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From: xVQHsvcbLfBFmGz Added: August 10, 2011
I only knew Ed through the great advice and impact he had when I emailed interested in being involved with the IAADP and his support there after. Very few emails were sent but the ones he did send were precise and understanding and thoughtful and always encouraging to do more.
He will be sadly missed through the Assistance Dog World and I hope there will be others including myself that will be able to learn from all he has taught us over the years and be able push the IAADP further in the future and continue to support Assistance Dogs and their Partners, Worldwide.
For every dog and partner that passes through the doors of the IAADP there will always be a little piece of Ed in them. God bless and rest in peace.
All our love,
Adele, Adam and Team PADS-Personal Assistance Dog Solutions, Australia
From: Adele Lindley Added: April 4, 2010
I have been a member of IAADP for 3 years with my first service dog. Rudy is a Bichon Papillon mix who showed an amazing knack for retrieval at a very young age. Rudy and I began our journey in some ignorance but the wonderful organization that Ed Eames created has been an invaluable resource that helped get us on the right track. Ed and Toni asked us to be part of their educational DVD to demonstrate that small dogs can be successfully trained for service work too. We wish to thank Ed for including partnerships such as ours in his educational and advocacy efforts. Assistance dog partnerships everywhere will continue to benefit from your beautiful legacy forever.
From: Francine McClendon Added: March 16, 2010
It has been my humble pleasure to have been associated with Ed professionally and personally...and his charming wife over some 14 years. Ed was a giant of a statesman for the human race and for the disability community at large; not just for our single issue. We discussed state; and federal legislative issues before congress and "honed in" on the issues that we believed required our input; including ongoing airlines issue, and other input(grass roots)that we heard from our IAADP membership and others. You left us far better off than you found us.
Ed was the crown jewel in the crown of a man's life. You have set the benchmarks for IAADP to move forward......Now it is time for IAADP to take your guidance and move ahead. You have left us far better than you "walked onto the IAADP STAGE"....
God bless you Ed.............. and God bless the Management,the Board and Membership of IAADP and all of our four-legged partners - who make it poosible for all of us two legged folka to make thru another day.
Wilson Hulley /23 March 2010/1845 EDT/ partners - who share our life with our assistance dog
From: Wilson & Deborah Hulley & Laurel (my Assistance dog) Added: March 23, 2010
Thank you Toni, Latrell, and Keebler for sharing Ed with us as the IAADP grew. I've been a service dog partner member since 1994(95). Ad Ed wrote about his travels, work on behalf of the assistance dog community I saw his example though his leadership of how I could be more indepent with my own service dog as we spoke to groups and traveled too.Eventhough I never met Ed, I feel as though I have met him though all he shared with us over the years. Thank you Ed. Toni, my prayers continue for you Latrell, and Keebler as you all adjust to life without your beloved partner. May God bless and keep you as you deal with your loss and continue your leadership. With love and prayers, Melissa and Jonah, my faithful service dog.