By which they rest, and ocean sounds,
     And, star and system rolling past,
     A soul shall draw from out the vast
And strike his being into bounds,

And, moved thro’ life of lower phase,
     Result in man, be born and think,
     And act and love, a closer link
Betwixt us and the crowning race

Of those that, eye to eye, shall look
     On knowledge; under whose command
     Is Earth and Earth’s, and in their hand
Is Nature like an open book;

No longer half-akin to brute,
     For all we thought and loved and did,
     And hoped, and suffer’d, is but seed
Of what in them is flower and fruit;

Whereof the man, that with me trod
     This planet, was a noble type
     Appearing ere the times were ripe,
That friend of mine who lives in God,

That God, which ever lives and loves,
     One God, one law, one element,
     And one far-off divine event,
To which the whole creation moves.
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In Memoriam
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Lisa Michele Wetherington
(sister of SNM board member Sue Shearouse)
1963-2007

Lisa was an inspiration to all of us. Her courage,
love of family & friends and love of life were
apparent in all that she did. She will be
remembered as a person that loved the ocean
and fought to educate people on the importance
of preserving and protecting it. Lisa was a SNM volunteer who helped make a difference in the lives of animals. She also loved her “babies”, Buffet (whom she adopted from STRAY NO MORE in 1996), Ruffian, Gizmo, Trinity, Ashley, Jasmine, BJ and her latest addition, Ariel.

Your donation will help continue the daily battle against pet over-population and will honor her beliefs and unconditional love for all animals. She will be truly missed. God Bless you and any pets that share your life.



Jean Futrell
(mother of SNM president Sandy Hightower)
1926-2006

Jean was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer
in Sept 2005. Sandy spent four quality months
with her in Virginia before she came back to
Florida with her in January. She passed away peacefully on January 20, 2006. If it weren’t for her mother, Jean Futrell, Stray No More may never have been started. The Futrell family always had pets when she was growing up, and her mother loved the animals. Jean wanted every animal to live a wonderful life, and supported Sandy when she rescued her first stray dog when she was 16 years old. She loved all of Sandy’s “grand” dogs and cats (that she brought to visit), and would cook special meals for them.
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