Dot Hay

A 'Celebration Of The Life' of Dot was held at 3.15 on the 25th August
Lewisham Crematorium Chapel of Rest, with the cremation on Wednesday 26th for the family only

It is with great sadness that I, as Webmaster for the South Of England Pomeranian Club Website, have to post this sad message. Dot has always shown great passion for the club, the breed, the breeders, and fellow members. Dot will be very sadly missed by all who had the privilege to meet her
RIP Dot!
Message from Bryan Hall

Such sad news.  We have fond memories of Dot.  A lovely lady who always had time to talk, and often shared stories of her life and her poms with us, two little girls at the time. 
RIP Dot, you will be greatly missed
Message from Michaela and Melissa Hills

Haysholm Will He Make It picture in a doggy paper in 1973 started my search for a Pomeranian. Dot was a lady in every sense of the word; she always took time to put her makeup on and dressed smartly.  Her witty remarks and chat were great to listen too.  She was the first judge to give me a 1st Prize and her write up will always be with me stating that this newcomer had the right idea.  You will never be forgotten Dot and it has been a pleasure knowing you.
Message: from: Lynn Webster of Pomlyn

It was great sadness to hear of the loss of our dear President and much loved friend Dot, We have known Dot for over 40 years and was with her at the first meeting of when she got the South of England Pomeranian Club on it's feet again. She was always there to give advice and help in anyway she could to new and old members of our club, nothing was to much trouble for her, she loved her Pom's and put her heart and soul into breeding and showing them. We have many happy memories of Dot and will miss her and our little chats over the phone, a dear lady to have had the pleasure to have known. Thank you Dot, your friendship will be missed and most of all, you as our President. Our thought's are with her family at this sad time.

Rodney & Maureen Russell
(Chairman South of England Pomeranian Club)

Dot helped me enormously when I became the owner of my Pom Dante.She guided me at the show and showered me with helpful advice. RIP Dot and thank you so much. Val Chapman and Danny
Message from Dr Val Chapman

I first meet Dot when I fist tried to buy a pom from a friend.I use to talk twice a year to Dot we always had alot to talk about as we were both hairdressers. Dot you will be missed and I will miss the good advice you gave. RIP 
Message from Jackie jacquispom

Sorry to hear the passing of Dot...she gave me both help and guidance with my first poms way back in the early 80s..
Message from Kay Goodwin Kaline pomeranians

RIP Dot - you always had a smile and kind word to say to everyone xx
Message from Amanda Orchard

My sympathy to Dots family at this sad time. She was a great Lady, and always full of good advice. She encouraged me to show poms and to go further with the club. I will miss her.
Message from Chris Spratt

Dot was a lovely lady and always had a smile and a kind word for everyone, she will be missed by us all. With sympathy to her family at this sad time.
Message from Caroline & Maureen, Trenarwyn

I met Dot back in 1973 when she gave me the pleasure of owning a daughter of Red Robin. She was a wonderful friend and advisor and I feel honoured to have known her.  She was much loved and will be sadly missed.  My thoughts are with the family at this sad time.
Message from Sylvia Dennis.. Megipom

A lovely lady with a good sense of humour too Will be greatly missed as a figure head to The South of England Pomeranian Club and to all her friends. Condolences to her family at this sad time
Message from Sue Sanderson