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Employment History

Counselor
State of Oregon

Tax Specialist
Internal Revenue Service

Education

B.S.
Psychology
University of Oregon

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Guiding Eyes for the Blind: May 2006 Graduates

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Sharon Lofting and Ida

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Sharon Lofting and Ida
Sharon Lofting has come to Guiding Eyes for the Blind from Portland, Oregon for her third dog, but first from GEB.GEB was her top choice as she searched the Web for another school.Sharon liked what she learned there about what GEB had to offer.She applied and was given a quick response.Although first on her doggie dream list was a Golden Retriever, GEB wisely assigned her Ida, a slower paced, smart, sensitive and gentle female black Labrador as her guide.Sharon loves her and predicts that they will spend a wonderful life together.Sharon weighed 9 ounces at her premature birth and went home a healthy four pounder, but with little vision.She had no sight in her right eye and at the age of 18 months, wore glasses for her left eye to enable her get around.Sharon's roommate described her as "outgoing, helpful, talkative, happy, congenial and a hard worker."When asked what she likes best about herself, Sharon says, "my enjoyment of people, my spiritual walk and the fact that I feel comfortable in my skin."During her early years, she credits her grandmother for having inspired her to fulfill her dreams and to "go with the flow."After graduating from high school, Sharon received a B.S. in Psychology from the State University in Portland and later, from the University of Oregon, an M.A. in Clinical Counseling.Sharon married, and had a daughter, now 26 years old, who has presented her with a wonderful granddaughter.Sharon worked for the State of Oregon as a Counselor, and subsequently spent a 20 year period with the Internal Revenue Service as a tax specialist.She is now, at the age of 57, semi-retired, and keeps books for a non-profit organization.Sharon is multi-talented.She loves to read, and fulfilling a childhood dream, has written a short-story mystery that she hopes to have published.She writes poems as well.She fully expects that Ida will soon become a vital member of her family and will give her a gift of "fearless freedom" to move about, to travel and do so much more without imposing on others.Her next major challenge will be working as a bookkeeper and receptionist for her daughter, who is opening a dog grooming business.Her praise for Guiding Eyes for the Blind is boundless: "It is a wonderful school.


Guiding Eyes for the Blind: May 2006 Graduates

www.guidingeyes.org [cached]

Sharon Lofting and Ida

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Sharon Lofting and Ida
Sharon Lofting has come to Guiding Eyes for the Blind from Portland, Oregon for her third dog, but first from GEB. GEB was her top choice as she searched the Web for another school. Sharon liked what she learned there about what GEB had to offer. She applied and was given a quick response. Although first on her doggie dream list was a Golden Retriever, GEB wisely assigned her Ida, a slower paced, smart, sensitive and gentle female black Labrador as her guide. Sharon loves her and predicts that they will spend a wonderful life together. Sharon weighed 9 ounces at her premature birth and went home a healthy four pounder, but with little vision. She had no sight in her right eye and at the age of 18 months, wore glasses for her left eye to enable her get around. Sharon's roommate described her as "outgoing, helpful, talkative, happy, congenial and a hard worker. When asked what she likes best about herself, Sharon says, "my enjoyment of people, my spiritual walk and the fact that I feel comfortable in my skin. During her early years, she credits her grandmother for having inspired her to fulfill her dreams and to "go with the flow. After graduating from high school, Sharon received a B.S. in Psychology from the State University in Portland and later, from the University of Oregon, an M.A. in Clinical Counseling. Sharon married, and had a daughter, now 26 years old, who has presented her with a wonderful granddaughter. Sharon worked for the State of Oregon as a Counselor, and subsequently spent a 20 year period with the Internal Revenue Service as a tax specialist. She is now, at the age of 57, semi-retired, and keeps books for a non-profit organization. Sharon is multi-talented.


Guiding Eyes for the Blind: May 2006 Graduates

www.guidingeyes.org [cached]

Sharon Lofting and Ida

...
Sharon Lofting and Ida
Sharon Lofting has come to Guiding Eyes for the Blind from Portland, Oregon for her third dog, but first from GEB. GEB was her top choice as she searched the Web for another school. Sharon liked what she learned there about what GEB had to offer. She applied and was given a quick response. Although first on her doggie dream list was a Golden Retriever, GEB wisely assigned her Ida, a slower paced, smart, sensitive and gentle female black Labrador as her guide. Sharon loves her and predicts that they will spend a wonderful life together. Sharon weighed 9 ounces at her premature birth and went home a healthy four pounder, but with little vision. She had no sight in her right eye and at the age of 18 months, wore glasses for her left eye to enable her get around. Sharon's roommate described her as "outgoing, helpful, talkative, happy, congenial and a hard worker. When asked what she likes best about herself, Sharon says, "my enjoyment of people, my spiritual walk and the fact that I feel comfortable in my skin. During her early years, she credits her grandmother for having inspired her to fulfill her dreams and to "go with the flow. After graduating from high school, Sharon received a B.S. in Psychology from the State University in Portland and later, from the University of Oregon, an M.A. in Clinical Counseling. Sharon married, and had a daughter, now 26 years old, who has presented her with a wonderful granddaughter. Sharon worked for the State of Oregon as a Counselor, and subsequently spent a 20 year period with the Internal Revenue Service as a tax specialist. She is now, at the age of 57, semi-retired, and keeps books for a non-profit organization. Sharon is multi-talented.


Guiding Eyes for the Blind: May 2006 Graduates

www.guidingeyes.org [cached]

Sharon Lofting and Ida

...
Sharon Lofting and Ida
Sharon Lofting has come to Guiding Eyes for the Blind from Portland, Oregon for her third dog, but first from GEB.GEB was her top choice as she searched the Web for another school.Sharon liked what she learned there about what GEB had to offer.She applied and was given a quick response.Although first on her doggie dream list was a Golden Retriever, GEB wisely assigned her Ida, a slower paced, smart, sensitive and gentle female black Labrador as her guide.Sharon loves her and predicts that they will spend a wonderful life together.Sharon weighed 9 ounces at her premature birth and went home a healthy four pounder, but with little vision.She had no sight in her right eye and at the age of 18 months, wore glasses for her left eye to enable her get around.Sharon's roommate described her as "outgoing, helpful, talkative, happy, congenial and a hard worker."When asked what she likes best about herself, Sharon says, "my enjoyment of people, my spiritual walk and the fact that I feel comfortable in my skin."During her early years, she credits her grandmother for having inspired her to fulfill her dreams and to "go with the flow."After graduating from high school, Sharon received a B.S. in Psychology from the State University in Portland and later, from the University of Oregon, an M.A. in Clinical Counseling.Sharon married, and had a daughter, now 26 years old, who has presented her with a wonderful granddaughter.Sharon worked for the State of Oregon as a Counselor, and subsequently spent a 20 year period with the Internal Revenue Service as a tax specialist.She is now, at the age of 57, semi-retired, and keeps books for a non-profit organization.Sharon is multi-talented.She loves to read, and fulfilling a childhood dream, has written a short-story mystery that she hopes to have published.She writes poems as well.She fully expects that Ida will soon become a vital member of her family and will give her a gift of "fearless freedom" to move about, to travel and do so much more without imposing on others.Her next major challenge will be working as a bookkeeper and receptionist for her daughter, who is opening a dog grooming business.Her praise for Guiding Eyes for the Blind is boundless: "It is a wonderful school.


Guiding Eyes for the Blind: May 2006 Graduates

www.guidingeyes.org [cached]

Sharon Lofting and Ida

...
Sharon Lofting and Ida
Sharon Lofting has come to Guiding Eyes for the Blind from Portland, Oregon for her third dog, but first from GEB. GEB was her top choice as she searched the Web for another school. Sharon liked what she learned there about what GEB had to offer. She applied and was given a quick response. Although first on her doggie dream list was a Golden Retriever, GEB wisely assigned her Ida, a slower paced, smart, sensitive and gentle female black Labrador as her guide. Sharon loves her and predicts that they will spend a wonderful life together. Sharon weighed 9 ounces at her premature birth and went home a healthy four pounder, but with little vision. She had no sight in her right eye and at the age of 18 months, wore glasses for her left eye to enable her get around. Sharon's roommate described her as "outgoing, helpful, talkative, happy, congenial and a hard worker. When asked what she likes best about herself, Sharon says, "my enjoyment of people, my spiritual walk and the fact that I feel comfortable in my skin. During her early years, she credits her grandmother for having inspired her to fulfill her dreams and to "go with the flow. After graduating from high school, Sharon received a B.S. in Psychology from the State University in Portland and later, from the University of Oregon, an M.A. in Clinical Counseling. Sharon married, and had a daughter, now 26 years old, who has presented her with a wonderful granddaughter. Sharon worked for the State of Oregon as a Counselor, and subsequently spent a 20 year period with the Internal Revenue Service as a tax specialist. She is now, at the age of 57, semi-retired, and keeps books for a non-profit organization. Sharon is multi-talented.

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