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Stephen enjoys his career choice as lead A.M. Technician, where he can make a difference in people's/pet's lives. Steven owns one pet, a mixed breed he rescued named Molly. His hobbies include photography, playing soccer, hiking, music and movies. He enjoys helping people and family pets. He strives to make a difference by improving lives and educating clients. (With IRAH since 04/2005).
Tasha started at IRAH in 2002 as a receptionist and loved working with animals so much she worked her way into a veterinary assistant position. She is married and two sons, Nathan and Parker, and 3 wonderful pets. Her four-legged friends consist of a Beagle mix named Buster, a Lab mix named Shelby and a gray cat named Innova. She most enjoys offering comfort and care to sick animals and the rewarding smiles their family members give her. (With IRAH since 6/2002).
Right after graduating from Tucson High, Damian attended Pima Community College where he demonstrated a strong interest in learning medicine. Damian has worked in the medical field since 2007. He first worked in human medicine before transferring his passion to Veterinary Medicine. In his free time, he spends it with his two beautiful daughters. Together, they enjoy outdoor recreation activities and anything adventurous. (With IRAH since 10/2010)
Cindy loves working at Ina Road Animal Hospital. She realized at a young age she wanted to work with animals. She has had several opportunities during her education to work with them including an internship at the zoo and working at a horse center. These experiences led her to the Ina Road Animl Hospital family. She has three flower girls - Lily, Violet, and Dahlia. (With IRAH since 7/2002)