Remy
9/12/2012 - 7/23/2020On July 23, 2020 we not only lost our dog but a significant part of our family. We loved Remy dearly and anyone that knew us knew that. He was included in everything we did. We made sure he had the best and that his needs were met. He brought so much joy & happiness to our household. He had a wonderful disposition. He was a sweet dog. He loved us unconditionally and we gave it right back to him. Remy had a lot of personality and he made us laugh. He loved people. He was an inquisitive little guy and he loved smelling plants and flowers. He would race around the yard like he was at the races. He never missed an opportunity to chase rabbits. He was king of the yard! When we would go on walks people always commented on how beautiful he was, before asking permission to pet him. If you said give me five Remy he would give you his paw. He was a smart dog and he knew how to make you feel better. One time a friend of mine agreed to pick Remy up from the Doggie Daycare after she picked him up she called me and asked if anything was wrong with Remy's leg. I said no why, she explained that he would not get in the car. I thought that was odd but we hung up. I thought about it and called her back and asked if she had anybody with her she said yes her new boyfriend. I laughed and said Remy has been taught not to get in the car with strangers. We both laughed Remy was one smart cookie. Remy will always have a place in our hearts. We miss him dearly and will treasure the memories!Cindy OdomWilliamsville, New YorkJuly 26, 2020
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Our hearts are saddened upon hearing of the loss of dear Remy. We know how much he meant to all of you and especially Isaiah. I pray comfort and strength as you mourn his loss.Antoinette Singleton - July 29, 2020
Oh my goodness! Remy was so Beautiful!
You all have wonderful memories to treasure.
Continually praying for you, Isaiah, and Larry.
🙏🏾🙏🏾❤️❤️
Cynthia Dorman - July 28, 2020
Where do I even begin. For starters, Remy has certainly changed my perspective and appreciation for pets. Remy, to me was not a pet but more like an actual human. There was a pleasant aura and discerning spirit of Remy. Remy was an alert and intelligent dog. I would ask Remy for a high five and he would execute with a heavy paw, and I better not dare rub under Remy’s chin without preparing to rub for a long period of time. Remy was always clean, well kept and had the best. He was always most handsome after his routine grooming. I would often joke with Aunt Cindy and say “Remy is living the life and lives better than the average human. If I believed in reincarnation, I certainly would not mind coming back as Remy and in the Odom household. One last memory I have of Remy, is his love for classical music, I was extremely impressed by his taste in music. Remy was also a Christian and was a Christ-Like dog. He was mild tempered, friendly, kind, but not afraid to tackle a rabbit or squirrel.

In conclusion, there was a show as a child titled “All Dogs go to Heaven” I am not
sure about all dogs, however, Remy I know is in heaven. Remy, you were and are truly loved and will truly be missed. Pulling up to the Odom’s driveway and ringing the bell will not be the same when not seeing your big white pretty coat of curly fur at the door. Love you Rem!

Kim, ♥️
Kimberly Ngarambe - July 27, 2020
Remy will surely be missed he was the first dog that ever laid his head in my lap (Gail) he also inspired my husband to get a golden doodle also Daisy and Remy has a lot of fun days and times together she will miss him also. We will always remember the playful times with you when you came and hung out a few days with us while your family was away. 😢Gail and Tim Horton - July 27, 2020
This is such a special tribute to such a very special friend! Thank you for sharing some of the sweet little things that made Remy one of a kind 💕 I loved reading all the stories and seeing all the cute pictures! Our thoughts and prayers are will all of you 🙏🏼😢💔Beth Russ - July 27, 2020
Where do I even begin. For starters, Remy has certainly changed my perspective and appreciation for pets. Remy, to me was not a pet but more like an actual human. There was a pleasant aura and discerning spirit of Remy. Remy was an alert and intelligent dog. I would ask Remy for a high five and he would execute with a heavy paw, and I better not dare rub under Remy’s chin without preparing to rub for a long period of time. Remy was always clean, well kept and had the best. He was always most handsome after his routine grooming. I would often joke with Aunt Cindy and say “Remy is living the life and lives better than the average human. If I believed in reincarnation, I certainly would not mind coming back as Remy and in the Odom household. One last memory I have of Remy, is his love for classical music, I was extremely impressed by his taste in music. Remy was also a Christian and was a Christ-Like dog. He was mild tempered, friendly, kind, but not afraid to tackle a rabbit or squirrel.

In conclusion, there was a show as a child titled “All Dogs go to Heaven” I am not
sure about all dogs, however, Remy I know is in heaven. Remy, you were and are truly loved and will truly be missed. Pulling up to the Odom’s driveway and ringing the bell will not be the same when not seeing your big white pretty coat of curly fur at the door. Love you Rem!

Kim, ♥️
Kimberly Ngarambe - July 27, 2020
I will miss you Remy but you will never be forgotten. You were also part of my family.Lula Jones - July 27, 2020
Liz Myers - July 27, 2020

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