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Gone But Not Forgotten to the Rainbow Bridge

On April 16th 2009, Zesta said good bye to long time friend and mentor Marilyn Taylor of Clan Lasslyn Shelties and Poms. Marilyn battled cancer for 33 years.

Thanks Marilyn for sharing your wealth of knowledge and experience, and being such a great friend for 47 years. It still amazes me that it all started when you let a young 6 year old show your first Sheltie - Lass in juniors. Who would have thought that it would endure a 20 year age gap and a distance of 500 miles.

I know that you will always be the angel looking out for Zesta.

The following Zesta Shelties were exceptional friends, loyal companions and are deeply missed. Fortunately for us they live on through the legacy of their offspring which brings much joy to us in rememberingthem.


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