Walter Brasch – Mourning a Voice Lost

wbA gifted writer. An unwavering voice for compassion. A strong and powerful advocate for the environment and the humane treatment of animals. Someone who never gave up. Ever. Big hearted. Caustic. A watchdog.  A passionate educator. That was Walter Brasch.

A man who championed the underdog. A hard fighter for what is right. A critic of cowardice by politicians. A loyal friend. A prolific and eloquent spokesman for the end of live pigeon shoots  A believer until the end that he would write the final column signaling the end of the cruel shoots. An admirer of advocates for justice.  That was Walter Brasch.
And he was so much more…

Walter is irreplaceable. Walter will be greatly missed by all of us at Humane PA.

Walter was a prolific writer and we would like to share some of his blogs with you:

Cowardice Plagues Pa. House of Representatives    October 2014

Gun Control Politics of Virtue       October 2014

The Politics of Animal Cruelty    September 2014

Slaughtering God’s Dog    Feb 2014

Pennsylvanians Support Pigeon Shoot Ban   November 2013

Shooting live pigeons in a confined area isn’t a sport   August 2012

Olympians Medal in London, While the NRA Meddles in Harrisburg   August 2012

Pennsylvania Legislators Shoot Down Pigeons—Again   Dec. 2011

Hunting for Courageous Legislators: Pennsylvania Continues to Lead USA in Animal Cruelty   September 2010

Squabbling Over the Pigeon Bill: Pennsylvania Legislature May Shoot Down an Anti-Cruelty Animal Bill   June 2008

DA Refuses to Prosecute Animal Cruelty Case   March 2010

The Making of a Pigeon Activist  September 1999blog 3

Rest in Peace Walter. We will miss you.

 

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2 Comments on “Walter Brasch – Mourning a Voice Lost”

  1. Jacki York
    February 13, 2017 at 2:06 pm #

    I was unaware of these columns and this talented writer. I will be reading more.

    It does occur to me however, that perhaps animal advocates, of which I consider myself one, could take a page from the NRA’s playbook. Shouldn’t we be giving grades to legislators?

    I know that we can review their voting records but a quick glance to see an A or a F would be great! While I am a strong proponent of compassion, I see nothing like wrong with having state legislators fear animal advocates a little.

  2. September 4, 2017 at 7:09 pm #

    Beautiful tribute to Walter. I’m sorry I didn’t find this post until today. He will be missed by many. And thank you for the links to Walter’s articles on Dandelion Salad.

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