to her room and sitting on her lap was a tiny, tan Chihuahua. Joe Ann and she had hit it off. Joe Ann had already named her “Sugar” and it was a very fitting name. I stayed and visited with her for a while and when it came time to leave I practically had to pry Sugar from her arms. They had bonded in that short time. . . " - PEG SCHAEFFER. POSTSCRIPT Sadly, Joe Ann Grant passed away this past week.

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