Crossroads Veterinary Clinic is pleased to provide a level of animal care unparalleled in northeast Texas including: 24-hour emergency coverage Large animal treatment center Preventive care Diagnostic screening Dentistry Surgery Complete List of Our Services
Drop-off service – bring your pet to the clinic beginning at 7:30 a.m. for treatment during our regular office hours.
Crossroads Veterinary Clinic is pleased to provide a level of animal care unparalleled in northeast Texas including: 24-hour emergency coverage Large animal treatment center Preventive care Diagnostic screening Dentistry Surgery
Complete List of Our Services Drop-off service – bring your pet to the clinic beginning at 7:30 a.m. for treatment during our regular office hours.
Copyright © 2002 - 2017. All Rights Reserved   Crossroads Veterinary Clinic |  8414 Wesley Street,  | Greenville | Texas, 75402 | Tel: 903-454-1563
Jan married Dr. Kimberlin in 1976. They have 2 children and 1 grandson. She has a Bachelor’s degree in communication. She has been bookkeeper for Crossroads Vet Clinic since 1984. In her spare time Jan enjoys gardening and tailgating and is a beginner golfer. She and Dr. K have 3 dogs, 1 cat and 1 horse. Jan has also worked for CVC as receptionist, technician, kennel assistant, errand girl, supply purchaser, pet deliverer, facebook manager, sign saying creator. . Toni is our Hospital Manager and jack- of-all-trades. She has been part of the clinic staff since January 1991. “I cannot imagine working anywhere else! The patients and their families have most definitely become part of my family, and I would not have it any other way.” Toni is married and mom to 3 children (and a dog). Hobbies? “None, because I ‘live’ at the clinic and have 3 children!” Corie joined Crossroads Vet Clinic as a veterinary technician in August 2016. A student at Texas A&M Commerce with a major in animal science and equine studies, she has 6 months vet tech experience. She plans to become a veterinarian with a background in equine nutrition, reproduction, chiropractic and dentistry. Corie, who  was raised around livestock, owns 40 head of cattle, 2 horses named Dex and Snickers, a dog named Dixie and a cat named Sissy. Jenise joined CVC in October 2016. She was on staff at CityVet-Uptown in Dallas for 3 years. She and her husband  have 3 pets — Golden  Retrievers Douglas and  Watson and Tinkerbell, a  Cocker Spaniel. “I want to work with animals  because I love being a part of the journey  they go through and making a difference” Lisa began working at CVC  in January 2017. She s a  Certified Veterinary  Technician with a  certification from Bel-Rea  Institute of Animal  Technology. She has  worked for non-profits and veterinary  specialists in the past. Her 3 dogs, Rio, Swerve  and Swift compete in Agility, Frisbee and  Flyball. She has always loved and helped  animals. Kit has lived in Greenville all her life. She is  9 years old and lives with her 2 younger but  much bigger canine brothers and human  mom and dad. She loves coming to work  every day and whines if her driver takes a  detour. In her spare time, Kit likes to bark at  horses, eat cookies, and play in the water. Kit is a very  special part of the Crossroads Veterinary Team
Location
Office Address 8414 Wesley Street, Greenville, TX 75402 Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 1st Saturday of the month 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Open for animal drop-off at 7:30 a.m.  903-454-1563  info@crossroadsvetclinic.com Request an Appointment
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Vernelle is our Technician/Client Care Specialist and has been with Crossroads Vet Clinic since May 2004. She came to the clinic after 3 years previous experience. She lives with her husband and two sons. They share their home with 8 dogs and 3 cats. Her daughter is in the Air Force. “I really enjoy working with the animals.” Vernelle also enjoys boating, fishing, reading, and playing with her kids and pets. Kylie is a nationally licensed veterinary technician who joined the clinic in January 2011. She has a degree in applied animal sciences. She moved to Greenville from Omaha, Nebraska where she worked in a veterinary clinic for 3 years and volunteered at an animal shelter for 10 years. She has also provided a foster home for animal rescue groups. She shares her home with her husband and daughter and their 3 dogs and 3 cats.”I love animals and love spending my days helping them and their owners.” A former pre-veterinary science student, Marlaina worked at Bright Star Veterinary Clinic before joining Crossroads in January 2016. She is a graduate of Texas A & M University-Commerce. She shares her home with Calleigh (a bassett hound), Cooper (a lab mix), and Tennessee walkers Misty and Dixie.“I have always had a great love for animals,” she says. “I love working with them and taking care of their needs. AnnMarie has worked in veterinary medicine since 1986. Before joining Crossroads Vet Clinic she worked at clinics in Florida and North Carolina, at Veterinary Specialists of North Texas and at Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center.She is a veteran, having served our country in the US Army from 1991-1997.She shares her home with two dogs, three cats, cattle and her firefighter boyfriend on their 200 acre farm. Pets are her passion, where her heart is. Every day working with animals is different and interesting.“Even after all these years in the veterinary field, I still learn something new every day.” Kate has been working at CVC since November 2016 but became employed in January 2017. She is a Certified Veterinary Technician with a  certification from Bel-Rea Institute of  Animal Technology. She has  experience with therapy and training  horses. Kate is married with 2 children  and 2 cats. She thinks working with animals is rewarding  in so many ways. Seeing them heal is a different kind of  positive feedback.  

Meet the Staff

Copyright © 2002 - 2017. All Rights Reserved   Crossroads Veterinary Clinic |  8414 Wesley Street, Greenville | Texas, 75402 | Tel: 903-454-1563
Jan married Dr. Kimberlin in 1976. They have 2 children and 1 grandson. She has a Bachelor’s degree in communication. She has been bookkeeper for Crossroads Vet Clinic since 1984. In her spare time Jan enjoys gardening and tailgating and is a beginner golfer. She and Dr. K have 3 dogs, 1 cat and 1 horse. Jan has also worked for CVC as receptionist, technician, kennel assistant, errand girl, supply purchaser, pet deliverer, facebook manager, sign saying creator. . Toni is our Hospital Manager and jack-of-all-trades. She has been part of the clinic staff since January 1991. “I cannot imagine working anywhere else! The patients and their families have most definitely become part of my family, and I would not have it any other way.” Toni is married and mom to 3 children (and a dog). Hobbies? “None, because I ‘live’ at the clinic and have 3 children!” Corie joined Crossroads Vet Clinic as a veterinary technician in August 2016. A student at Texas A&M Commerce with a major in animal science and equine studies, she has 6 months vet tech experience. She plans to become a veterinarian with a background in equine nutrition, reproduction, chiropractic and dentistry. Corie, who  was raised around livestock, owns 40 head of cattle, 2 horses named Dex and Snickers, a dog named Dixie and a cat named Sissy. Jenise joined CVC in October 2016. She was on staff at CityVet- Uptown in Dallas for 3 years. She and her husband  have 3 pets — Golden  Retrievers Douglas and  Watson and Tinkerbell, a  Cocker Spaniel. “I want to work with animals  because I love being a part of the journey  they go through and making a difference” Lisa began working at CVC  in January 2017. She s a  Certified Veterinary  Technician with a  certification from Bel-Rea  Institute of Animal  Technology. She has  worked for non-profits and veterinary  specialists in the past. Her 3 dogs, Rio, Swerve  and Swift compete in Agility, Frisbee and  Flyball. She has always loved and helped  animals. Kit has lived in Greenville all her life. She is  9 years old and lives with her 2 younger but  much bigger canine brothers and human  mom and dad. She loves coming to work  every day and whines if her driver takes a  detour. In her spare time, Kit likes to bark at  horses, eat cookies, and play in the water. Kit is a very  special part of the Crossroads Veterinary Team
Location
Office Address 8414 Wesley Street, Greenville, TX 75402 Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 1st Saturday of the month 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Open for animal drop-off at 7:30 a.m.  903-454-1563  info@crossroadsvetclinic.com Request an Appointment
Directions
903-454-1563
Vernelle is our Technician/Client Care Specialist and has been with Crossroads Vet Clinic since May 2004. She came to the clinic after 3 years previous experience. She lives with her husband and two sons. They share their home with 8 dogs and 3 cats. Her daughter is in the Air Force. “I really enjoy working with the animals.” Vernelle also enjoys boating, fishing, reading, and playing with her kids and pets. Kylie is a nationally licensed veterinary technician who joined the clinic in January 2011. She has a degree in applied animal sciences. She moved to Greenville from Omaha, Nebraska where she worked in a veterinary clinic for 3 years and volunteered at an animal shelter for 10 years. She has also provided a foster home for animal rescue groups. She shares her home with her husband and daughter and their 3 dogs and 3 cats.”I love animals and love spending my days helping them and their owners.” A former pre-veterinary science student, Marlaina worked at Bright Star Veterinary Clinic before joining Crossroads in January 2016. She is a graduate of Texas A & M University- Commerce. She shares her home with Calleigh (a bassett hound), Cooper (a lab mix), and Tennessee walkers Misty and Dixie.“I have always had a great love for animals,” she says. “I love working with them and taking care of their needs. AnnMarie has worked in veterinary medicine since 1986. Before joining Crossroads Vet Clinic she worked at clinics in Florida and North Carolina, at Veterinary Specialists of North Texas and at Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center.She is a veteran, having served our country in the US Army from 1991-1997.She shares her home with two dogs, three cats, cattle and her firefighter boyfriend on their 200 acre farm. Pets are her passion, where her heart is. Every day working with animals is different and interesting.“Even after all these years in the veterinary field, I still learn something new every day.” Kate has been working at CVC since November 2016 but became employed in January 2017. She is a Certified Veterinary Technician with a  certification from Bel-Rea Institute of  Animal Technology. She has  experience with therapy and training  horses. Kate is married with 2 children  and 2 cats. She thinks working with animals is rewarding  in so many ways. Seeing them heal is a different kind of  positive feedback.