- Alumni Resources
- Vet Alumni Association
- Subscribe to our newsletter
- Giving to the College
- Update your mailing address
- Annual Conference and Reunion
The section below was last updated May 12, 2011
Barry A. Ball (DVM 1981) has accepted the position of the Albert G. Clay Endowed Chair in Equine Reproduction at the University of Kentucky’s Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center (5th item). Ball joined the UK Department of Veterinary Science as a faculty member in December 2010.
The section below was last updated January 20, 2011
Jan. 17, The State (Columbia, S.C.): Aiken horse doctors prepare practice for future. Aiken Equine Professional Associations, owned by Dr. John Haddon, recently passed into the hands of UGA CVM alum Dr. Mitch Byrd (DVM '95), who owns Equine Veterinary Services in Southern Pines, N.C. The clinic will be named Aiken Equine Associates.
Jan. 10, The (Macon) Telegraph: Veterinary board elects officers. The Georgia State Board of Veterinary Medicine held its meeting Dec. 1. The board elected the following 2011 officers Henry Bohn (DVM '62), Marietta, president, and Edsel Davis (DVM '70), Macon, vice president. Bohn and Davis are both alums of the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Doris Miller (DVM '76) received the E.P. Pope Memorial Award on November 14, 2010, during the 53rd Annual Meeting of the AAVLD in Minneapolis, Minn. The Pope Award is the highest award given by the AAVLD and is presented to an individual who has made noteworthy and significant contributions to the AAVLD with regard to implementing and advancing the recognition of the specialty of veterinary diagnostic laboratory medicine.
The section below was last updated January 4, 2011.
The family of the late Dr. J. Fred Wheeler (DVM '53) kick off the annual J. Fred Wheeler Memorial Pet Tree campaign in Martinsville, Va. http://www.martinsvillebulletin.com/article.cfm?ID=26357
Dr. Lisa Nolan (DVM '88, MS '89, PhD '92), becomes dean of the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine, effective January 15. Nolan is the first female dean of the ISU veterinary college.
Dr. Donna Thompson (DVM 1991) is featured in the Atlanta Magazine article, "Alone on the Grange" (The College is also mentioned in the article), about practicing rural veterinary medicine.
Dr. Jenifer Gustafson (DVM '91) and her son, Richard, are featured in the Athens Banner-Herald story, "For mother and son, family ties bind - especially in a war zone."
Dr. Bruce Hollett (DVM '72) is the namesake of the new Uga mascot, "Big Bad Bruce." http://www.vet.uga.edu/pr/big-bad-bruce.php
Dr. Gabriella Flacke (DVM '03) was profiled in the Bradley University (Peoria, IL) Alumni Association's Alumni Spotlight
Dr. Robert Phillips (PhD, Medical Microbiology, 1972) is profiled in K-State's alumni magazine.
'Dog Doctor' values one-on-one care: Veterinarian has treated pets for 36 years. Profile of Dr. Richard Gayle (DVM '72). http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/2010-05-27/veterinarian-has-treated-pets-36-years
Stanford's Sister Act: NCAAs offer Burdettes a chance to visit family. Article is about the Burdette family: father Alan is a 1978 DVM grad and his oldest children, Andy and Erin, are currently enrolled in the College (both DVM 2012); the two younger children play tennis and were in Athens for the NCAA championships held at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex.
Dr. John Still Tends to Creatures, Both Great and Small. Profile of John Hayes (DVM '63), who won the A.M. Mills Award from Alpha Psi this year.
The first "Bulldog 100" was announced earlier this year, featuring the top 100 businesses owned by UGA alumni. Listed among this elite group are:
• Brett Levitizke (DVM '00; #27 Veterinary Emergency & Referral Group)
• Stephanie Jordan (DVM ’92), Jeff Jordan (DVM ’92) and Jeff Brantley (DVM ’90; #66 Brantley & Jordan Animal Hospital)
• Lyn Lewis (DVM '02, #73 Appalachian Animal Hospital)
• Kenneth Cato (DVM '83), Doris Cato (DVM '83), and Bruce Bowen (DVM '83; #86 Royston Animal Hospital)
For the full list
Dr. Kate Patterson (DVM '09) is in her first year of a laboratory animal medicine residency and post-doctoral program at the University of Michigan Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine at the University of Michigan medical school. The third year of the residency program features the opportunity to join a research laboratory and complete a project that will provide the opportunity for hands-on research experience and a first author publication. Kate plans to complete her research project in the laboratories of the Section of Vascular Surgery. She plans to attend and give a presentation at the National Meeting of the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science in the fall of 2010 in Atlanta.
The section below was last updated May 17, 2010
Dr. Bonnie Ballard (DVM '94) won the 2009 Rick Perkins Teacher of the Year award at Gwinnett Technical College. The award is peer-nominated, and this was the second time Dr. Ballard has won; she received the award previously in 2001.
Dr. Amy Harrison (DVM '96) has been employed at the Coral Springs Animal Hospital since 2002 and recently opened up a 40,000 square foot facility. It encompasses emergency/critical care, specialty services (cardiology, neurology, dermatology, surgery, internal medicine, oncology and behavioral medicine) and general practitioner care.
Dr. Matt Booth (DVM '97) has entered the realm of practice ownership as a partner in the Alpenglow Veterinary Specialty + Emergency Center, one of the most advanced specialty and emergency centers in Colorado. The center will perform certain aspects of cardiology and critical care that can typically only be obtained in a university setting.
Dr. Booth grew up in Virginia Beach, Va., and was an avid surfer and alpine skier. During veterinary school, he was employed as a veterinary technician at South Athens Animal Clinic and with the critical care unit at the University. This experience led Dr. Booth to recognize his passion for small animal emergency and critical care. After graduation, he began working at the Animal Emergency Clinic of Augusta, where there was a great shortage of emergency veterinarians.
Through mentorship by Dr. Roger Gfeller, DACVECC, Dr. Booth became the primary emergency clinician for everything from motor vehicular trauma to massive bee envenomation. In 1999, Dr. Booth moved to Boulder County, Colo., where he has continued to practice critical care, emergency medicine and surgery. He lives in Boulder County with his wonderful wife, Jen, a sweet daughter, Ashley, and new son, Blake.
Dr. Edith Rogers (DVM '03) recently joined Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital in Atlanta. An Atlanta native, Dr. Rogers previously served as a staff veterinarian at Adobe Animal Hospital in Palo Alto, Calif., a 21-doctor practice open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. She began practicing small animal medicine in Beverly Hills at the Miller Robertson Animal Hospital.
After completing her DVM, Dr. Rogers completed a one-year rotating internship at the Animal Medical Center in Manhattan, New York's largest facility for animal care, research, and education with over 90 veterinarians and average of 50,000 cases a year.
In April 2009, Dr. Rogers returned to Atlanta with her family. Dr. Rogers lives in Buckhead with her husband, Michael, their son Paul, their dogs Jack and Lucy, and their cat Phoebe.
Dr. David Moore (DVM '77) was sworn in as a Special Government Employee and member of the U.S. Air Force Scientific Advisory Board. He is the only life scientist on the SAB and the first veterinarian to serve as a member.
Dr. Moore is a Senior Market Manager in the Joint Interagency Group within the National Security Global Business at the Battelle Eastern Science and Technology (BEST) Center in Aberdeen, Md. After receiving his DVM, he earned a PhD in physiology from Emory University School of Medicine in 1984. He has board certification from the American Board of Toxicology and the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine.
Dr. Joe Bartges (DVM '87) received the 2009 B. Ray Thompson, Sr. Outstanding Faculty Performance Award from the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture. Bartges is the Acree Endowed Chair of Small Animal Research and professor of medicine and nutrition and at the University of Tennessee CVM. This award recognizes excellence in teaching and service to the Institute of Agriculture.
He previously received the Pfizer Carl J. Norden Distinguished Teacher Award in 2000 and 2008, the UT National Alumni Association Excellence in Teaching Award in 2007, the UGA Veterinary Alumni Association Young Achiever Award in 1997, and was the Coughlin Distinguished Professor lecturer for the UT Alumni Conference in 2009.
His research interests are in urinary tract disorders (particularly minimally invasive management of urinary stone disease, urinary cancer, incontinence, idiopathic cystitis in cats, renal failure and urinary tract infections) and nutrition (particularly nutritional management of disease).
He has two children: Patrice, a sophomore at Maryville College in Maryville, Tenn., and Garrick, a sophomore at West High School in Knoxville, Tenn.
Dr. Shelley Baumann (DVM '02) and her husband had their first child, Ty Christopher Baumann, on January 26, 2009. He weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 21 inches long.
Dr. Kristen Remlinger McFarland (DVM '06) had a baby girl, Madelyn Elizabeth McFarland, on May 16,2008. She weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces, and was 20.5 inches long. Since then, she has been working as a part-time relief veterinarian in the Suwanee, Ga., area.
Dr. Matt Booth (DVM '97) and wife Jen have two Future Dawgs: daughter Ashley Brooke Booth was born May 23, 2007, and son Adam Blake Booth was born March 5, 2009.
Dr. Amy Harrison (DVM '96) and her husband Bill welcomed their first child, Jaxson William Kierl, on December 18, 2007.
Dr. Stan Baker (DVM '08) was featured in the September 2009 issue of Georgia Magazine.
August 19, 2009, Foam Magazine: Profile of Dr. Hollis-Ann Stewart (DVM '08), who recently moved to Hawaii.
June 4, VPR: Dr. Kristin Haas (DVM '95) was featured on Vermont Public Radio in a feature about the shortage of large animal veterinarians.
June 3, 2009, LiketheDew.com: "Too Good a Man," a column about alum Dr. Dilmus Blackmon (DVM '56), written by his neice.
May 26, 2009, CarolinaNewsWire.com: Gentle Care Animal Hospital Announces New Additions to Veterinary Team. Dr. Jennifer E. Parker (DVM '00) joined Gentle Care Animal Hospital in Raleigh, N.C.
May 1, 2009, BloodHorse.com: Five Appointed to KY Racing Authority. Dr. Foster Northrup (DVM '89) was one of five appointed to the Kentucky Horse Racing Authority.
Wayland F. "Buddy" Hogan (DVM '55) is retiring after 50 years as founder and owner of South Ocala (Fla.) Animal Clinic. Hogan is the founder of Project PUP (Pets Uplifting People), an organization of volunteers who share friendly pets with people in convalescent centers, hospitals and Hospice. His clinic has also become known for its sense of humor, wherein first-time clients receive a small collection of "Dog Haiku."
James Peeples (DVM '61) of Hickory, NC, has retired from mixed animal practice after 45 years as owner and operator of Viewmont Animal Clinic. His advice for future veterinary students: You must have a love for animals and compassion, a good work ethic, and make good grades. "It's hard to get into veterinary colleges."
Jimmy Gates (DVM '66) of Farmville, Va., placed fifth in his age bracket at the Richmond Marathon last fall, finishing with a time of 2:03:16—which is 9 min., 24 sec./mile!
Terry Noble (DVM '70) has published a book, "Starting at Sea Level" (Foggy River Books, 2007) about how his childhood experiences shaped his ambitions for a veterinary career and life. Noble is retired from 12 years of veterinary practice in Colorado and Maryland and from an animal vaccine research company he founded on 1985. He and his wife have lived on a ranch in Montana since he sold the company in 1997.
Tracy Land (DVM '87) of Dawson County, Ga., was selected as a finalist in Animal Planet's 2008 Hero of the Year. Land has dedicated her life to prevent cruelty, neglect, and needless deaths by fighting overpopulation through spaying and neutering pets. Since 1996 she has operated Project Spay/Neuter to provide low-cost sterilization for low-income families, performing more than 55,000 spays and neuters at or below cost.
Mark Lloyd (DVM '89) of Watkinsville, Ga., was appointed last year as Medical Director of the Emergency Services division of the Humane Society of the U.S. He also is a private consultant in wildlife, management and medicine, as well as in strategic planning for husbandry, health and institutional disaster planning.
Laura Smallwood, who completed her residency in internal medicine at UGA in 1989, has opened Saint Francis Animal Care Center of Decatur (Ga.), a clinic that serves patients with serious chronic or terminal illnesses. Dr. Jenifer Trimble Newton (DVM '92) is on staff at the clinic as a board-certified veterinary surgeon. Dr. Clarence Rawlings, UGA CVM professor emeritus, served as consultant on the new facility.
Laura Ann Yetzina (DVM '06) and James Daniel Holmes were married April 4, 2008, in Kona, Hawaii. A Hawaiian lei ceremony was performed prior to the wedding vows. Yetzina is a veterinarian at Royston (Ga.) Animal Hospital.
Dean A. Campbell (DVM '06) opened a veterinary clinic, Heart of Georgia Animal Care, in Milledgeville, Ga., in June 2008. The 1941 building was refurbished to include 4,000 square feet of hospital space, plus an addition on the back will provide 3,370 square feet for an ICU, cages and enclosed runs.
Banfield, The Pet Hospital®, the nation's largest private veterinary practice, hired ten graduates from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. Banfield employs more than 1,000 veterinarians nationwide. Among the UGA graduates hired are Ken Mullis (DVM '76) in Southlake, Ga.; Ava Lambert (DVM '82) in Kennesaw, Ga.; Melissa Butts (DVM '92) in Frederick, Md.; Kimberly Dusza, (DVM '94) in Bradenton, Fla.; Jeff Conrad (DVM '01) in Mill Creek, Ga.; Christine Sineath (DVM '07) in Bluffton, SC; Ian Scholer (DVM '07) in Lawrenceville, Ga.; Cecily Haught (DVM '08) in Suwanee, Ga.; Stephanie Smith (DVM '08) in Jacksonville, NC; and Latoya Hannon (DVM '08) in Houston, Texas.
Dr. Laura Hanson (DVM '81) opened Mill Creek Veterinary Hospital in downtown Clarkesville, Ga., in January 2009.
Dr. Ben Griffiths (DVM '56) is mentioned in an Athens Banner-Herald column by Loren Smith, January 27, 2009.
Dr. Jim McClearen (DVM '74), president of the GVMA, joined the Lake Chatuge Animal Hospital in Young Harris, Ga.
Dr. Michelle Tilghman (DVM '82) has been selected to serve on the Petpop.com panel of Health Experts, formed to address member questions about their pet's health. She is on the faculty of IVAS and has taught across North America and Europe.
Dr. Leslie Lathem, DVM '86, is profiled in the Covington News: "Local veterinarian also a lover of the arts, environment."
Joseph Bartges, former UGA Professor and current Professor of Medicine and Nutrition at the University of Tennessee, was awarded a UT National Alumni Association Outstanding Teacher Award. He currently holds the Acree Family Chair in Small Animal Research.
Henry E. Bohn (DVM '62) was recently appointed to the State Board of Veterinary Medicine by Governor Sonny Perdue. Bohn is an associate and veterinarian at the East Cobb Veterinary Clinic in Marietta, Ga.
Karen Bradley (DVM '96) of Montpelier, Vt., was elected as the 2007-2008 AVMA alternate delegate for the Vermont VMA.
Steve Bowen (DVM '71) of El Centro, Calif., was featured in the Eagleteer, the Journal of the National Eagle Scout Association, as a trail veterinarian for the 35th Annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race held in Alaska last year. Bowen is an Eagle Scout who, along with entire team of veterinarians, cared for 1,132 dogs along the 1,100-mile race from Anchorage to Nome.
Kathleen Carr (DVM '85) recently retired from active duty in the Army and has relocated to a farm in Sharpsburg, Md., adjacent to Antietam Battlefield.
Christina Bobek Chambreau (DVM '80) of Sparks Glencoe, Md., spent last fall traveling and lecturing on homeopathic medicine to the World Small Animal Veterinary Congress in Prague, Czech Republic, and for the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy's annual conference in Monterey, Ca. She also spoke on holistic farming for the Weston A. Price conference in Virginia.
Charles Deriso (DVM '02) of Albany, Ga., joined Security Bank as an advisory director.
Louise Dufour-Zavala (MAM '89) of Oakwood, Ga., has been named Executive Director of the Georgia Poultry Laboratory Network. Dr. Dufour-Zavala, who served as interim director, came to the Lab in 1997 as Chief Veterinarian and Head of the Clinical Services Department. She is a Diplomate with the American College of Poultry Veterinarians.
Whitney Eure (DVM '95) of Asheville, N.C., was selected by the AVMA as the 2007-2008 AVMA Congressional Science and Executive Branch Fellows. He has been a small animal practitioner in the public and corporate arenas and has also worked with endangered species within the U.S. and abroad. He is a member of the International Sea Turtle Society and the North Carolina VMA.
Jose Feneque (DVM '96) of Conyers, Ga., is co-owner of Veterinary Medical Center of Clayton.
Kelly Fleming (DVM '03) of Athens, Ga., was recently named Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM). Dr. Fleming currently is a faculty member in UGA's College of Veterinary Medicine Large Animal Teaching Hospital.
Christopher Hall (MS '93, PhD '00) of Acworth, Ga., was promoted to associate professor with tenure at Berry College.
Charles Hamner (DVM '60) of Chapel Hill, N.C., was featured in the July 2007 issue of Business Leader for his work in connection with the CIIT in the Research Triangle Park in North Carolina, which was recently renamed the Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences. "The Hamner" is an independent, non-profit organization that unites academia, the private sector, and government to conduct translational research for improved human risk assessment and the development of new and safer medicines.
Fred Hopkins (DVM '70) of Sevierville, Tenn., received the Excellence in Extension Award from Gamma Sigma Delta. The agriculture honor society presents the award to an extension staff member who has made an outstanding contribution, either directly or indirectly related, to agriculture and related disciplines. Hopkins is a University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine professor and Extension Veterinarian with the Department of Animal Science. He is also a Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists.
John S. Howland (DVM '97) opened White Oak Veterinary Hospital last year in Fletcher, N.C., a suburb of Asheville.
Stephen Jones (DVM '85) of Moncks Corner, S.C., has been named the 2008 South Carolina Veterinarian of the Year presented by the SCVMA. He also was elected to the Board of Directors of the American Heartworm Society in 2007.
Kathy Jordan (DVM '06) of Piedmont, SC, is now practicing at the Cornelia Veterinary Clinic.
James Kay (DVM '69) of Douglasville, Ga., was named to the state's Consumer Advisory Board by Gov. Sonny Perdue.
Gwynne Kinley (DVM '95) of Sandwich, Mass., recently married Captain Shannon Todd Way, U.S. Army, in January 2007 and had a baby in September. She also started a 3-year veterinary pathology residency at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology and was featured in Clemson World for her work with the all-women team to improve the livestock in Yemen. Her programs as a U.S. Army veterinarian in the Horn of Africa from 2006-2007 have also been featured on PBS.
Robert Melvin Kuhn (DVM '52) of Stuart, Fla., was recognized with the 2006 Florida Veterinary Medical Association Lifetime Achievement Award. Kuhn owned and operated a mixed animal practice in Stuart for 26 years before retiring in 1986. He also was the veterinarian for the Ivan Tors Movie Studio which filmed the "Gentle Ben" series in South Florida; he cared for a wide variety of animals, including bears, lions, tigers, ostriches, alligators, and other wild animals. He served as the Deputy District Governor, founder and past president of the Treasure Coast Veterinary Association, and served three years on the FVMA Executive Board. He also was involved in a virus research program with Cornell University, as well as cattle vaccine research. Dr. Kuhn has been a generous supporter to the College through the many years of his distinguished career.
Julia M. Lee (PhD '62) was recently appointed to the State Board of Veterinary Medicine by Governor Perdue. Lee is the associate dean of the Dewar College of Education and a professor of special education at Valdosta State University.
Brett Levitzke (DVM '00) of Veterinary Emergency & Referral Group in New York was profiled in the Brooklyn Heights Press & Cobble Hill News.
Margaret Linnell (DVM '00) of Berwick, Maine, bought a veterinary practice, South Berwick Veterinary Hospital. Linnell has been in small-animal practice for eight years since she graduated summa sum laude from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. She's practiced in Lawrence, Mass., and most recently in northern Vermont.
Eugene Maddox (DVM '59) of Cairo, Ga., was named the 2006 Veterinarian of the Year by the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association.
Billy Manning (DVM '75) was featured in the Wilson Times in Wilson, NC, for his career and recent expansion to his animal clinic, For the Love of Dogs, that will include a new surgical area, a post-op area and a state-of-the-art radiography equipment. Manning also recently held a fund-raiser at his facility and raised $14,000 for the dog rescue and adoption organization in Wilson, N.C.
Gordon Miller (DVM '63) of Wilkesboro, N.C., retired from his position as senior vice president of veterinary services with Tyson Foods in 2004 and was recently inducted into the North Carolina Poultry Federation Hall of Fame.
Holly Mims (DVM '03) of Graham, N.C., accepted a position as Internal Medicine Doctor for the Veterinary Specialty Hospital of the Carolinas. Mims will be responsible for treating referral patients from area veterinarians who have diseases of the endocrine, intestinal, renal and respiratory systems. She now works at both the Cary and Raleigh facilities.
Lee Myers (DVM '84) of Good Hope, Ga., is serving as the first USDA State-Federal Liaison for the National Veterinary Stockpile stationed at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. Her principal responsibilities will be to work with State agriculture officials to help plan, train, and exercises their ability to respond to animal health emergencies and to coordinate actions and serve as the principle point of contact with the Human Strategic National Stockpile at CDC. She was formerly Georgia's State Veterinarian.
Ed Neal (DVM '88) of Woodruff, S.C., has been deployed to Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo as a U.S. Army veterinarian. Dr. Neal proudly serves as a captain in the U.S. Army Reserves.
Lisa Nolan (DVM '88) of Ames, Iowa, joined the Iowa State University faculty in 2003. She is the executive chair of the College of Veterinary Medicine, as well as professor and chair of the college's Department of Veterinary Microbiology and Preventive Medicine. She and her laboratory group study bacterial diseases that affect production animals, placing special emphasis on E. coli.
Lauren E. Reid (DVM '05) of Raleigh, N.C., was hired by The Veterinary Specialty Hospital of the Carolinas to provide surgical, emergency, and critical care services.
Poag Reid (DVM '71) of Anderson, S.C., received a full-length feature article in the Independent Mail for his extensive and accomplished career in equine veterinary medicine. Dr. Reid and his practice, Creek Run Veterinary Clinic on the banks of Three & Twenty Creek in the foothills of northern Anderson County, are known nationally for treating and breeding horses.
Les Sales (DVM '73) of Crawfordville, Ga., was awarded the Commercial Cattleman of the Year by the Wilkes County Cattlemen's Association. Sales is active in the Georgia Veterinary Society, the Wild Turkey Federation, and "has been a driving force in the upkeep of the McGill-Woodruff Ag Center."
Leigh Sheridan (DVM '02) has been studying Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and is working as a veterinary acupuncturist in Columbia, S.C., with a special interest in cats. Sheridan's blog featuring her work is at http://integratedcatmed.blogspot.com.
Shannon Sturkie Bennett (DVM '06) has been practicing behavior medicine and soft tissue surgery in Atlanta for the last year.
Laura Vaughn (PhD '07), who received her doctor of philosophy degree in medical microbiology, is currently employed by the USDA in Athens.
Lawrence Wienges, Jr. (DVM '79) of Orangeburg, S.C., gave a presentation of the devastation created by Hurricane Katrina to the Rotary Club of St. Matthews. He and 66 members of Trinity Presbyterian Church spent a week in the devastated Mississippi area, where they built three houses.
Dr. Wayland D. Andrews (DVM '54)
Dr. Charles Rigdon (DVM '52)
Dr. Frank Dexter Boone (DVM '69)
Dr. John J. Clark (DVM '53)
Dr. Joseph J. Johnson (DVM '54)
Dr. William H. Watson (DVM '50)
Kenneth Fortson, (DVM '76), Social Circle, Ga.
D. John Williams III (DVM '53), Watkinsville, Ga.
Harry Lee Kemp (DVM '78), Camilla, Ga.
Benjamin R. Page Jr. (DVM '52), Young Harris, Ga.
David L. Brown, Jr. (DVM '55), Lake City, S.C.
Diedrich O. Beusse (DVM '58), Lakemont, Ga.
Julian Lamar Veatch (DVM '53), Louisville, Ga.
Stephen P. Maxwell (DVM '78), Prince George, Va.
John Thomas Bell (DVM '52), Starkville, Miss.
Millard V. Morrison (DVM '54), Broadway, Va.
William E. Pace (DVM '51), Tallahassee, Fla.
Verlin A. Krabill (DVM '53), Frederick, Md.
Charles V. Steiner Jr. (DVM '78), Melbourne, Fla.
Ollie M. Dodgen (DVM '50), Marietta, Ga.
Leicester L. Landon (DVM '51), Baton Rouge, La.
William "Doc" Barker (DVM '54), Glen Allen, Va.
Richard B. Davis (DVM '57), Athens, Ga.
"Bill" Lazenby (DVM '76), Fort Lawn, S.C.
Clarence Little (DVM '59), Easton, Md.
James O. May (DVM '63), Lingleville, Tex.
William David Vaughan (DVM '57), Cartersville, Ga.
Frank Robert Enloe (DVM '63), Waynesville, N.C.
Earl Bearden (DVM '52), Madison, Ga.
Dr. Harry McKinley Lightsey, Jr. (DVM'56)
Dr.Kimberly Grace Langford (DVM '97)
Dr. Katherine Louise Momeier (DVM '82)
Dr. Robert Leon Garbutt, Jr. (DVM '63)
John Murray Hetrick, Jr. (DVM '62), Baltimore, Md.
Dr. Ophus Martin Fulcher (DVM '53)
Dr. Olive K. Britt (DVM '59)
Dr. Theodore Roosevelt Barrett, Jr. (DVM '53)
Dr. Walker Smith Alexander (DVM'58)
Dr. David Leroy Lynn (DVM '56)
Dr. Berlin Harris (DVM '57)
Dr. Renee Kelly McGrath (DVM '73)
Dr. Anne Munroe Shapiro (DVM '94)
Dr. William Gary Webb (DVM '54)
Dr. Ernest Bradley Rushing, Jr. (DVM '51)
Dr. Jesse Charles Hardy (DVM '52)
Dr. Harvey Bennett Hearn (DVM'52)