Diana Brown, RVT / Lead Technician
Diana has been working for Hunters Glen Veterinary Hospital since 1996. She graduated from OU in 1996 with a BA in psychology. She is one of the initial graduates of TCC’s Veterinary Technician Program and earned her Registered Veterinary Technician Certification in 2000. She has been happily married for 21 years and has two pets – Pumpkin, and Alex – both rescues of course. She sings in a church choir and enjoys traveling when she can.
Crystal Brooks, RVT
Crystal came to Hunters Glen in 2012. She graduated from TCC’s Veterinary Technician Program in 2007, and earned a degree in Applied Science in 2010. She has five dogs at home – Petey, Twix, Harry, Cee-Lo, and Lola – and has a soft spot for pugs. She enjoys swimming and camping in her free time.
Client Care Staff
Carol Carley, Receptionist
Carol has been the comforting and familiar voice on the phone at the front desk of Hunters Glen for many years now. She gets to know our clients very well and can answer any questions you may have. She started in 1998 and has been keeping things organized and productive ever since. She shares her home with a corgi named Ruby.
Grace Kifer, Office Manager and Receptionist
Grace was born and raised in Tulsa. She graduated from Booker T. Washington and went on to get her degree from OSU in psychology, with a minor in philosophy.
Grace has an awesome niece and nephew that occupy a lot of her out-of-work time. When time is all hers, she reads, writes, and spends time with her two adorable cats, Brendan and Lucy.
Rebecca has been on staff at Hunters Glen since 1995 and has worked as kennel staff, technician’s assistant, and groomer. She has been grooming pets exclusively at Hunters Glen Veterinary Hospital for fifteen years now and has been seeing many of her client’s pets for years and years. She has one cat at home named Desiré.
Katie has been with Hunters Glen since 2013. She keeps the kennels clean and cares for the boarding pets every evening. She is pursuing a degree in education and plans to continue with an advanced degree in special education.
Kim has been with Hunters Glen since 2015. She also helps care for the boarding pets. She will graduate from Bishop Kelly high school in 2018 and plans to major in biology when she goes to college. She participates in student council and enjoys speech and debate club. She has two dogs of her own, Sadie and Petie.