Veterinary Support

  • Technician Supervisor

    Kim Sepiol-Ey, CVT
    School: Bachelor's of Animal Science

    I have been working in the veterinary field since 1980. I think this is the world's record for the longest summer job! I have to say it has been quite the experience that I will never forget.


  • Certified Veterinary Technician

    Rebekka Kolm
    Veterinary Tech School: Holyoke Community College

    I have been working At the VCA Palmer Animal Hospital since October 2014, and became certified as a veterinary technician in December 2014. I enjoy assisting in surgery and working with all shapes and sizes of dogs and cats.


  • Certified Veterinary Technician

    Erin Martell
    School: MS

    I have worked in the animal science field since 2005. I enjoy working with both the animals and their owners.


  • Certified Veterinary Technician

    Maryann Spring
    School: Bachelors Degree Liberal Studies

    My name is Maryann Spring and I am the "Cat Champion" of VCA Palmer. I have always been around cats; they were in my family before I was. My first cat was a Maine Coon by the name of "Tamoka Oaks Fritz a Been", Fritz for short. I got him as my second birthday present and I was hooked from then on. Since then I have had (and still have) many cats. Some of these cats have had medical issues (diabetes, thyroid, asthma, etc...), so I completely understand the toll this may take on one. I have also had my share of "misunderstood" felines. For instance the cat in my picture (Lucky) lived with me for 3 years before I could get near him. Now he has earned the name of "Lovely Luscious Lucky Lips" because if you’re around he'll plant one on you. The vets here at VCA Palmer Animal Hospital also understand the joy (and at times heartbreak) of owning these "independent thinkers" as "we are not only VCA employees, but we are also the clients". We do everything we can to make you and your cats time here as pleasant as possible. And if you ever need to leave your furry friend we can accommodate them in our kitty boarding facility. We look forward to seeing you soon, and don't hesitate to bring your feistiest feline. After all they are just as deserving of a "special day out" as the next kitty.


  • Veterinary Assistant

    Allyson Casale
    Veterinary Tech School: Holyoke Community College
    School: Manchester Community College, Associates in Early Childhood Education and General Studies

    Animals have always been a major part of my life, I have been taking care of them for as long as I can remember. I have had dogs my entire life and got my first horse when I was eight years old. When I'm not working or at school I love spending time with my family, dogs, and riding my horses. I love to learn and experience new things, and being around animals all of the time gives me the best learning experience I can ask for.


  • Veterinary Assistant

    Jessica LaBelle
    Veterinary Tech School: University Of Massachusetts

    My interest in animals began while growing up on my grandfathers farm. At home I live with a couple of dogs and a very sassy cat. Since joining the team here I have learned a lot and love working with all types of animals and their owners.


  • Veterinary Assistant

    Colleen Pisarski

    I have been working in the veterinary field since 1979. I've spent my entire life on a small farm. In my free time I show Pembroke Welsh Corgi's in AKC conformation shows, I'm also an active member in rescue for the Mayflower Corgi Club.

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