Our Adults . . .
This page is currently under construction. Due
to our recent computer crash and losing all of
our images we no longer have images of our
adults to post. We will be retaking these photos
in the near future. We apologize about this
To those of you who have been waiting for us to
update this page, tradegy struct our family in
the fall of 2015 shortly after our computer
crashed. A former H.S. student of Amy’s that
lived here on the farm with us for two years was
diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma. She no longer
lived with us but was still very much a part of
our family. We spent the summer of 2015 (when
we thought that we would get the photos taken
for this page) with Natalee afraid that it would
be some of the last times that we would have
with her. We were unfortunately correct. On
Sept. 11, 2015 with Amy by her side at the age
of 24, Natalee left this earth to live in her
heavenly home. We appreciate all of your
patiences and understand with us as we move
forward. Please pray for all of those who have
cancer and for their families. Cancer is such a
Rest In Peace Nat! We know that you are
watching down on us! We love you.
Darrell, Amy & Jadin
This image is one of our little
darlings doing what she does best,
showing. She absolutely loves to
show everyone in the show ring
what she is made up. She is being
handled in this image by Darrell.
© Pocket Beagles USA
Update on our adult photos . . .
God is really putting our family to the test. We planned on taking the photos the summer of
2016 but tradegy, yet again, struck our family. At 7 AM on May 19, 2016 my only sibling’s
only child (age 20) was involved in a one vehicle, roll-over accident. He was neither texting
nor on his phone. He did not have a blow-out, no drugs, no alcohol, and was well rested . . .
we just do not know what happened. He was only three miles from his home. We are
speculating that an animal may have ran out in front of him. He suffered a TBI and passed
away seven days after the accident. He was an organ donor. He saved up to
with his gifts.
He was a Christian, as are we. Therefore, we know that we will be seeing him again.
This is what is getting us through this great loss. He was like a son to Darrell and Amy.
He was Jadin’s only cousin, best friend and role model.
Friends and family have established an organization in honor of Triston. If you are
interested in learning more about his story please go to TEAM TRISTON Foundation on
Facebook. We will be having a celebration of life on what would have been Triston’s 21st
birthday, March 11th. We will have a silent auction & a pie/cake auction on that day. All funds
raised will go towards scholarships for high school students as well as to raise awareness about
the importance of Organ Donation. We have that little, red heart! Do you?