Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project, Inc.
A promise made...a promise kept
Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization of volunteers dedicated to honoring the bond between humans and their animals. We are committed to maintaining a sanctuary of peace and rest for cherished pets we call family. Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project, Inc. needs your donations (tax deductible) to assist in the upkeep of the Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Park. We would appreciate your contribution.
Our mailing address is:
Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project
P.O. Box 1418
Cedar Hill, TX 75106
Our email address is:
If you would like to volunteer. We would love to have you! Send an message to the email address above.
Donate through PayPal here.
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13 National K9 Veteran's Day
2 CHPMP Meeting at 6:00pm
21 Plant flowers/trees in honor of volunteers
for Volunteer Recognition Day and Earth Day
28 4th Annual Hops & Props Beerfest
7 CHPMP Meeting at 6:00pm
19-20 Pet Expo
4 CHPMP Meeting at 6:00pm
9 CHPMP Meeting at 6:00pm
6 CHPMP Meeting at 6:00pm
9 National Pet Memorial Day
10 CHPMP Meeting at 6:00pm
20 NTGD - North Texas Giving Day
1 CHPMP Meeting at 6:00pm
27 Pet Parent Recognition Day
5 CHPMP Meeting at 6:00pm
27 Giving Tuesday
Get to know the 2018 Board of Directors
Chair, Lynn Cherry. Lynn is an avid animal lover and advocate and has been involved with various animal rescue and animal rights groups her whole life. Her and her husband are both retired, and living in Cedar Hill with their many cats and dogs. She has been involved both in statewide and local, professional and voluntary organizations since she moved to the Dallas area in the 70’s. Mrs. Cherry has been serving and assisting our non-profit since it’s inception and is committed to the success of the Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project, Inc. now and in the future.
Vice Chair, Teresa Sims. Teresa and her husband are enjoying retirement in Cedar Hill. She is the loving mom of two dogs, one daughter, and two grandchildren. Mrs. Sims has worked with CHPMP for 6 years and said seeing the progress that has been made in preservation of the historical cemetery, with the completion of The War Dog Memorial, as well as the Heroes Section honoring our Service K-9s only adds enthusiasm to what comes next!
Memorial Services Director, Thomas Neugebauer. Tom and his wife are the loving parents of three dogs, living in Cedar Hill. He first became interested in The Park after learning of the history and the fact that CHPMP saved the historic piece of property, and knew he needed to be involved.
Recording Secretary, Kathy Draxler. Kathy and her husband live in Cedar Hill. They are the proud parents of three dogs, two children, and three grandchildren. Mrs. Draxler is busy in the community through the Chamber of Commerce and other volunteerism. She has always been an avid animal lover. Recording Secretary is the third position she’s held on our board. As Kathy is an extremely devoted volunteer to CHPMP.
Treasurer, Judith Calvert. Judy and her husband live in Cedar Hill with their two dogs. After many years of driving past the pet cemetery, she saw a social media message asking for volunteers. She thought her management skills would be helpful to the organization. Mrs. Calvert grew up on a farm, so animals have always been dear to her heart and is looking forward to the new adventures of CHPMP.
Fundraising Director, Lisa Mayfield. Lisa was born and raised in Cedar Hill and is familiar with the historic pet cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Mayfield are big dog lovers, currently having 3 fur babies. Lisa enjoys helping others learn how to train their dogs, pet first aid and CPR. She said pets are so important to us all, the cemetery provides a place for both the pets and their people.
Public Relations Director, Tiffany D. Gillen. Tiffany is from Waxahachie. She is a huge animal lover, currently having five dogs and one cat. As Bennie Jett’s pet sitter until her passing. Ms. Gillen was aware of the property abandonment from the beginning. She wants to reassure those families that they made the correct decision in placing their beloved pet there. Making sure all pets will rest in peace and will always be secured.
Police Liaison, Brandon Kramer. Brandon is currently a peace officer. Mr. and Mrs. Kramer are the proud parents of a retired police K9. He is a business man owning two companies. Brandon got involved for the Shadow Fund so that he could bring awareness to other K9 handlers about the program that will help them with medical bills when their partner retires. He also enjoys helping old handlers prepare a place for them to remember their K9 once they pass on.
Attorney of Records, Kimberly Cobb Pinkerton.
The Cedar Hill Pet Memorial Project, Inc. is composed of volunteers. If you would like to join us, please send an email to email@example.com. We would love to have you. The positions still available are: Site and Facilities Director, Volunteer Coordinator and Veterinarian Liaison.
This Texas weather is going crazy, as usual. Just as we humans, have trouble adjusting to the highs one day and lows of the temperatures the next day, our pets do too.
Please keep them in mind each day as you decide how your day will be according to the weather. If it's too cold, bring them in. If it's too windy, bring them in. If it's too hot, bring them in.