Lynn has worked as a front desk receptionist more than 25 years at our hospital She has a degree in Biology from Temple University. She loves to come to work and enjoys talking with clients and seeing their pets. She is a very efficient and knowledgeable receptionist. Lynn has a wide range of interests and talents. She has been a Girl Scout Leader for six years. She helps with her children's school play each year designing and making costumes. She loves to do arts and crafts and loves to dance.
She shares her home with her husband and their three children. She has many pets including dogs, cats, birds and guinea pigs.
Dawn has always had a love of animals beginning at a young age. She fostered a lab mix in 2010, which sparked her interest in animals again. The opportunity to join VCA Delaware Valley presented itself in 2011, allowing her the unique opportunity to embrace both her love of animals and to utilize her client service skills. Dawn has been entrusted with two positions in our hospital and she is able to provide compassionate care for patients, and to respond quickly to clients' concerns and needs. Dawn feels that her employment at VCA Delaware Valley is a career, not just a job and feels very fortunate to have the opportunity to work in a field doing what she loves. On her off time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and son, attending Union soccer games, and going on family trips. Dawn also enjoys long walks with her favorite pal, Capcom, her faithful beagle.
School: Penn State University, Education
As a child Kristin always dreamed of being a veterinarian. She attended Penn State University beginning in the Animal Science Field with the thought of fulfilling her life long dream. After a couple of years at school, she realized that her compassion for animals would make it difficult to perform surgery and to ultimately make the decisions needed to euthanize at the end of an animal’s journey. With that thought, she decided to change her direction toward elementary education. After graduation, Kristin became a teacher but, always regretted never fulfilling her dream. After marriage and 2 children, she decided to change her life’s direction. A full time opportunity presented itself at VCA Neshaminy Animal Hospital and Kristin decided to go for it. She has been with VCA now for over 4 years and loves her job. Kristin came to work part time for VCA Delaware Valley in 6/12. At home, her favorite job is to tend to her family consisting of 2 children, ages 11 and 15, her husband, and her many furry children including 3 dogs, Duncan, Nevada, and Sydney and a bunny named Cappuccino. Kristin's outside interests include camping, softball, and general family activities, like hiking with the dogs at Tyler State Park.