Posted Date: April 12, 2010
USDAA President Kenneth Tatsch honored Kathy as a Pioneer of Dog Agility.
Dog On It Agility Club of Central Florida (DOI), one of the oldest established agility clubs in its state, recently said "Goodbye" to charter and founding member Kathy Gregorieff, who retired and is moving to Maryland. For more than 20 years, Kathy promoted agility in the US and introduced countless potential competitors to the sport. In 1994, Kathy received a Meritorious Service Award from USDAA President Kenneth Tatsch, earning her a place in the USDAA Dog Agility Hall of Fame for her contributions to agility's growth in the state of Florida. Read more about Kathy's contribution to the sport here.
In late March, USDAA President Kenneth Tatsch travelled to Florida to honor Kathy and to recognize her place in the USDAA Hall of Fame as a "Pioneer of Dog Agility". Kathy is surprised by all the attention. She says, "I can't believe all the fuss! I am really going to miss all the Florida agility people. They are the greatest!"
Photo courtesy of Debra Smith and Jill Gregorieff.