Sherrie just recently celebrated her 20th anniversary working in the veterinary profession. Sherrie became a team member at Springfield Veterinary Center in 2003. Sherrie enjoys all aspects of her job, but she especially enjoys welcoming clients to SVC and helping them with any questions or concerns they may have.
Sherrie lives with her husband, Randy. They share their home with four dogs; Stella,Olive, Athena and Lainey . In addition to their already full home, Sherrie and Randy have a backyard pond full of goldfish and a chicken. Sherrie and Randy have one son, Trent, who lives in Kansas City. Sherrie is also an artist who works with acrylics, watercolor and mixed media. Sherrie volunteers with Boxer-Schnauzer Rescue of the Ozarks and with the Northern Cherokee Nation. Sherrie retired in November 2020 after 17 years with Springfield Veterinary Center.
Lisa entered the veterinary profession in 2001 and became a team member at Springfield Veterinary Center in 2003. She has learned many skills throughout her time in the field: she not only enjoys the more technical side of her job, but also educating clients on cat behaviors and setting up weight loss programs for pets. Lisa lives with her lab mix Zeke, Raine and Diamond the Giant Schnauzers, and four crazy felines; Bonnie, Sprocket, Fidgit, and P-nut. Lisa is also an avid motorcyclist and yoga teacher.
Sara has been employed at Springfield Veterinary Center since 2008. Sara graduated from OTC in 2008 with her AS in Business and Marketing. Sara and her husband, Greg, have two daughters! They also share their home with two dogs, Luke and Ula, and three cats, Howie, T-Postand Leonard. Sara fostered for Boxer/Schnauzer Rescue of the Ozarks until she became a foster failure and adopted Ula. Sara's hobbies include photography, gardening and hanging out with her family at the lake. She is also very gifted in problem solving computer technology.
Jordan has been employed at Springfield Veterinary Center since August 2017. She is a Kickapoo High School graduate and is currently enrolled at OTC pursuing a degree in Wildlife Biology. Jordan has three creatures in the household. Ziva, an Australian Cattle Dog, was one of our first acupuncture patients. Ejay, the Labrador Retriever adds even more energy to the household and Obi the cat just tolerates the pooches. Jordan's interest include hiking and yoga. Her favorite aspect of the veterinary profession is the wide variety of patients and she is especially interested in surgery.