Voula Themides chose to depart this earth on the day of love, February 14, 2001.
She was a strong and unique woman ahead of her time. She will always be remembered by her family and many dear friends. She left behind her children; Tessie Fentress, Nicholas Themides and his wife Maxine, Dolores Gray and her husband Bobby, Diana Themides and Barbara Hall. She was blessed with 11 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Harry Themides and grandson Nicholas Themides.
Her children are following her wishes of cremation.
It’s about finding one that lintess and treats you with respect. Especially those of us that have been around for a while and we really know our dogs well.Two examples with my current vet, who I plan to stay with at this point. (It took me 4 years after moving to the area to find him.) First, I had a dog that simply wasn’t quite right and though she presented as perfectly normal at the clinic, I knew she was off. I said I wanted him to run a tick disease panel, which I could tell he thought was unnecessary, but he did it, and sure enough positive for RMSTF. Second time I had a girl that wasn’t quite right, I wanted him to check her spleen. I could tell he thought I was nuts, but he did the exploratory to find something he’d never seen before, as her spleen was indeed torsed 5 or 6 times. Pretty nice that now when I walk in, he will ask me what I think is wrong, and he absolutely respects my opinion.