Our Staff

Chris Miller

Chris grew up loving and rescuing animals much to the chagrin of her grandparents and father. As an adult while raising a family, Chris continued her love of animals and rescued many with her family’s support.

Chris became involved with the Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County and worked there for several years. She has also been a part of many other rescues such as TNR of Warren and shelterpuppies.org helping with fundraisers and fostering animals.

In March of 2014 Chris joined the staff of Grand Valley Veterinary Hospital. She loves the staff she works with and the work environment at GVVH. Chris greatly enjoys the clients and helping to ensure their pets are taken care of.

Chris has many pets at home including eight cats, three dogs, and one foster cat, who all love visiting Grand Valley Veterinary Hospital.

Samantha Krieg

Samantha has been an integral part of Grand Valley Veterinary Hospital for over 10 years. Her family is from the Windsor area, but she currently resides in Colebrook with her husband and two daughters. Samantha serves as a receptionist, assistant, and office manager at GVVH.

In her spare time, Samantha volunteers at Windsor Fire Department as a part of the K-9 Search and Rescue team and is a firefighter/EMT. Samantha is also a Sales Leader with Norwex. On her days off, she enjoys horseback riding, spending time with her family and volunteering in her daughters class when needed.

Samantha has 2 Golden Retrievers, Razor and Jax, 2 ponies, 1 cat and 1 parakeet at home. She looks forward to many years of assisting you with the best possible care of your pets.

Trista Read

Trista has worked in the veterinary medical field for 3 years since becoming certified as a Veterinary Assistant from Great Lakes Institute of Technology. In June 2018, she enrolled at the Institute of Medical Business Careers.to become a Registered Veterinary Technician. When she is not working or in class, Trista enjoys photography, especially taking photos of covered bridges, nature, and wildlife. She also loves to hike, kayak, and spend time with Bella, her 10 year old brindle Boxer she rescued from the Humane Society.

Trista excels at keeping your pet as comfortable as possible while they are at the clinic.

Nichole Williams

Nichole has lived in Southington, Ohio for the past 20 years. Her love for animals stemmed from her grandfather, who owned a successful veterinary clinic. From an early age, Nichole would bring home stray animals and care for them. As an adolescent, she was heavily involved in 4-H with several different species. Today, she has several cats and dogs of her own. Nichole has three children and graduated from Vet Tech Institute. She loves her job at GVVH and enjoys meeting the clients and pets.

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