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Ann Nagler
In Memory of
Ann Hamilton
1923 - 2018
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"We are honored to provide this Book of Memories to the family."
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Diana Hong
"Nan was an extraordinary woman. After listening to others describe their memor"
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Dorothy Anderson
"Nan was a wonderful person."
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Melissa "Missy" McMunn
"To Ken and the rest of the family, I wish you peace on the passing of Nan. She "
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Marsha Iyomasa
"Thank you Nan and Ken for the training, support and encouragement as we worked t"
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Carol Meyer
"Nan was our second instructor at CTA, Ken being our first. While in Ken’s pupp"
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Condolence From: Leeray Downs
Condolence: I first met Ann and Ken back in the late 60's when I took my first dog ( German Shepherd ) for training at CTA which was in the Hyattsville area. I was encouraged to go on to show my dog in Obedience trials ....he did very well getting his CD in 3 shows and placing first in each show...thanks to Ken and Ann and CTA. Even after getting married and moving out of the area...I continued to commute to CTA ( 2 hrs ) to train my future dogs as well. Ken I am so sorry for your loss.....you and Ann where an amazing team......she will be missed very much. Hugs to you. I am now living in South Carolina. Please take care Ken.
Tuesday March 27, 2018
Condolence From: Amy Scheiner
Condolence: Dear Ken, Janet, Sue, and Betty,

Thinking of all of you at this very sad time. Nan will be deeply missed by so many. I first met Nan in the early 70's when I was 12 years old and just starting to train and show my first obedience Sheltie at CTA. She was a true mentor for me in the sport for over 45 years. I will always remember her kindness, generosity, intelligence, quiet dignity and grace, expertise, and patience. It was truly a blessing to have known Nan. Wishing you peace and comfort in the days to come.

~Amy Scheiner
Saturday March 24, 2018
Condolence From: Jo Ann O’Connor
Condolence: Ken, Betty, Janet and Sue,

I am very sorry to learn of Nan’s passing. Such a special lady. I first met Nan in the early 1970’s when I brought my young daughter to class in Bladensburg. Nan was so patient with my daughter helping her understand how to train our Sobo! I will never forget her kindness. I met her again just 5 years ago when I returned with my last puppy, Jake. Please know that you all are in my thoughts and prayers. Please take care.
Saturday March 24, 2018
Condolence From: Michael Mooney
Condolence: I first met Nan in 1986 when I was training my first real obedience dog and found her to be a wonderful person that was so easy to like. Her encouragement and support went a long way in instilling in me the desire to remain and grow in our dog sport. A bright light has gone out but will be remembered each time the heavens open and a thousand angels cry. Rest in peace
Saturday March 24, 2018
Condolence From: Ann McDonald
Condolence: My deepest condolences to Ken and the Nagler family. Nan was a bright and cheerful light and a joy to be around. She made our obedience classes a highlight, and both we and our dogs loved being with her.
Friday March 23, 2018
Condolence From: Al and Jeri Teplin
Condolence: Our condolences to Ken and the entire Nagler family. Nan was a welcoming person to us when we were active in the dog sport. She was always positive and supportive, and we greatly appreciated her help, as well as that of Ken. We know she will be remembered and missed by many.
Thursday March 22, 2018
Condolence From: Linda Andrews
Condolence: Nan was a beautiful lady with a beautiful soul who touched everyone she met. She always had a smile and a word of encouragement for all of us whether we were new to the sport of dogs or had known her for years. Nan will live on in the memories of all the many people she touched throughout her life.
Thursday March 22, 2018
Condolence From: Clementine and Paul Fujimura
Condolence: Dear Ken, Betty, Janet and Sue, it is with a heavy heart that we find ourselves sending our condolences to you. We are in awe of Nan, her strength of character, her kindness, her intellect and wit and her love of her family including her dogs. By saying goodbye to Nan, we are saying goodbye to a true hero among women, one I, Clementine, can only aspire to emulate in my life. As we continue to raise our boys and train our dogs, we will look to our memory of Nan to guide us.
Wednesday March 21, 2018
Condolence From: Audrey Bragg
Condolence: If ever there was an angel on Earth, her name was Nan Nagler! I met Nan and her sidekick Ken at CTA where I learned to train my first dog. Every dog since has been to CTA and have met Ken and Nan. What a wonderful couple and so dedicated to the dogs. If anyone asked me to name a famous, hero couple, the only ones I could think of would be Ken and Nan. I am so sorry Nan has left us. She will be in my thoughts forever. I can see her now, standing at the Rainbow Bridge comforting all the wonderful dogs coming through. What a wonderful, caring beautiful person. She was love personified. My deepest sympathy to Ken and her family.
Wednesday March 21, 2018
Condolence From: Martha Morris Naas
Condolence: Janet, Betty & Susie, I'm sorry to hear about your Mom. She was one of the first in our area for dog training. I remember your first dog, Sparky and his brindle spots. It was such a cute name that i named one of my dogs after him. I know she will be missed by Rock Creek Kennel Club, after so many years as a member, and in the dog world in general. It was a very nice picture of her. I hope all goes well with you all and give my best wishes to your dad, Ken.

Martha Morris Naas and family
Wednesday March 21, 2018