Education: Colorado Mountain College
Dorr Veterinary Clinic currently has 2 Veterinary Technicians and Molly is our senior technician, as she has been with us on and off for 5 years now. Molly is “our stray cat” that always finds her way home to us. She was a childhood client at the clinic, that enjoyed coming here with her pets and was asked repeatedly to become a part of our team as a young adult. Molly is a 2007 graduate of Grand Rapids Catholic Central High School and has attended GRCC for career training as well as Colorado Mountain College. It is CMC that was lucky enough to grant our incredible Molly, her Licensed Vet Tech status in 2012. Molly has held a variety of jobs, including those in the veterinary industry, which help make her a well-rounded employee and outstanding communicator.
You should know it is very common for Dorr Veterinary Clinic employees to adopt animals that arrive at the clinic in various ways and need a forever home. Molly became a parent to her now 4 year old lab mix named “Leyla,” when she came to the clinic at 10 weeks old and needed some veterinary attention. She also enjoys the company of horses, which she pastures at her parent’s home in Dorr and raising Hereford Beef/Show Cattle with her in-laws in Hopkins, MI. Molly enjoys animals and livestock so much that she is now a 4-H leader for a club in Allegan County. 4-H was a great contributor to Molly’s youth and she hopes to continue the tradition with her daughter. Molly is devoted wife, to Charles and mother to her one year old daughter, Paisley. She attends St. Mary’s Visitation Church in North Dorr with her family and volunteers for several different events throughout the year there. Our team here gladly cheers Molly and Charles on each season as they travel to show top-notch beef cattle, that they work diligently to raise.