John G. Gliege - LANA Director
August 3, 1948 – February 21, 2010
After a short battle with pancreatic cancer, John G. Gliege, 61, passed away with his family by his side, on February 21, 2010 at his home in Kendrick Park near Flagstaff , Arizona . He was born August 3, 1948 in Chicago , IL , to Jane (Heidke) and Gerhardt J. Gliege Sr.
John moved to Arizona in 1965 from Illinois and attended college at Arizona State University where he also earned his law degree. John was a long time resident of Flagstaff , AZ , moving there in 1980. He worked as a rural community attorney throughout Arizona and as a professor of law. He had a life-long passion for horses, especially Lipizzans. John also enjoyed playing guitar, traveling, ballroom dancing, creating community, and lived life like there was no tomorrow. John had a giving spirit; his home and heart were a haven for many.
He is survived by his mother Jane (Roy) Heidke, sister Carolyn (Charles) Wait, companion, Marjorie Chinnock, his children, Gerhardt (Lisa), Stephanie, and Kristine Gliege, Pete (Laura) Sartorello, Tina (Gary) Steffensen, three grandchildren, two nieces, two nephews, and a multitude of friends and colleagues. He was preceded in death by his father, Gerhardt J. Gliege Sr.
A memorial service will be held at St. Pius Church (San Francisco Di Asis Parish) located at 2257 E. Cedar Ave., Flagstaff, AZ 86004, on Saturday, February 27 at 11:00 am.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in John’s name to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (www.pancan.org) or in support of the family to “RLR” at Chase Bank (account #: 122100024-643458011).
Effective 10/1/2009, a completed All-Breeds Declaration Form must accompany all breed or performance registry papers for a horse to be declared for the USDF All-Breeds Program. The All-Breeds Declaration Form is located on the USDF Web site.
The deadline to submit breed or performance registry papers and the All-Breeds Declaration Form is August 1st of the current competition year, in order to be eligible for USDF All-Breeds Awards.
Owners of horses without breed or performance registry papers that will be inspected during the months of August and September should contact USDF prior to August 1st for declaration instructions.
Check the USDF Web site to verify that your horse has been declared, verify your horse has been accepted by the breed or performance registry, verify award requirements and finally, to follow theAdequan®/USDF All-Breeds Preliminary Awards Standings. Learn more about the Adequan®/USDF All-Breeds Awards Program (pdf file).
For questions regarding the Adequan®/USDF All-Breeds Program, contact the USDF Competitions Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 859-971-7722.
Regretfully the LANA Board announces that Connie Michelletti of Carrousel Farm of Sublimity, Oregon has been suspended because of lack of compliance with registration, DNA and transfers procedures. Despite repeated requests to cure inadequate paperwork (and in many cases no paperwork), third party purchasers have been unable to register their horses. At this point the third party purchasers are notified to pursue other legal remedies until such time as the paperwork and evidence of DNA testing has been provided to the purchasers to register their horses.
Look for Michael Poulin riding Favory Rubina in Dressage Shows. This lovely stallion, owned by our own LANA Board member, Gary Lashinsky, is doing very well in competition, qualifying for points in the USEF/USDF. Dr. Oulehla, former Director of the SRS and also a member of the LANA Board of Directors, has been involved with Gary Lashinsky’s breeding and training program.