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March 01, 2020

American Board of Veterinary Practitioners

Published on February 12, 2020

The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners welcomed 30 new diplomates following the board certification examination it held Oct. 9, 2019, in Denver. New diplomates are as follows:

Avian Practice

Richard Burdeaux, Cowlesville, New York
Kristin Gill, Tampa, Florida
Bianca Murphy, Oakley, California
Michelle Sutherland, Hampton, Australia
Lauren Thielen, Grapevine, Texas

Canine and Feline Practice

Ericka Carroll, Frankfurt, Germany
Stephen Delia, Niles, Illinois
Beth Galles, Lincoln, Nebraska
Irit Grader, Brookfield, Connecticut
Doron Harel, Haifa, Ohio
Rhonda Holt, Corvallis, Oregon
Kathy Jordan, Townville, South Carolina
Nicolle Kirkwood, Dulwich Hill, Australia
Lyndsey Larson, Denver
Casey Lee, Houston
Elaine Ng, Hong Kong
Rossana Perez-Freytes, Davenport, Florida
Amelie Thibaudeau, Adel, Iowa

Dairy Practice

Pedro Melendez, Tifton, Georgia
Gabriel Middleton, Orrville, Ohio

Equine Practice

Patricia Bailey, Columbia, Missouri
Kelli Beavers, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Michelle Husulak, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Jessica Millwood, College Station, Texas
Emily Sundman, Lipan, Texas
Tracy Walker, Elkins, West Virginia

Exotic Companion Mammal Practice

Andrew Bean, St. Paul, Minnesota
Sara Dias, Derby, England

Feline Practice

Lauren Demos, White Lake, Michigan

Food Animal Practice

Michael Pesato, Cochranville, Pennsylvania