Susan Hayhow, right, one of the former operators of Imagine Adoptions, arrives at the courthouse in Kitchener, Ont.
Susan Hayhow, 48, was then the executive director and spent much of her time in Africa after starting the agency on her own just four years earlier. Featured false. Machowski said.
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We have closed comments on this story for legal reasons or for abuse. Rick Hayhow, 49, was the chief financial officer after joining the agency once it had been in operation for about a year.
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