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.
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.
Laurin joined our team in March of 2019. You will find her assisting the Doctor and occasionally up front to greet you.
Laurin grew up in West Farmington and graduated from Bristol High School. She now resides in Cortland with her Fiance, Tyler and their dog Boe and cat Kit Kat. Laurin has always had a love of animals and grew up caring for a variety of them including cats, dogs, chinchillas and sugar gliders. In her spare time, Laurin enjoys fishing, riding four wheelers, hunting and spending time with family and friends. Fun fact about Laurin, she has a twin sister! Laurin looks forward to many years of helping make your pets visit to our office a great one!
Nate, and his happy little family of 14, grew up in Windsor, where he now serves the public along side the fine people at the Windsor Fire Dept. Nate has had a plethora of furry and scaly friends since the time he and his brothers could catch frogs from the creekside, including Cats, Dogs, Bearded Dragons, Snakes, Guinea Pigs, Hampsters, and his dearest Chickens. Nate occupies his freetime working with home renovation, construction projects, and any instrument he can get his hands on. Nate looks forward to meeting the needs of the people and animals in his community and can’t wait to get to know all the wonderful clients of our hospital. Fun fact: Nate started work here during the COVID 19 pandemic and has never seen a client in the main foyer of the Hospital! He is very excited to see all of you here when it is safe.