Our experienced and compassionate staff are a big part of why our practice is able to deliver the high standard of quality care that our clients have come to expect. For our staff, facilitating our veterinarians and providing your pet care the the love and care they deserve is more than just a job, it's a passion.
Cindy is our Receptionist and is originally from Philadelphia and has lived in Eastern North Carolina for over 20 years. She has raised 3 wonderful sons and now resides in Ayden with her significant other John and their dog Lulu who enjoys long walks. She enjoys scrapbooking, crafts and going to yard sales in her spare time. She has been with East Carolina Veterinary Service since December of 2010.
Sue is our office manager, and has been with East Carolina Veterinary Service since May of 2005. She relocated with her family to NC from New York in 1998, and has over 25 years of experience in Human Resources. Sue enjoys playing tennis, spending time with her husband, two daughters and Briley, their "Yussell" (part Jack Russell Terrier/Yorkie).
Suzan joined East Carolina Veterinary Service April of 2006. Suzan is originally from Northern Virginia and has lived in Eastern North Carolina for over 15 years. She enjoys training dogs with Dr. Kuhn and The Oakwood School at the Humane Society of Eastern Carolina. Suzan also enjoys throwing pottery on her wheel at home, spending time with her husband, two children, two grandchildren, along with her three canine kids Lily, Meggie, Henry and her two feline kids Allen and Kiwi. Suzan is also a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (http.//www.cpdt.org/).
After growing up in Garner, NC, Tanya moved to Greenville in 1995 to attend ECU. She is a proud East Carolina University alumni and a huge pirate football fan. She received a Bachelorâ€™s degree in Recreation Leisure Management in 2000. Tanya has been in the veterinary field since 2004 and started at ECVS as a Veterinary Assistant in August of 2011. She shares her home with her beloved cats who are the sunshine of her life. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends and love curling up with her cats and a good book.
Kali recently moved from the Raleigh area to Greenville while her fiance finishes up his final year at ECU. She has been working in the veterinary industry for a little over a year now and aspires to specialize in internal medicine or pathology. She is currently enrolled at San Juan College where she plans to continue her studies in Veterinary Technology. She shares one dog, Memphis with her fiance, and hopes and prays for a little Boston terrier or French bulldog to come along and steal her heart.
Brittany is a senior Biology student at East Carolina University. She started out at the clinic as a volunteer in summer of 2016. She hopes to start Veterinary school in the near future. Until then, she enjoys being a Veterinary Assistant and learning everything she can. Brittany has a cat named Moonshine who is the love of her life.
Kaitlyn is a native of Pitt county and has always had an interest in veterinary medicine. After working office jobs in other fields, she decided to pursue her love of animals and began working at the Humane Society of Eastern Carolina. Kaitlyn is new to the veterinary technician world but enjoys learning more every day! She shares her home with her two dogs, Nash and Greyson, and two cats, Cloud and Tink.