Meet Our Team in Greenville
Our veterinarians and staff are all hand-picked for their compassion and skill in their respective roles. Each person brings a special talent to the hospital that enriches the experience we provide for our clients and patients. Learn more about our team below.
Dr. Mary Kinser, Owner/Veterinarian
Dr. Kinser received her undergraduate degree from Michigan State University in 1999, and her veterinary degree from Michigan State University in 2005. In between undergraduate and veterinary school, she worked as a research assistant in a pharmacology and toxicology lab at Michigan State, where she met her husband, Shawn. What drew her to veterinary medicine was her love of science combined with her love of animals. The most rewarding part of being a veterinarian is helping people on a daily basis by keeping their pets healthy. Dr. Kinser and her husband have two kids, one dog, two cats, a horse, a goat, and several barn cats. In her spare time, she enjoys kayaking, camping, and spending time with family.
Dr. Sandra Shindorf, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Shindorf earned her DVM in 2012 from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She grew up on a small family farm with a variety of animals and always enjoyed taking care of them. One of the biggest influences in her life was being involved in 4-H where she learned even more about animals. As a veterinarian, the most rewarding part of her career is working with owners to ensure their pets get the best care possible. She also enjoys the problem-solving aspect of veterinary medicine.
Dr. Shindorf and her husband, Chris, have a daughter and a son. In addition, they have a Greyhound named Nova and a Quarter horse named Tee. In her spare time, Dr. Shindorf enjoys jogging, horseback riding, traveling, and spending time with her family.
Dr. Brenda Lobbezoo, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Lobbezoo graduated with her DVM from MSU in 1992. She has enjoyed the variety of general practice, as well as recently continuing her education with animal dentistry. Her interest in veterinary medicine began when she was in middle school, and continued to grow with excellent support from her family and mentors. Over the years, her career as a veterinarian has allowed her the freedom to use her medical and people skills to strengthen the unique and important bonds people have with their pets. The greater Greenville community has been Dr. Lobbezoo’s home for many years, and she is happy to contribute to its health, one pet at a time.
Dr. Lobbezoo and her husband, Roger, have two teenage children, and her pets are a Sheltie named Kirke, and a DSH tabby named Franklin. Some of her favorite things to do include creative writing, music, spending time with her family and being outdoors, and she adores getting puppy kisses and purring from cats of any age!
Dr. Rick Beisinger, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Beisinger received his B.S. in Animal Science from Purdue in 1996 and then his DVM from Purdue University in 1999. His journey in veterinary medicine began in Indianapolis, where he was born and raised. He started out doing mixed animal medicine but switched to small animal medicine exclusively. He worked in both rural and urban areas, and has since set down roots here in rural Michigan. He believes in treating clients as how he would like to be treated if in their position.
The most rewarding part of being a veterinarian for Dr. Beisinger is helping people provide better care for their pets through educating them about their furry friends. He and his wife share their home with 5 pets: Elijah, a Rottweiler; Noah, a German Shepherd; Frank and Gibbs, a pair of sibling cats; and Louie “the cool cat.” They have 2 horses, a Percheron and a Quarter horse. Some of Dr. Beisinger’s hobbies include fishing, hunting, target shooting, and working on his property with his tractor. He enjoys living up here in Michigan where there are countless possibilities for outdoor experiences.
Heather, Practice Manager
Heather not only has experience in administration—she is a licensed veterinary technician and professional canine trainer and behavioral specialist! She has been hunting with, training, and showing dogs since she was 9 years old.
Heather is married and together, she and her husband, John, have five dogs, four cats, nine cattle, nine goats, and some chickens. When she’s not at work, she enjoys farming, hunting, and fishing. What she loves most in the world is her Beagle, Dixie, and yellow cake with buttercream frosting.
Keshia, Licensed Veterinary Technician
Keshia received her associate’s degree in veterinary technology from Baker College of Muskegon in 2010. Growing up, she was the only girl in the family and was excluded by her brothers. She found at an early age that animals offered her comfort, so she pursued a career where she could be their voice.
Keshia has two nephews to whom she loves being an aunt, as well as two dogs at home including Annie, a Lab, and Roman, a Pitbull mix; and two cats named Bella and Quinn. She enjoys walking, reading (especially Harry Potter), watching movies (particularly Disney), doing puzzles, and spending time with friends and family.
Lainy, Licensed Veterinary Technician
Lainy grew up around veterinary medicine and with her desire to help animals, it’s no surprise that she pursued an associate degree of Science in Veterinary Technology. It’s her life long goal to strengthen the bond between humans and animals.
When she is not busy helping our furry friends, you can find Melanie spending time with her husband Tim, their daughter, Evelyn, as well as four legged friends of her own. Melanie has a variety of pets including a German Shepherd named Beezer (who stole her heart), a Blood Hound named Fred, a Beagle Mix named Stewi, as well as cats, a rabbit, rat, and an iguana. You can often find Melanie curled up with a good book, gardening, and working with her dog, Beezer.
Liz, Veterinary Technician
Liz has 13 years of veterinary experience in both general practice and specialty hospitals. She received a degree in applied sciences from Baker College. Her favorite part of her job is seeing client relationships with their pets.
At home, Liz has three pets: one dog named Ben (Lab/Great Dane mix) and two DSH cats, Bernice and Louis. In her spare time, you might find her kayaking, reading, refinishing furniture, or antiquing… or maybe having a snack of her favorite food: cheese!
Mere, Veterinary Technician
Mere has been in the veterinary industry for 16 years. She graduated from MCC with a business and accounting associate degree but her interests took her toward a career in veterinary medicine. Mere is a member of the International Association of Canine Professionals and is a certified dog trainer through National K9 and is also K9 CPR certified.
At home, Mere has several pets including dogs, cats, horses, and chickens. In her spare time, she enjoys dog training and horseback riding.
Stacy, Licensed Veterinary Technician
Stacy wanted to work in veterinary medicine ever since she was a child, and went on to earn her bachelor’s degree in veterinary technology at MSU. She then worked in the area for awhile, then spent time working on the east side of the state for a couple of years. Stacy is proud to have achieved her childhood dream of becoming a veterinary technician, and she finds it rewarding to see a change in the quality of life of pets that she has helped care for.
Stacy has 2 pets of her own; a ball Python named Joey and a domestic longhair cat named Fartfanugen. In her free time, she enjoys camping, spending time with family and friends, and drawing and painting.
Ilyssa, Receptionist/Veterinary Assistant
Ilyssa has been passionate about animals her entire life and always knew she would love a career working with them. In her current role, she loves getting to help animals and their owners. Ilyssa grew up on a small farm with horses, cows, and chickens. She showed horses in 4-H at the local Montcalm County Fair for 7 years until she aged out in 2019.
Ilyssa is engaged to be married to her fiancé, James. At home, she has a dog, Lobo; two cats, Aero and Milo; and four horses, Star (quarter horse), Spudz (paint) and two minis, Neuman and Buck. In her spare time, she enjoys showing and riding horses. She even trained her own 3-year-old filly herself!
Katie, Receptionist/Veterinary Assistant
Katie has worked with animals before and absolutely loved it, so it was an easy decision to pursue a job at an animal hospital!
Katie and her husband, Nate, have two children named Bently and Addisyn as well as a couple of pets: Red, a Bassett Hound; Waylon, a Boxer/Pitbull mix and two cats named Sniper and Abrams. In her spare time, there’s nothing she loves more than just hanging out with her family!
Kristen, Veterinary Assistant/Receptionist
Working with animals has always been Kristen’s childhood dream. She is currently studying veterinary nursing at MSU with the goal of becoming a licensed veterinary technician. Her favorite thing about veterinary medicine is getting to see very sick and injured pets become well again after treatment.
Kristen has a small, scaly companion of her own, a bearded dragon named Daisy. She loves bike riding and all things Disney.
Maegan, Veterinary Assistant
Maegan has always loved being around animals and wanted to do her part in taking care of them, which also helps her better understand her own pets.
Maegan’s greatest life accomplishment so far has been buying a house all on her own at the age of 22. In her home, she has one dog named Schatzi who is a Great Pyrenees/Anatolian Shepherd mix. She also has two horses named Red, a Pony of the Americas (POA), and Polo, a Quarter Horse. When not at work, she loves riding and doing yard work. She also enjoys spending time with her nieces and nephews. What she loves most of all is her Grandma Mud, who is no longer with us.
Mary-Margaret, Veterinary Assistant
Mary-Margaret has always been drawn to helping others, and with her love of animals it only made sense for her to go into the veterinary field. She started working at her first veterinary clinic in 2007 and has remained in the field ever since. The most rewarding part of her career is being able to help and be the voice for the many patients she cares for.
Mary-Margaret and her husband Jonathan have 2 sons, Logan and Wesley, and a rescued German Shepherd mix named Loki. She has many hobbies, including spending time with her boys, riding her motorcycle, quad, dirt bike and truck off-road, snowboarding, shooting (bow, too), crafts, drawing, and camping. She loves staying busy and active!
Mary-Margaret has accomplished a lot in her life but her most rewarding achievements were raising a special needs child as a single mom and serving in the military.
Noli, Hospital Assistant
Noli pursued a career in veterinary medicine because she aspires to become a veterinarian in the near future. She has 3 four-legged family members, which include 2 dogs, Kobe (Labradoodle) and Charlie (English Springer Spaniel) and a cat, Roise. Noli is a big fan of Italian food, especially pasta, and her favorite things to do outside of work include playing sports and hanging out with friends.
Shania, Veterinary Assistant
Shania always had a love for animals. When she was younger, she wanted nothing more than to be able to help animals, and now she gets to live out her dream. She finds it extremely rewarding to be able to to see our sick patients recover and return home to their families.
Shania has a daughter, Hadley, and she also has several four-legged family members: an American Bulldog/Boxer mix named Bane and 2 horses, Bacardi and Martini. In her spare time, Shania does barrel racing and the occasional rodeo, and she loves spending time with her family.
Cindy, Client Service Representative
Cindy has always loved animals. She was born and raised around farming, hunting, fishing, and dog breeding. She has had many beloved pets over the years, including goats, chickens, horses, cats, and dogs. Choosing a career field that allowed Cindy to help animals and their humans was naturally very rewarding.
Cindy attended MCC and obtained her Certificate of Correction while studying criminal justice, and she also received her certificate in project management. Outside of work she enjoys boating, fishing, hunting, kayaking, and traveling, and proudly maintains a happy family life. Cindy, her husband Rob and their son, Mason, also share their home with 2 furry family members: Jewel and Gemma, both Jack Russell Terriers.
Erica is part of our receptionists' team, and her favorite part of the job is watching puppies and kittens grow into healthy adults! Beyond her receptionist skills, she is also certified in medical massage therapy from Blue Heron Academy.
Erica and her husband, Chad, have three children together, and one cat named Sammy. When not at work, she loves camping and spending time with her family.
Madeline grew up on a farm with pets and exotics. She’s always had a passion and love for animals, and fell in love with the veterinary industry last year while working at an emergency clinic. She wanted to be more hands-on and helpful, though, and joined the Greenville team. Madeline enjoys feeling like she can help make a difference in the lives of pets and their owners; even if it’s just a small difference, it’s rewarding.
For Madeline, her biggest accomplishment so far is being a mom to 2 fantastic children, her daughter Elliotte and son Fisher. Along with their kids, Madeline and her husband Steve also share their home with a Blue Heeler dog named Zephyr. When she’s not working, Madeline enjoys being outside year round and cooking for her blog. She loves Ethiopian food, and reading anything by Mindy Kaling.