Do you know a colleague or someone who has given unselfishly to the veterinary profession? Then nominate them for a CVMA Service Award!
CVMA Service Awards recognize these deserving individuals each year at the Celebration Luncheon held during the annual CVMA Convention.
It will mean so much to a person who is working for the benefit of everyone involved in veterinary medicine.
Veterinarian of the Year
A distinguished member of the CVMA who has contributed to the advancement of veterinary medicine in Colorado in the areas of organization, education, research, practice, or regulatory service.
An individual (need not be a veterinarian) who has contributed outstanding service to the advancement of veterinary medicine over an extended period of time in Colorado in any or all aspects of the profession.
2016 Veterinarian of the Year: Melanie Marsden, DVM
2016 Distinguished Service Award: William Fredregill, DVM
2015 Veterinarian of the Year: Lesli Groshong, DVM
2015 Distinguished Service Award: Ted Cohn, DVM
2014 Veterinarian of the Year: Edward R. Eisner, DVM, DAVDC
2014 Distinguished Service Award: Apryl Steele, DVM
2013 Veterinarian of the Year: Keith Roehr, DVM
2013 Distinguished Service Award: Timothy Holt, DVM
2012 Veterinarian of the Year: Ursula Eckert-Peterson, DVM
2012 Distinguished Service Award: Lance Perryman, DVM, PhD, DACVP
2011 Veterinarian of the Year: Aubrey J. Lavizzo, DVM
2011 Distinguished Service Award: George W. Platt, DVM
For a copy of the 2016 CVMA Service Awards printed program, click here.
For a copy of the 2015 CVMA Service Awards printed program, click here.
For a copy of the 2014 CVMA Service Awards printed program, click here.
For a copy of the 2013 CVMA Service Awards printed program, click here.
For a copy of the 2012 CVMA Service Awards printed program, click here.
For a copy of the 2011 CVMA Service Awards printed program, click here.
A CVMA member who has graduated in the last 10 years and has made a significant contribution to veterinary medicine in Colorado in the area of organizational activities (local, state, regional), private practice, regulatory services, education, or research.
A Colorado State University faculty member who has provided unselfish assistance to practitioners as a clinician, is a proficient and capable teacher, and/or has made significant contributions to continuing education.
Technician of the Year
A Colorado veterinary technician demonstrating exceptional clinical competence, a caring commitment to animal welfare, or outstanding leadership ability whose dedication raises the level of excellence in the veterinary profession, the technician’s community, or society as a whole.