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Memory Lane

Memorials and Obituaries for your beloved pets


2000 ~ 2018

Chip was born in California and was found in the pound because he needed 2 surgeries the owner could not afford. He was discovered by an animal company that trains movie animals in 2000 and after his surgeries he was trained by a trainer named LuJean who got to bring him with her when she moved to Quakertown in 2005 and she became his human mom. Chip spent his last few years without his sight but he never lost his spirit. He will be missed by all who met him.




Hamilton Bermuda Howell
2006 ~ 2018

Sadly, our beloved Malti-poo Hamilton unexpectedly left this world on April 02, 2018. He was a little dog with a big dog attitude. When we played fetch with our son’s Boxer, Hamilton would intercept and steal the ball, taking it away so she couldn’t have it and the game would cease. He was not one for commotion unless he was the one causing it. Hamilton ruled our house, our hearts and made us laugh.

Hamilton loved car rides and jumped in every chance he’d get. Sometimes he would jump in and refuse to get out, even if it just meant a ride around the block. He had a sweet tooth and loved his walks, especially to Rosemarie’s where he would practically do a back flip when he recognized the brown paper bag with his kiddie sized vanilla ice cream.

Hamilton was an opinionated dog with a good judge of character. It took a lot to win him over and many people worked hard to do so. He was a big fan of Camp Jean's, where he loved playing with the other dogs and where Ms. Jean and staff won his heart. 

We are proud to say that Hamilton was voted Buck’s County’s Cutest Canine in 2008 and received a proclamation from the County Commissioners. Hamilton is deeply missed and forever remembered with love, joy and pride. Although the time was not long enough, we are thankful for the time we had with our best buddy.

The Howell Family 




1998 ~ 2015

Penny Power's beloved office cat has crossed the Rainbow Bridge.

He touched the lives of many during his 17 years as "Building Manager" and greeter.

We will miss you, Big Guy! Your "co-workers" and caretakers.