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Office manager Erik Lasher has been a member of the Noah’s Ark team since 2009. He is proud to work at a veterinary clinic dedicated to the health and welfare of all pets and enjoys working with the caring, friendly staff. Hiking, golf, running, playing soccer and landscaping are among his many hobbies. He shares his home with a cat named Oreo, his two English Pointers Jasper and Cooper, and his French Bulldog Francine.
Graduated May 2012 with a B.S in biology with a specialization in equine science. Hillary has a horse named Amstel, a dog named Sadie and a cat named Star. In her free time she enjoys riding her horse and hanging with her friends.
Jayme has been with the Ark since 2011. She hails from the mountains of North Carolina. She has been linked to the Veterinary field for 19 years. She has 7, yes 7, pets: k-9's= Richard,and Jojo....cats= Donna and Bill.
-Hobbies include Birding, Geocaching, Biking, Hiking, and cooking.
Born and raised in the rural lands of southern West Virginia, Ashley has spent her whole life surrounded by more animals than people. Before leaving her home state she looked after everything from dogs to horses to goats. Now in Morrisville, she looks forward to nurturing not only her four cats(William Shakespeare, Ms. Mittens, and BeBe Jackson. and Nelson), but also the patients at Noah’s Ark.
Kennel Technician Charlie Vedell joined the Noah's Ark team in February 2016. He's attending North Carolina State University and plans to study veterinary medicine after his undergraduate studies in biology. He's grown up with cats all his life and has had a dog join his family in 2013. He currently has 5 cats; 3 orange tabby sisters, Taffy, Snuggles, and Buttercup. A shorthair, black male named Orion and a tortie female named Molly, who are siblings. Also a German shepherd named Viktor. He also graduated from Cary High School in 2016 and was a member of the marching band.
Suzanne has been a registered veterinary technician for 20 years. She graduated in 1997 from Central Carolina Community College with an associates degree in Veterinary Medical Technology. Having moved, with her husband, to Wake county in 1994, she was looking for a new direction to take. When she discovered she could form a career taking special care of our 4 legged friends, she never looked back.
She currently has 4 indoor-only kitties. Soloman , often called “Boo”,the 16-year-old orange tabby is the patriarch of the bunch. He keeps his two-year siblings in line while loving them at the same time. Martina, 11, will always find her mommy to relax on. Sparrow, aka Fuzzy Butt, plays fearlessly with her little sister or paper balls. Then there’s the ever elusive Candy Cane.
Suzanne loves Jesus, her husband, family and friends and of course her cats with her very soul. She enjoys word games, counted cross-stitching, movies, concerts and traveling.
Victoria, a Minnesota native, decided to leave the IT world behind for veterinary medicine and hasn't looked back. Victoria decided that she wouldn't spend another winter in Minnesota, so she packed up her car and made the trek with her dog, cat, and grandma - for the entertainment, of course. Victoria's big heart has room for all. Her passions besides caring for patients include exercising, napping on beaches, cooking, teaching people at the gym her sweet moves, travelling to new places, vacuuming (yes, vacuuming IS a hobby) and trying to garden - she isn't exactly good at it but hey, she gives it the old college try!