Stuebner Airline Veterinary Hospital

16119 Stuebner Airline Dr
Spring, TX 77379

(281)376-2505

www.springtxvet.net

Our Office Staff:

                                   

                                         Glenda - Accounting                

   Moe amd Ashes

Moe and Ashes enjoying the climbing tree with Nan

Cookie, Aggie and Nan

Cookie, Aggie and Nan having love fest.

                                                                                                                             

                                                                                                                        Liz Kacal Roesner LVT / Office Manager & Alphonso

I had the pleasure of my third job being kennel assistant at Champions Veterinary Hospital in 1973. Dr Maury Coop,  Dr Gary Sizenbach and Dr Jack Whitmore were the doctors at the hospital on FM 1960. Dr Whitmore had talked to me in 1977 about going to take the technician exam at A&M. You had to have 4 years experience with a veterinary hospital. I signed up and started with a study group at University of Houston and the Houston SPCA. I was one of the first licensed veterinary technicians in the state of Texas. I have been blessed by the doctors sending me to continue education seminars and teaching me the skills of their field. As the years have gone on I find myself as Office Manager and Human Resource at this wonderful practice. Stuebner Airline and Champions Veterinary Hospital have merged into one hospital at the current location. The biggest blessing at the hospital is working with the most amazing staff. I have been married to my high school sweet heart Walter since 1978 and have 2 amazing sons with their beautiful, intelligent wives who both work in education. Walter and I are also blessed with 2 grandsons and 1 granddaughter. We cherish the time we are able to spend with them. We have the love of our life, Alphonso our pup in the picture that our kids say we love more than them. My hobbies are a small garden, canning, genealogy, photography, birdwatching and time spent with family and friends. My husband and I also have been given the opportunity by our Lord Jesus Christ of having a blanket ministry. When we go for checkups at MD Anderson and run into someone Cold, lonely or just plain scared of the unknown we offer them the blanket. It then opens up all kinds of conversations and all of the sudden we are not thinking about the cancer. New friendships are made from all around the world. 




Pita!

In memory of Pita 

 Mickey

In memory of Mickey