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Becky Cross, LVT
Becky is one of our senior technicians does incredible work for her patients and clients. She has been with us since the very beginning of RAH in May 2004. She has been a Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT) since 1999. Becky is our resident obedience trainer and offers individual and group training classes. Becky and her husband Barry have 2 daughters, she is pictured here with her Boston Terrier Ruckus. They also have another Boston named Gus and a cat named Jon.
Holly has been a member of our technician team since 2005 and has been and integral part of the RAH team. Holly has been involved in the veterinary community since 2000. She gained interest in animals through rescue organizations and has fostered many animals over the years. She has 2 adult children and she is pictured with one of her dogs Charlie, she has another chihuahua named Pepe.
Sarah joined our team summer of 2011 and has been a wonderful addition to RAH. Her passion for what she does shows through every day in the care and compassion she provides for all of our patients. She lives with her husband and daughter and they share their home with 2 dogs, Sasha and Missy Ray
Lauren started with us in June 2013. She has been in the veterinary field for several years and is always smiling and on most days is our entertainment with her great sense of humor! She has a sweetie pie Saint Bernard named Rosie...who according to Lauren is the MOST amazing dog ever! :)
Jennie started with us in April of 2016 and is a licensed veterinary technician. Jennie has been in the veterinary field for over 5 years now. She is pictured here with one of our patients. She has a french bulldog named Emmy. Jennie has a passion for helping animals and it shows in her work here at RAH.
Laycie joined our technician team in November of 2016. She has been been working in the veterinary field since 2014 and her passion is being able to make a difference in the overall health of the animals. Laycie is pictured with her chorkie Tyson.