Our Team

The Greywolf Veterinary Hospital team

In addition to our superb veterinarians, Greywolf Veterinary Hospital is blessed to have a knowledgeable, dedicated, and just plain likeable support staff. Our experienced and caring staff are devoted to ensuring every patient receives the best care we can provide. Each of us has at least one furry family member and know from firsthand experience how important having confidence in your veterinary staff is, especially when the unexpected happens.

Linda Alger, Hospital Manager

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Linda comes to Greywolf Veterinary Hospital with an extensive background in leadership and management, including several years as a veterinary hospital manager. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Air Force Academy in 1984 and a Bachelor of Arts (magna cum laude) in operations management from Washington State University in 2007. Her furry family includes Abie, a blind 13-year-old tabby cat, and Sarah, a voluntarily deaf 16 ½- year-old Siberian Husky. In her free time she’s a voracious reader and during the summer she plays second base for a co-ed intramural softball team.

Schelle Fitzpatrick, LVT

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A native of Pierre, SD, after high school Schelle moved to Minneapolis, MN. She earned her AAS in Veterinary Technology from Argosy University in Eagan, MN and passed the state and national boards in 2005. She moved to Port Angeles in September 2010, where she lives with her three 3 orange tabbies named Warren, Edmond, and Margaret. While Schelle loves dogs and cats, she particularly enjoys working with birds and other exotic animals. She’s worked with birds, reptiles, small mammals, and in wildlife medicine for over 10 years.

Diana Wright, LVT

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Diana entered veterinary medicine as a kennel assistant then decided to pursue it as a career by earning her degree in Veterinary Technology. She graduated from Northern Virginia Community College magna cum laude in 1993 and has loved the profession ever since. Attracted to Greywolf Veterinary Hospital by our progressive medicine and pain management philosophy, Diana became part of the Greywolf family in September 2003. While loving all animals, Diana is a self-proclaimed “cat person” with a long list of feline family members over the years. In keeping with her love of animals Diana became a vegetarian over 20 years ago. In her personal time she enjoys music, watching movies, camping, and attending social events (because spending time with two-legged friends is also very important to her).

Becca Alexander, Front Desk

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Becca joined us at Greywolf Veterinary Hospital in 2011 as a Client Service Specialist. Her previous experience includes almost a decade working in other areas of the pet care profession. You can see her passion for helping pets and their parents in everything she does here. Having lived in Sequim most of her life Becca plans to remain here permanently! She loves to work in her yard with her husband and 3-year-old son Malon while her five Barred-Rock chickens free-range, guarded by Bamboo, the energetic Labrador. Her hobbies include: baking, Powerlifting in her garage gym, and chasing after Malon.

Christina Kemp, Front Desk

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Christina’s always had an interest in caring for animals. She grew up in a small mountain town – Bailey, Colorado – with a vet clinic right next door. She could often be found there “pestering the staff to see the animals” until her mom came to drag her out of the lobby. Her family moved to Sequim in 2000. Immediately after graduating Sequim High School in 2007 Christina began her veterinary career at a local veterinary clinic. She joined Greywolf Veterinary Hospital in 2011. When not behind the front desk Christina enjoys arts and crafts, baking, swimming at Lake Crescent and camping throughout the great northwest…and of course spending time with her critter family. Her housemates consist of “Roland” the goofy hound mix, “Banjo” the mischievous Shih-Tzu, “Bowser” the tough guy cat, “Jordie” the singing Siamese Snowshoe, and “Bobbie” the red ear slider she’s had for 19 years. Christina says she finds working at Greywolf to be a rewarding experience. Her favorite part (besides all the animals) is seeing people smile and knowing they’re getting great care for their critter families.

Markie White, Veterinary Assistant

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Coming to us from another veterinary practice, Markie joined Greywolf Veterinary Hospital as a veterinary assistant in April 2014. She loves working with animals and looks forward to coming to work every day. Having worked as an assistant for a number of years, Markie plans to work as an assistant during the day while attending Penn Foster College nights and weekends to earn a veterinary technician’s license. Her family has always included animals, especially dogs, and she says her life wouldn't feel complete without them. Her dog Tido has been enriching her life for the last ten years and he's still going strong.

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