3.14.2011

In Loving Memory of Sheena Crumbley

Link to Sheena's Fund: Donate In Loving Memory of Sheena Crumbley

Sheena Crumbley was a beautiful person with an incredible love for animals. Sheena loved all animals, but she had a special place in her heart for dogs. Throughout her life, she opened her home to many dogs in need, giving them the love and hope they so desperately needed. She was an incredible human being.

Sheena was diagnosed with a brain tumor 11 years ago. She battled this tumor for nearly half her life, but she always had an incredible spirit. Two years ago, Sheena received the devastating news that she had brain cancer. Over the last 2 months, her cancer became aggressive…

And today, Sheena Crumbley lost her battle at 27 years old.

Before she died, the last thing Sheena did was sit in the field with her dogs and enjoy the sunshine...

Sheena's dying wish was to make a difference for dogs in need. Instead of sending her family food that won't be eaten or flowers that will die, she asked everyone donate to the dogs of Lucky Dog Rescue to honor her memory. Sheena wants the dogs who so desperately need help to have a chance at the happy lives they deserve.

These dogs did not ask for the pain they've endured, just as Sheena didn't ask for her pain. Sheena knew she couldn’t be saved, but she wants the dogs to live on in her memory.

Please, help make Sheena’s dying wish come true by saving many more lives in her name. In life and in death, this is what Sheena wanted.

Sheena Crumbley ~ March 31, 1983 - March 14, 2011

Click here to donate in Sheena's memory

6 comments:

  1. What a great honor for you and your pups, and a well deserved one too. Very eloquent Lady.

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  2. heather smith-mcclainMarch 14, 2011 at 10:01 PM

    she left an imprint on every life she touched. we are all blessed to have known an angel like her. please donate to a foundation she loved so much. Rest in Peace Sheena. And to Layla, I hope you find happiness. I know you're waiting for her to walk the door, at any moment, for your mama to give you hugs and kisses... bless you both.

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  3. Wow...a truly remarkable lady. May God bless her and welcome her home.

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  4. I didn't know her, but love her for thinking about the dogs even on her dying day...

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  5. I also didn't know her but I now admire her. May she rest in peace and have as many dogs as she'd like in her resting place. Sarah

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