Our Team

The team at Glenpark Animal Hospital is dedicated to providing you with the best service in a friendly, professional manner. We appreciate the importance of the human-animal bond--we experience that pleasure every day in both our personal and professional lives. It is our delight to join with our clients in recognizing and appreciating each cat or dog for their unique qualities and special gifts

Rebecca Jackson at Muskegon animal hospital

Rebecca Jackson
Hospital Manager

Rebecca was born and raised in Muskegon. She began working as a receptionist at Clarke Animal Hosptital in 2003. In 2006 she was promoted to Hospital Manager at Clarke, and had the joy at adding Glenpark Animal Hospital in 2012. She has 4 cats (Silvey, Toby, Finn, and Phoenix) at home who enjoy bird watching in their spare time. In her spare time Rebecca enjoys reading, hiking, traveling, and working in her flowerbeds.

Julie Receptionist at Glenpark Animal Hospital

Julie
Receptionist

Julie was born in Detroit and moved to Muskegon in her early teens. She married her high school sweetheart and they have 2 daughters, all who are graduates of Mona Shores High School. She is a proud member of the Viking Linne Lodge #57 where she volunteer bar tends and serves on several committees. She spends her other free time with her girls or going to the casinos with her husband and family. Julie has a orange and white cat named Magee, a grey tiger cat named Sadie and a hedge hog named Chip. Her daughters also have blessed her with grandpets which include 2 bunnies, a guinea pig, a cat and a dog, which visit frequently.

Licensed Veterinary Technicians

Amy Jo

Amy Jo, LVT at Muskegon Animal HospitalAmy has one son who is married and in the military, and one daughter who is off to be adventurous before continuing school. She had multiple pets; a horse, snake, dog, cats, fish, and chickens. Amy Jo spends her time away from Glenpark welding, farming, and running a farrier business.

Angie

Angie, LVT at Muskegon Animal Hospital

Angie was born and raised in the Muskegon area. She graduated from the Baker College Veterinary Technician Program in 2006 and started working for Glenpark Animal Hospital just after graduation. She is married with two sons. She also has two cats, Fluffy and Franklin and two dogs, Annabelle and Mattie. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, running, and making wreaths.

Kelly

Kelly, LVT at Muskegon Animal HospitalKelly was born and raised in the Muskegon area. After attending Muskegon Community College she transferred to Baker College where she graduated from the Veterinary Technician program in 2006. She briefly worked in Hudsonville before coming to Glenpark Animal Hospital in 2007. When she has free time, she loves to read, spend time with friends and family, and go up north. She shares her home with 2 cats (Ricky and Louigi), 2 Miniature Pinschers (Lily and Jax), one very crazy Boston Terrier (Sherman) and 4 chickens.

Sindle

Sindle, LVT at Muskegon Animal HospitalSindle attended Baker College of Muskegon, she completed her externship at Clarke, and upon graduating from the Veterinary Technician program in 2017, was hired as a LVT. She has an interest in physical rehabilitation and exotics (thanks to her guinea pig Nona). She suffers from OHPD, Obsessive Harry Potter Disorder, and loves to curl up with her dogs and read the books or watch the movies. She can also be seen outside playing with her dogs Ladybird and Rueger, kayaking, grilling with family, or relaxing at the beach.

She is very excited to be working at Clarke and Glenpark and can’t wait to learn from the knowledgeable and experienced staff.

Mrs. Tiggywinkle
Clinic Supervisor

Mrs. Tiggywinkle, affectionately known as Tiggy, came to Glenpark by way of Muskegon County Humane Society for the birth of her 5 kittens. Her children found furever homes, but she made it clear to her adoptive family that she belonged back with us; and this is where she has lived ever since. Tiggy would like it known that she has countless responsibilities that allow Glenpark to run smoothly. Some of these include: client relations, bereavement counseling, patient care supervisor, plumbing inspector, laboratory equipment maintenance, record keeping, food inspector (both pet and human), overseeing packaging and shipping, inventory manager and security. However, her most important duty is maintenance of staff emotional health. She does not know how they survived without her in the past.