Support Staff



Katie joined Glastonbury Veterinary Hospital in May 2012.  She enjoys talking with clients and getting to know all of their pets.  Her favorite aspect of her job is the sense of family she has with fellow employees and pet owners.  Katie has a degree in Technology so she is great at helping clients with their pet portals and keeps the GVH Facebook page fun.   She lives with her husband, her son, Jax, and their 3 cats, Storm, Sky, and Sunny.


Chelsea joined the GVH Staff in May 2015 as a receptionist. She has seven years’ prior experience in two other veterinary hospitals as well as multiple years of pet sitting. Her love for animals came from growing up with her mother breeding and showing Golden Retrievers, Labradors and Siamese cats. Her favorite dog is a Corgi and hopes to breed Pembroke Welsh Corgi’s one day. She currently resides in Glastonbury with her Corgi/Chihuahua mix named Blueberry.



Leah started working at Glastonbury Veterinary Hospital in 2003 as a veterinary assistant.  In 2010 she graduated from Cedar Valley College with a degree in Veterinary Technology and became a credentialed technician.  Leah resides with her husband Steve and their son Mason, as well as their 3 dogs, Maggie, Morton, and Murphy and 2 goats, Daphne and Velma.  Leah enjoys riding her horse Travis, spending time with family and friends, and cooking.  Leah finds the most rewarding aspect of working at GVH is providing our clients and patients with compassion, concern, and a heartfelt support.


Stephanie started working at Glastonbury Veterinary Hospital when she was in High school.  She has since graduated from Northwestern Connecticut Community College’s Veterinary Technology Program in 2011 with an Associate’s Degree in Animal Science. Stephanie is the proud pet parent of Cookie-Crisp, a Papillion mix, Hubble, a Gordon Setter, and 2 cats Pantera and Munchkin.  She is also a wonderful mom to her human child, Chase.   In her spare time, she enjoys the outdoors, music, and hanging out with family and friends. Stephanie is a HUGE fan of Kelly Clarkson.


Kate has been working at Glastonbury Veterinary Hospital as a Certified Veterinary Technician since February 2014.  Prior to that she was a CVT in Marlborough, Texas and Mass.  She is a native of Massachusetts where she graduated from Holyoke Community College with a degree in Veterinary Technology. Kate and her husband, Jonathan, moved to CT in 2006 where they now reside with their daughter Piper, their 5 cats, 8 chickens and a guinea pig named Maya. She enjoys spending her free time with her family biking and hiking the many trails in CT. She also enjoys, cooking, sewing and gardening. After 19 years as a CVT, Kate still loves her job and finds it very rewarding to take care of the four legged family members who come to GVH for care.



Beth has been part of the GVH family since 2008.  She lives with her husband Dan and daughter Mae with their 2 dogs,2 cats, 5 chickens 1 duck and a goat named Marilyn.  Beth has a degree in fine arts and enjoys painting, working on her farm-ette and practicing a form of horseback riding called dressage.


Michael is a senior at RHAM high school.  He works part time as a kennel assistant.  He is active in 4H and Venture Crew, a division of Boy Scouts.  He has shown dairy goats and beef cattle, participating in the Big E for the last 4 years.  He enjoys camping, being outdoors, and hiking with his dog Titan. He adopted Titan from an animal shelter when he was 10 weeks old.


April began working at Glastonbury Veterinary Hospital in November 2014 as a receptionist and since her arrival, has transitioned to working as a Veterinary Assistant. She is the proud owner of two Labrador Retrievers, one chocolate; Jackson and one black; Ebony, as well as a spirited tabby cat named Pepsi. April is also a classically trained vocalist so in her spare time she loves performing and spending time with her family & friends. She also enjoys photography, writing, and crafting. April believes the purest part of our being prospers when it comes to the love of a pet, and that’s why she loves caring for you and yours.