Louise Eimers-Grant distinguished herself by becoming a world champion breeder of Boston Terriers, and she made many of them champions. Her first international champion and winner of Best of Breed at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City, NY, was "Grant's Royal Command I" also known as "Gus" in 1956. Her last international champion and winner of Best of Breed at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City, NY, was "Royale Command's Ebony Prince I" also known as "Bobby" (1980). Louise's Boston Terriers won Best of Breed at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City, NY, many times from 1956 to the early 1980’s.
Louise was born to George Adolph Eimers and Emma Augusta Koehn-Eimers on May 23, 1909. She had beautiful green eyes and sandy blonde hair. Louise married Parker Ulysses Grant in 1927, and they were married until his death in 1980. They had two daughters and one son as follows: Shirley Nadine Grant 5/20/1927 to 3/20/2008, Parker Grant, Jr. 6/22/1928 to Unknown, and Jacqueline Jean Grant-Perreault 5/14/1931 to 6/28/2012. Louise practiced her Christian beliefs in her daily life through her kind treatment of people. She was also a wonderful cook and homemaker.
She is sorely missed daily by members of her immediate family and members of her extended family who all love her very much.
Parker Ulysses Grant
1900–1980 (m. 1927)