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  • Leanne Eggert ('02 DVM, WSU/OSU)

    Leanne Eggert

    Leanne Eggert ('02 DVM, WSU/OSU) - Dr. Leanne Eggert's plans to become a veterinarian specializing in exotic pets has roots in her childhood.

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  • Herbert (Tim) Richards ('84 DVM, WSU)

    Herbert Richards

    Herbert (Tim) Richards ('84 DVM, WSU) - Dr. Herbert Richards was presented with the 2011 Consultant of the Year Award by the Academy of Veterinary Consultants (AVC).

  • Victoria Lukasik ('90 DVM, WSU)

    Victoria Lukasik

    Victoria Lukasik ('90 DVM, WSU) - Understanding veterinary anethesia; Expert busts a myth and offers a tip on how to subdue a fractious cat.

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  • COL John Poppe ('86 DVM, WSU)

    John Poppe

    COL John Poppe ('86 DVM, WSU) - Assumes Army Veterinary Corps command.

    COL John Poppe ('86 DVM, WSU) - President Barack Obama has nominated a Washington State University grad to be chief of the Veterinary Corps of the U.S. Army.

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    COL John Poppe ('86 DVM, WSU) - Has been selected to be the next Dean of the Academy of Health Sciences, Ft. Sam Houston, TX.

    He will replace the current Dean, COL Donna Whittaker (MS) in August 2011. COL Poppe is currently the Chief, Department of Veterinary Science, AMEDDC&S, and will be the second Veterinary Corps Officer to hold the position of Dean, AHS.

    Brig. Gen. John L. Poppe ('86 DMV) - The chief of the U.S. Army Veterinary Corps, recently was honored with the Washington State University Alumni Association (WSUAA) Alumni Achievement Award for outstanding accomplishments in veterinary preventive medicine and distinguished military leadership, October 2012.

  • Norm Rantanen ('67 DVM)

    Norm Rantanen

    Norm Rantanen ('67 DVM) - Receives award for veterinary excellence.

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  • George Robert Oakshott, DVM ('63 DVM) - September 13, 2011

    George OakshotGeorge Robert Oakshott, DVM ('63 DVM) - September 13, 2011

  • Ray Ediger ('61)

    Ray Ediger

    Ray Ediger ('61) - Elected president of the Frederick County Farm Bureau in Maryland.

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  • Theresa Fossum ('82)

    Theresa Fossum

    Theresa Fossum ('82) - Founder of the Texas Veterinary Cancer Registry.

  • Danielle Wassink ('04 DVM)

    Danielle Wassink

    Danielle Wassink ('04 DVM) - An emergency-care vet at Animal Critical Care and Emergency Services (ACCES) in Seattle, answers the second of a two-part series on bloody diarrhea in dogs. Featured in the Seattle Times February 28th, 2012

  • Brad LeaMaster ('82 DVM)

    Brad LeaMaster

    Brad LeaMaster ('82 DVM) - Named new Oregon state veterinarian.

  • Kathy King ('97 DVM)

    Kathy King

    Kathy King ('97 DVM) - In Nicaragua, Veterinarians Treat and Train.

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  • Leonard Eldridge ('65 DVM) 2

    Leonard Eldridge

    Leonard Eldridge ('65 DVM) - Vets on front line of global disease fight published in the Western Farm Press.

  • Sharon Molton ('00 DVM)

    Sharon Molton

    Sharon Molton ('00 DVM) - Warmer weather bringing out ticks

  • Birger Thomas Sather ('59DVM) - September 7, 2011

    Birger Thomas SatherBirger Thomas Sather ('59DVM) - September 7, 2011

  • Sid Gustafson ('79 DVM)

    Sid Gustafson

    Sid Gustafson ('79 DVM) - Socialization with Horses, Dogs, Cats With Dr Sid Gustafson on the Real Dr Doolittle Show™

    The Rail: New York Times Horse Racing Blog
  • Joseph Harari ('80 DVM)

    Joseph Harari

    Joseph Harari ('80 DVM) - Veterinary surgeon in Spokane, discusses how to stop a dogfight in the sixth in a series of posts on the subject from local behaviorists and veterinarians. Featured in the Seattle Times, September 2012.

  • Robert Miller Lewis ('61 DVM) - August 18, 2011

    Dr. Robert Miller LewisRobert Miller Lewis ('61 DVM) - August 18, 2011

    May 20, 1937 Aug. 18, 2011 Robert Miller Lewis, 74, of Barnstable, Mass., died peacefully Thursday, Aug. 18, 2011, at his home in Barnstable Village, after a long illness. Born in Flushing, N.Y., Bob was the eldest of two children. He graduated from Grant High School in Portland and from Washington State University in Pullman, Wash., where he received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1961. Bob married Sandra Jane Shurtleff (deceased) in 1958 and relocated to Boston in 1961. Over the next 50 years, they resided in Wayland, Mass.; Ithaca, N.Y.; Bern, Switzerland; Danville, Ky.; and Barnstable. Bob was a member of the Department of Pathology, Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston, and worked at Tufts-New England Medical Center. He left Boston in 1975 to join the faculty of the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., where he served as Chairman of the College's Pathology Department until 1986. He retired as Professor Emeritus in 2000. Bob was a teacher and scientist at heart, and a mentor to countless veterinary students and young professionals. He enjoyed a good story, and he enjoyed the endless summers of excitement and camaraderie that Cape Cod afforded him and his family over the years. Many will remember Bob for his hospitality and generosity, and for the good times spent in his company on the Mongrel, chasing striped bass and bluefish across Cape Cod Bay. Bob is survived by his son, Jon Robert Lewis of Hong Kong; daughter, Karin Ann Lewis of Lexington, Ky.; beloved granddaughters, Meagan, Madeline and Audrey Lewis; and sister, Susan Lewis Davis of Gresham. A celebration of Bob's life will be held in Barnstable Village at a later date. Bob was proud to be an Eagle Scout. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Boy Scouts of America, National Council, P.O. Box 152079, Irving, TX 75015-2079, Arrangements by Hallett Funeral Home, South Yarmouth. Published in The Oregonian on August 24, 2011.

  • Jenna Arnaiz ('03 DVM)

    Jenna Arnaiz

    Jenna Arnaiz ('03 DVM) - An emergency-room vet at Seattle Veterinary Specialists in Kirkland, discusses how to stop a dogfight in the second in a series of posts on the subject from local behaviorists and veterinarians. Featured in the Seattle Times, August 2012.

  • James Pickrell ('53 DVM) - August 7, 2011

    Dr. James PickrellJames Pickrell ('53 DVM) - August 7, 2011

  • Raymond Ediger ('61 DVM)

    Raymond Ediger

    Raymond Ediger ('61 DVM) - Ediger Receives Lifetime Achievement Award The Maryland Veterinarian, September 2012.

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