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Andrea Easton and Dundee
Photo courtesy of Andrea Easton
Airedale Terrier Club of Canada members come from different backgrounds and walks of life, bring a wide variety of skills, experiences and perspectives to the ATCC, take part in a broad range of activities to further the ATCCs goals
and, of course, they all share an abiding passion for Airedales!
In the months to come, we plan to showcase the stories and accomplishments of individual ATCC members in this section of our Web site. If you would like to suggest someone, or would like to volunteer to write a profile, please contact us at email@example.com.
We also have profiles of the people who are part of the ATCC Executive Council and related positions. You can read their stories here.
Get to know more about these ATCC members and their lives with Airedales:
- Henk Bennink
Henk is a founding member and past president of the Airedale Terrier Club of Canada, and a longstanding mentor to Airedalers young and old across Canada.
- Ron Ditner
Ron Ditner is a Past ATCC President, Show Chairman, Fun Match Organizer and currently volunteers as the ATCC Trophy Case Designer and Constitutional Advisor.
- Andrea Easton
Puppy and Veteran Sweepstakes Exhibitors will have an opportunity to meet Andrea Easton in person, as she judges our Floating Specialty Sweepstakes in Kitchener.
- Johanne and Louise Lambert
Johanne and Louise Lambert trace their joyful and longtime history with Airedales that has culminated with their successful Kalua & Dabsquoui Kennels.
- Lee Steeves and Ken Curren NEW!
Lee is judging our Puppy Sweepstakes at the 2006 ATCC National Specialty in May. Exhibitors will be welcomed by her wide warm smile and will appreciate her gentle touch with the dogs. As a long time breeder of Airedales, past Regional Director for the ATCC and currently the CKC Director for Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Lee shares her lifelong love affair with everything canine in this wonderful profile.
- John Voortman
John purchased his first Airedale in 1952! He served as Vice President on the very first Airedale Terrier Club of Canada Executive in 1970. How wonderful to highlight John for our 35th Anniversary, one of the few remaining active originals and the last of the originals who still breeds and exhibits Airedales. While John leaves the conformation handling to Will Alexander, you can still find John in the kennel stripping down the next Champion!
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