Meet Our Doctors and Staff
 

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David Hoagland DVM

David got his BS degree in Animal Science Physiology and graduated from the University of Missouri in 1991.  After practicing in Mexico, MO for two years he moved to Appleton City in 1993.  In 1995 he went into partnership with Bill and has worked hard to help further develop the vet clinic.  David enjoys fishing and hunting and spending time with his family; wife Carol and two sons Cameron and Dawson.


 
IMG_0752_1.jpg Larry Engeman DVM

Larry finished a BS degree in animal science in 2000 and received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Missouri in 2004. He then practiced outside of Salt Lake City, Utah for two years before returning home to this area in 2006.  Outside of working he likes to spend time with his wife and two daughters; enjoying the rural life and the great outdoors.


IMG_0750_1.JPG Bill Brownsberger

Bill got his bachelors degree from KU and he gradutated from the University of Missouri Vet school in 1972.  Bill and his wife Geraldine have 4 children and 10 grandchildren.  Bill started the vet clinic here in Appleton back in 1973 and has grown to be somewhat of an icon in the area ever since.  Bill tries to devote a lot of time to work, grandkids and fishing.


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Carol Hoagland

Carol is new to the clinic and is just learning the ropes.  She has been a nurse since 1995.  Her skills developed in doctors offices and laboratories will be a real benefit here at the clinic.  She is married to David and enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.


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Sue Smith

Sue started working here under the previous Brownsberger Vet Clinic back in October of 1993.  She also currently works part time at the MoKan livestock market.  She lives on farm with her husband Ron where they raise cattle and horses.  She likes to do things with her 3 grandsons on her time off. 


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Nancy Tindall

Nancy began working here in the previous Brownsberger Vet Clinic back in 1994.  She lives on small farm with her husband Robert.  She likes to travel when the opportunity arises and is enjoying the benefits of being a new "Grandma".


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