Angie was born in Nashville, TN. She has been with Lebanon Animal Hospital since 2000 and was promoted to Office Manager in 2003. She is working towards her CVPM. Angie is a member of the Veterinary Hospital Manager Association and AAHA's Veterinary Management Group.
Angie and her husband, Glen, have two boys, Jeremy and Joshua. They share a home with a main coon named Fat Cat, and a spotted saddle horse named Bandit.
Angie enjoys horseback riding and reading. Her passion and interest in the field of veterinary medicine is pet well-being and preventative medicine. Her goal is to help clients ensure that their pets live the healthiest and longest lives possible.
Elizabeth Marrotte, though everyone calls her Beth, moved to Tennessee with her family 7 years ago from Vero Beach, FL. She absolutely adores it here in TN and so do all of her furry babies. She has a big handsome boy Rufus, who is a 7 year old Rottweiler mix. He loves to play out in the pasture with his little sister Lil Girl, who is a 4 year old mix of some sort. Beth has a white cat, Bob, with a green eye and a blue eye. She also has a cat, Dr. Leo with ½ a tail and Nessy with ¼ of a tail that she has rescued since working at LAH. They spend their time sneaking up on the puppies and pouncing on them before running for cover. Beth is a lover of animals, which is why she chose to pursue a career as a veterinary technician. She has been in this field for almost 11 years and she loves helping people and their babies. It makes her life full and complete.
I grew up in a small town in Kentucky before moving to Tennessee with my fiance in 2015. We are currently the proud parents to 2 dogs, 3 donkeys, 12 chickens and a barn cat. We look forward to growing our family even more on our 30 acre slice of heaven right here in Lebanon, TN. I have always had a passion for animals, and firmly believe they are better than us humans in every single way. In my spare time I enjoy spending time out on the farm, as well as reading, volunteering, crafting, and hiking.
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Megan is originally from Georgia and moved to Tennessee about 6 years ago. She is currently attending school to become a licensed veterinary technician and her long term goal is to become a veterinarian or go into animal rehabilitation. She's a proud plant lady as well as Mom to her cat “Polly” who she rescued at just 2 weeks old. She plans on having many more pets in the future. She loves all kinds of animals- big or small, furry or scaly.
Christian loves all animals, especially reptiles. He's the proud owner of his tortoise 'Nakuru' as well as 2 snakes, 3 dogs, and 2 cats.
Lenore has been involved with the veterinary field since she started job shadowing at a local veterinary clinic when she was 12 years old. After graduating high school, she studied veterinary technology at Volunteer State Community College, where she graduated from in the spring of 2020. Lenore passed her national board exam in the summer of 2020, and is a Licensed Veterinary Medical Technician in the state of Tennessee. She is currently studying at Tennessee Tech University to complete her bachelor’s in animal science degree. Lenore loves the opportunities she has as a veterinary technician to connect with people in her community and provide the best possible care and experience for them and their amazing pets. When not working as a Veterinary Technician, she enjoys working on her local family farm where she raises dairy goats and Jacob sheep along with her sister. She also loves teaching classes from her farm and participating in local events and fairs with her animals.