Nanci has worked at Discovery Bay Veterinary Clinic since September 2001. Nanci has done everything from front office to back office and everything in between. She loves working at DBVC and says she has “the best job in the world!” Nanci has been married to her wonderful husband, Jim, for over 30 years and has two grown children, Eric and Amy, plus a son-in-law, Kristopher. For fun she loves to be in her yard gardening or hanging out with her friends and family. She loves to go sand-dunning, going to movies, and travels any time she can. Nanci has lived in Brentwood for over 25 years. She shares her house with her husband and six cats she has rescued. Her love for animals always shows in both her work and play.
Suzy, started with us here in 1995, she is a skilled RVT and receptionist with a passion for exotics. Suzy is also incredibly artistic and is the "brains" behind our educational handouts and puppy and kitten take home kits. When she is not working at the clinic, she volunteers her time at the Lindsay Museum in Walnut Creek. She shares her home with her husband, Chris, three children and a menagerie of pets.
Susan is our newest addition to the practice. She comes to us from Connecticut where she worked in this field for 11 years. She has a mini aussie named Mia, a cat named Zip, 2 horses named Duck who’s 28 and Lyric who’s 18. Susan’s been married to her husband Larry for 25 years and they have a son named Michael. When not at work Susan enjoys riding her horses and sailing on the bay.
Jennifer is the newest member to our family starting in December of 2011. She has always been an animal person and got her first job working the in veterinary field in her early twenties. She has lived in the east bay since late 1997 with her husband who she was happily married to in 1993. Together they have a beautiful teenager daughter named Sarah. Along with her two legged family she lives with her two dogs, “Heidi” and “Floyd”, her two cats “Sassy” and “Charlie”. Jennifer hand raised her cockatiel “Monk” who lives with his feathery parents and siblings in an out door aviary. She also has her reptile family, “Tucker” and “Olive” the box turtles, and a desert tortoise named “Tom”. “Tucker” has lived with Jennifer the longest who has been with her for the past 25 years.