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After encountering a Basset Hound rescue league soliciting volunteers at a local parade near her home in East Michigan, Margaret Ann Dimond began fostering dogs. This activity has become a major pursuit for her, and she has fostered and placed over 45 dogs. Margaret Ann Dimond also participated in the Basset Waddl… Read More
After encountering a Basset Hound rescue league soliciting volunteers at a local parade near her home in East Michigan, Margaret Ann Dimond began fostering dogs. This activity has become a major pursuit for her, and she has fostered and placed over 45 dogs. Margaret Ann Dimond also participated in the Basset Waddle, an event in Birmingham, Michigan, that raised funds for charity. Beyond Basset Hounds, she expanded her activity to the rescue of golden retrievers as well, and eventually she kept one of the rescues, an elderly Golden Retriever that with her care ended up flourishing for another seven years.

In addition to rescuing dogs, Ms. Dimond plays golf, which she has enjoyed for over 30 years. As a board member of Great Oaks Country Club, she helped organize events to promote the sport among women. Her charitable interests include Cub Scouts and the Gleaners Food Bank.

Ms. Dimond serves as an assistant professor on the faculty of Michigan State University, where she conducts research and teaches graduate students. She earned her bachelor’s degree at Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana, majoring in sociology and history. Read Less
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