College of Veterinary Medicine

Development & External Relations 

Meet Some of Our Supporters             


Frandles
Kathy and Kyle Frandle

Driving around the Santa Cruz hills in his old truck with a California license plate that reads "WSU DVM," Kyle Frandle is reminded how it all started. Kyle ('74 BS, '76 MS, '80 DVM) met his wife Kathy ('74 BA, '75 MA) when they were both juniors at WSU. He was working on a biology degree, she was studying elementary education.

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Betsy Charles
Dr. Betsy and Drake Charles

It didn't take long for Betsy Charles ('95 BS Education, '95 BS Sciences, '03 DVM) to give back to the college that had given her so much. After she earned her DVM in 2003, Betsy completed a one year internship at an equine referral hospital. The very next year she began coming back to WSU as a facilitator for the veterinary Diagnostic Challenge.

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Jacobsens
Dr. Ken Jacobsen with Lori,
his wife of 25 years,
and their dog Lucy.

Ken Jacobsen ('77 BS; '82 DVM) knows the value of an excellent education. As a WSU graduate, he says his education was central to his success as a veterinarian and a businessman. So when he and his wife, Lori, had the opportunity to give back, a gift to the Teaching Academy was a natural fit.

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Chevy Chase
"Chevy Chase"

Anita Busek ('49 Speech Comm.) loved Chevy Chase. Not the actor, but the golden Labrador she rescued in 2008. "Chevy Chase" was just one of a half dozen dogs that Anita would take in during her life. Whether they lost their home or their owners could no longer care for them, Anita would find room for a dog in her home.

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Jill and Jessie
Jill and Jesse

After "Jessie," a blond Cocker Spaniel, passed away in May 2009 at the age of 11 following a hard-fought battle with gastrointestinal cancer, her owner Jill Strickler wanted to do something to honor Jessie’s memory and give back to those who cared for her. "I wanted to repay the amazing gift they gave us with a scholarship to help students follow their dreams and become veterinarians to help pets like Jessie," said Strickler.

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Dolly and Jacquelyn
Dolly and Jacquelyn

Some people have really big hearts. When Dr. Jon Pennell ('81 DVM) made a donation to the Pet Memorial Program at WSU to honor a black lab named Gus who succumbed to cancer in 2010, Gus’ owner Jacquelyn Holland-Wright did something extraordinary--she put on a musical show.

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Jenna and Timmy
Jenna and Timmy

When 8-year-old Jenna from Washington State saw her beloved 18-month-old English Mastiff, "Timmy" suffering from Wobbler disease, a degenerative condition of the cervical spine that causes unsteadiness and eventually loss of mobility, she wanted to do something to help. So she decided to ride her bike for Timmy.

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Class of 1961
Class of 1961

Twenty-three class members attended their 50th class reunion in June 2011. They presented Nicholas Paulson (Class of 2012) with the first Class of 1961 Professionalism Award.

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Mellinger
Charles C. Mellinger III

 

 

When Charles Mellinger III graduated from high school in 1981, he knew he wanted to follow in his family's tradition and attend WSU. [read more]

 

 

 

 

 





Johnson
Bill Johnson

 

Bill Johnson travels by bicycle along a familiar 217-mile route from his home in Cle Elum to Pullman, Wash. all to raise money for Washington State University's College of Veterinary Medicine. [read more]


Laureates

Laureates of Washington State University's College of Veterinary medicine have a lifetime giving of $1,000,000 or more. 


Benefactors

Benefactors of Washington State University's College of Veterinary medicine have a lifetime giving of $100,000 - $999,999. 


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Grateful Clients

Last Edited: Dec 11, 2013 12:21 PM   


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