Jill joined us in February 2003 our small animal nurse alongside her reception and administrative duties.
Jill is also a qualified Rural Veterinary Technician.
She is responsible for the weekly spore counts amongst many other duties.
Jill is a keen equestrian and worked for Jim Robins in Stratford before joining us.
My husband Bruce and I have been living in the Waikato for the past 23 years where I was employed as an administrator for Matamata Vets. We are both originally from Eltham and it has been fantastic to be able to come back to be closer to my family and also to virtually have the same job which I love.
My favourite hobby has always been in Theatre so I’m looking forward to being involved with a local group again soon.
Eltham has changed a little over the years, but it’s great to come back and see familiar faces around town and catch up on local gossip.
Hi, I’m Sue, born and breed in the 'Naki on a dairy farm.
I am married to Tony and we have 4 grown up sons and four wonderful grandies. We have spent the last 18 months in Southland spending time with two of our sons and their families. We have another son working in the States and one in Auckland. While in Winton I worked at VetSouth as an Outpatients Services Supervisor which was another new challenge and great experience for me.
It's amazing working at Eltham Vets now as this is where I used to come with my Dad as a young girl when he required his animal health goodies. Who would have thought I would work here one day. I look forward to meeting or talking to you over the next 12 months.
Hi, I’m Nicola, and I’m the new replacement for Lisa, as she is going to be a farmer’s wife. I’m a local girl, daughter of Kevin and Olwyn Duthie. I enjoy my sports such as indoor and outdoor netball, basketball and volleyball. I’ve played for Taranaki since I was a wee one, just recently coming 3rd in national for under 21, indoor mixed netball.
Last year I was studying design and now I’m happy to return to the Naki and am enjoying my job here at the vets. Look forward to meeting you all.