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Kenneth O'Hanlon, DVM obtained his DVM degree from Oklahoma State University, May 1973. He was named Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association, 2002 Veterinarian of the Year. He was appointed by the Governor to sit on the Oklahoma Board of Veterinary Examiners, where he served for 10 years. He is married to Peggy and they have 2 children. He practiced mixed animal medicine and surgery for 36 years before specializing in companion animal diagnosis and surgery.


Peggy has been a Practice Manager for over 15 years. She is married to Dr. O'Hanlon. They have 2 children. She attended college at South OKC Community College and OSU Tech., and AAHA Practice Management.  She is a Veterinary Nutrition Advocate with Hills.  She loves animals and being outdoors. She also enjoys snow skiing, water skiing, motorcycles, and camping. They have 1 dog and 4 cats.


Serena is a certified Veterinary Nutrition Advocate with Hills. She has 2 children. She worked in the medical field for 21 years. She loves to spend time with family and friends. She enjoys playing with her dogs, shopping, and fishing.


Shawnna is currently attending Cedar Valley College to graduate as a Registered Veterinary Technician. She is a Certified Dental Technician, a Veterinary Nutrition Advocate, and Veterinary Assistant since 2009. She is married to Jerimy Pence and has 2 children. They raise German Shorthaired Pointers.  She managed retail for 11 years prior to joing the veterinary field.  She enjoys softball, swimming, piano, playing with her children, hunting, and fishing.


Tameka is a Certified Dental Technician.  She is married to Adrian and together they have six children.  She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, shopping, fishing and watching movies. Tameka has English bulldog Gigi. She has been in the Veterinary field for 9 ½ years.
 


Kinsley grew up on a sheep and cattle farm in Northern Maryland which first piqued her interest in veterinary medicine.  After high school, Kinsley moved to Tennessee where she attended Union University and double majored in pre-vet & pre-law.  She was also an active member of the universities debate team.  Kinsley has worked in the field for 5 years and previously worked for two mixed animal practices, taking a special interest in large animal medicine.  She is a fur mom to her two dogs Bambi & Dyson and her two cats Sushi & Trout. In her spare time she enjoys outdoor recreational activities and traveling.