Crossroads Veterinary Services, Inc.
We are proud to present Crossroads' team of top-notch employees!
Kenzie G. Mares,
Doc of all Species, Master of None
I get up every morning and go to practice (veterinary medicine). If I get good enough maybe coach will put me on varsity. I’m a physician for dogs, an obstetrician for cows and sheep, and a wrangler of mad cats if necessary. Ironically, I’m married to a big game outfitter, Erick (the Mountain Man). He makes his money harvesting animals while I’m trying to save them. We’ve been married almost 14 years and we have 2 lovely daughters whom we refer to as the “Wild Women”, they get it from their dad. When I’m not at practice, I’m following the daily activities of the Mountain Man and Wild Women. I also love to bring Pinterest to life; baking, decorating and planning killer parties.
Ashley C. Federer,
I work Tuesdays and any other day I’m needed. I keep the cogs greased around here and jump right in to any project with enthusiasm. I'm the best at updating our Facebook and advertising. I’m always learning and curious, I keep Doc on her toes answering my intuitive questions. Also, I can dish out the sarcasm if you can take it. When it’s not Tuesday, I’m working at the ranch, a full-time college student, a coach’s wife and mother of 3 adorable Glenrock Herders.
Tammy C. Harvey,
Director of Hospitality
I am the wheel house of this operation, I keep the phones answered and the coffee hot! I greet clients and customers with my million dollar smile and I make sure Doc McStuffins and Super Tech have plenty of patients to treat and they get paid for their work. I’m a cultivator of team spirit and I rock at keeping a positive attitude. Oh, and I LOVE holidays, so I keep our little clinic dressed up for every holiday and season. My husband and 3 kiddos keep me hopping evenings and weekends. If you ever want to surprise me with Starbucks, please don’t hesitate.
Mara L. Moore,
Veterinarian Trainer, Assistant & Life Coach
I’m in general, well you know, a bad ass, self-proclaimed of course. I was molded by my Dad and my Uncle Andy, “I’m not a girl with excuses, I’m a woman that gets the job done”. I’m the queen of sharpies, totes and organization. They call me Super Tech, I coach the Doc through practice all but every other Tuesday. My experience on the ranch and being the older sister of 3 brothers and multiple cousins has given me all the skills I need to keep our clinic and crew in tip top working shape! I have 4 lovely nieces who call me Aunt Rara and I treasure our fun times together. On Mondays I come back to work to recover from my wild weekends at the ranch and adventures with friends.
Crossroads Veterinary Services, Inc. ® P.O. Box 2109, Glenrock, WY 82637 (307) 436-8313
Greeter, Mouse Connoisseur
I came to this clinic in a round about way. Some kind young men found me tangled up in a barbed wire fence and rescued me. The girls here took me in, tamed me down, and I wormed my way into their hearts. They tried to re-home me for weeks until they finally gave in and realized I was theirs. For their loyalty, I repay them with the catch of the day, my record being 6. If I am not in a mouse coma, as pictured above, I love to give people a head boop and snuggle while they are trying to do their paperwork.
Mary K. Zinda-Grant
SOS a.k.a. Pinch Hitter
I'm a Montana girl, ranch wife, horse lover and momma of 2. You might also catch me at the local post office loading up for my substitute mail route. Being a 12 year veteran of the Air Force, I'm tough enough to take on almost any job these girs throw my way. I metamorphosize from Vet Tech to Office Help quicker than Clark Kent changes to Superman.
The Shivering Shih Tzu, Doc's Roomie
I am known around the vet clinic as the shivering Shih Tzu because, well...I shiver...A LOT. I shiver when I'm cold, I shiver when I'm nervous, I shiver when the Doc is in the next room and I shiver when the weather is changing. It's just kinda my thing. When I'm not napping with Milo under Tammy's desk, I'm traveling with the Doc and Super Tech on out calls where I guard the truck religiously. My best friend happens to be Milo, whom I raised from kitten-hood to be an epic Shih Tzu wrestling partner.
Shop Keep, Head Director of Patient Comfort
I'm a familiar face if you've lived in Glenrock for very long. I worked as an officer at the Glenrock Police Department for over 15 years. Now, I show up at the clinic every afternoon to clean up after Doc's daily shenanigans. I love the animals and I make sure all the patients are comfortable and well attended to. At home, I have a husband, two grown daughters and whole passel of four legged furry friends.