Couple honors late daughter, a friend to dogs

Mike Whiteman, center, of Grand Junction pushes the button to let water flow to the dog drinking fountain he installed at Sherwood Park as his wife Debbie and Grand Junction parks worker Dan Wiedrich put the finishing touches on the project. Whiteman made the fountain to honor his daughter Teresa, who died last year. Teresa used the park to train and exercise dogs.



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Mike Whiteman, center, of Grand Junction pushes the button to let water flow to the dog drinking fountain he installed at Sherwood Park as his wife Debbie and Grand Junction parks worker Dan Wiedrich put the finishing touches on the project. Whiteman made the fountain to honor his daughter Teresa, who died last year. Teresa used the park to train and exercise dogs.

When people remember Teresa Whiteman, their thoughts often wander to her love of man’s best friend. “You couldn’t talk to Teresa without talking about dogs,” said…




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