Lynn has been an employee of Campus Estates Animal Hospital since the fall of 1990. Lynne recently celebrated her 20th year with Campus Estates and we regard her as our Clinic Mascot.
Lynne is enthusiastic and always excited to see and meet old and new clients with their pets. She is crazy about her pet birds, Hopsy and also her cute little Parrotlet Sugy. Lynn loves to travel and is grateful that she has had the opportunity to have seen many parts of the world. Her interests include biking, hiking, reading and she is very passionate about gardening. Her birds are always outside with her in the summer when she gardens. Lynn considers herself very blessed to have wonderful employers and co-workers who are like family.
Sue has been a receptionist at Campus Estates Animal Hospital since 1996 and thinks she is lucky to have found a job she loves! She gets to spend her days talking to people who love their pets and she gets to meet animals of all shapes and sizes. Sue has lived in Guelph for 25 years with her husband and two children. They have always had an assortment of dogs and cats as part of their family. For a while they had two horses, a degu and two chameleons as well.
Sue’s interests include gardening, hiking with her dogs, reading and knitting. She feels very fortunate to be a part of the compassionate, respectful and gentle group of people who make up the Campus Estates Animal Hospital team.
Colleen joined the Campus Estates family in the summer of 2007. She has shared responsibilities both as an assistant and a receptionist. She enjoys a variety of outdoor leisure activities such as hiking, camping and biking, and loves spending time with friends and family or with a good book and a rainstorm. Her immediate family includes Darley (a 10-year-old Shepherd mix), and Chelsea (an 8-year-old domestic short hair).
Jessica joined the team in 2009 and achieved her Veterinary Receptionist designation in Windsor in 2004. Personal Bio to follow.
Sharon has been the bookkeeper at Campus Estates Animal Hospital since Heartworm Season 2006. She says the caring nature of the team here made the choice easy for the continuing care of the family’s four cats. She has said that she is privileged to be a small part of the care of countless fosters who live here, while waiting for their “forever” homes.