Gregory A. Raspbury, DVM

Gregory A. Raspbury, DVM, grew up in Gibraltar, Michigan and at an early age was fascinated with animals – both domestic and wild.

Dr. Raspbury graduated from Gabriel Richard High School in Riverview, Michigan and formalized his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University.

Professionally his interests are in general practice and internal medicine. Outside the office he enjoys flyfishing and cooking over an open fire.



Cari Murray, LVT

Cari has been in the veterinary field since 2006.  She graduated from the Veterinary Technology Program at WCCCD in 2009 and later that year started at Village Animal Healthcare.

Cari enjoys being creative with DIY projects, being active outdoors and spending time with her husband and two daughters.


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Stacee Hawkins, LVT

Stacee is a 2005 graduate from WCCC's Veterinary Technology Program and holds an Associates Degree in Science.

In her free time she enjoys family activities with her husband and two sons. Stacee has a boxer named Mackey and a shepherd mix named Lexee.




Tish Kostrzewa, LVT

Tish is a 1997 graduate of the Veterinary Technology Program at Wayne County Community College. She brings 16 years of experience to the practice in Veterinary Emergency Medicine. When not working, Tish enjoys working out, making stain glass sun catchers and loves looking for shark's teeth on the beach in Venice, Florida.

Tish's "furry" family consists of Winston, her mixed breed rescue dog, two cats, Boo-Boo and Weezie, and her big bunny, Mr. Molly.



Chelsea Swauger, LVT

Chelsea graduated from the Veterinary Technology Program at WCCCD in 2015 and has been in the field since February, 2016.  She had previously worked in human healthcare as a CAN for three years and decided to follow her true passion with animals.  She is currently attending Wayne State University and is working to further her education in animal medicine.  She aspires to become a veterinarian.

Chelsea enjoys spending time with family, watching scary movies and going for adventurous car rides with her dog, Chico.  She spends most of her time either focused on work or school, but enjoys being busy.  It means one step closer to her ultimate goal.


Amy Svireff, LVT

Amy has been an LVT since 2011.  She is a graduate of the Veterinary Technology Program at WCCCD and started at Village Animal Healthcare following graduation.  She loves general practice but also enjoys doing relief work at AVES Affiliated Veterinary Emergency Services.

Amy enjoys time with her husband and three girls doing outdoor activities and travel.




Jennifer Hornauer-Jocks

Jennifer, whose nickname is Jaye, has worked at Village Animal Healthcare since the first day it opened.  Jennifer’s favorite part of work is interacting with the clients and their pets.  Animals have always been a passion of hers since she was very young, so she really puts her heart and soul into helping each and every client and pet.  She also handles the accounts receivable and payables in addition to doing the payroll for Dr. Raspbury.

Jennifer also works part time at her husband’s accounting office located here in Trenton.  When not working, Jennifer enjoys time spent with her husband and family boating, swimming, reading, shopping, dinners with her girlfriends, traveling up north and trips to Florida.  She and her husband, Paul, live in Trenton with their “wild and crazy” Golden Retriever, Tug and their cats, Buzz and Woody.