Graduate Team - Deborah and Nugent
5 monthes ago - By Guiding Eyes
Thank you to our generous April Graduate Sponsor...
In memory of my wife, Barbara Woods, who loved dogs and Guiding Eyes. Through our entire marriage, we have had dogs, usually two at a time, and enjoyed them! Sponsoring the graduating class is a perfect way to honor her memory.
- Richard Woods
Meet April Residential Graduate Deborah
Graduate Team : Deborah and Nugent
About the Team : Nugent, a male black Lab, is Debbie's first guide dog
Hometown : Clifton Park, New York
Guide Dog Mobility Instructor: Deanna Lentini
Debbie has made her living as a Special Education teacher for the past 28...
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