The LRCP Celebrates The Memory of

Chuck Winslow

May 11, 1945 - May 29. 2015


chuck winslowChuck Winslow, of Monrovia, Maryland, was involved in the sport of purebred dogs for over 40 years and judged since 1978.

As a young man, Mr. Winslow worked for Vernelle (Mrs. William) Kendrick, assisting with the conditioning, grooming, and exhibiting her famous Poodles of all three varieties. He became fascinated with the Brussels Griffon and purchased his foundation stock from Mrs. Eileen Street, MBE, of Skibbereen fame, from which he bred specialty and group-winning Griffs shown under the Bartestree prefix

Mr. Winslow was approved by the AKC to judge all Toys, all Non-Sporting Breeds and fully half of the Working Group. In 2012 Mr. Winslow judged Junior Showmanship at the LRCP Barebones Specialty in Leesburg, Virginia. Mr. Winslow joined the Labrador Retriever Club of the Potomac in 2012 and was elected to the Board in 2013.

Mr. Winslow worked all his life in the field of architecture and design studying scale, balance and beauty and his work has appeared on the cover and in the content of every major Shelter Publication.

Mr. Winslow lived on a small farm in Maryland with his Griff Sparks, a few yellow Labs, and a rescued foxhound.