Owner, Russel Seifferlein, DVM

Dr. Russel Seifferlein graduated from Michigan State University in 2000 and joined Clinton Veterinary Service shortly thereafter. While being a veterinarian means working with animals, Dr. Russ feels it is important to maintain good relationships with the owners and farm managers that are responsible for these animals. Dr. Russ enjoys working very closely with all the wonderful people that make up our farms and clientele. During his time off he enjoys spending time with his family. He also spends time outdoors doing such activities as fishing, hunting, and trapping.  

Veterinary Assistant, Lindsay Guild

Lindsay Guild joined Clinton Veterinary Service in the summer of 2018.  She is currently working in the office, while she attends Baker College for Veterinary Tech School.  Lindsay is a great asset to the team, performing diagnostic testing and caring for patients while in the clinic.  In her spare time, she loves giving riding lessons and working with her horse Cooper.

Associate, Kristin Trierweiler, DVM

Dr. Kristin Trierweiler graduated from Michigan State University in 2006 and joined Clinton Veterinary Service shortly after. As a veterinarian, she enjoys equine dentistry, bovine and equine surgery, along with bovine maternity and calf care. In her spare time, she can be found crafting, running, gardening, and riding her horse, “Teddy.” She and her husband, Gregg, have three children, Alex, Ashleigh, and Lucas. 

Associate, Lindsey Sanchez, DVM

Dr. Lindsey Sanchez graduated from Michigan State University in 2014. She joined our practice in May 2015. As a veterinarian, she enjoys working with beef farms, small ruminants, pigs, and equine preventative care. She and her husband Joseph enjoy spending quality time with their daughter, Brimley along with riding their horse and pony, playing with their 2 dogs, and caring for their small herd of beef cows and calves. 

Veterinary Assistant, Lindsey Huff (aka Nicole)

Lindsey Huff joined the Clinton Veterinary Service team in May of 2019.  Lindsey previously worked with small animals and came to us to extend her knowledge with large animal medicine.  She works along side the other office staff helping clients, working with samples, and making sure the doctors are prepared everyday.  In her free time, she loves spoiling her daughter, Molly and enjoying time with her family.  

Associate, Alicia Tutino, DVM

Dr. Alicia Tutino graduated from the University of Missouri in 2016.  She came to Michigan and competed an internship at Green Meadow Dairy, worked in New York and came back to Michigan to join Clinton Veterinary Service in March 2018. As a veterinarian, she enjoys performing surgery, monitoring milk quality and parlor management. In her down time, Dr. Alicia enjoys CrossFit, running, playing soccer, spending time with her dogs, Zoey and Munchkin, and watching movies. 

Associate, Justin Hess, DVM

Dr. Justin Hess graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Madison in 2015.  He joined the Clinton Vet team in January of 2018. Dr. Justin's interest within veterinary medicine include but are not limited to, calf health along with employee training and management. Outside the office, Dr. Justin spends his free time hunting turkey and deer. He also enjoys golfing, playing euchre, and rooting for the Green Bay Packers and University of Wisconsin Badgers.

Associate, Cynthia Trombley, DVM

Dr. Cynthia Trombley graduated from Michigan State University in 1993. Soon after, in 1994, she joined the Clinton Veterinary Service team and brought the equine aspect to the practice. She later became co-owner with her husband, Dr. Michael Trombley. As the pioneer of the equine portion of Clinton Veterinary Service, she has grown to enjoy all aspects related to horses. Starting with the first stages of breeding and foaling then progressing into overall wellness throughout the life of the horse. After hours, you can find Cynthia doing yard work, riding her Tennessee Walker mare, “Jewel” and supporting her children, Olivia and Nicholas, on the soccer fields. 

Associate, Rebecca Bean, DVM

Dr. Rebecca Bean graduated from Cornell University in 2011. She worked as an intern at Michigan State University before joining Clinton Veterinary Service in 2013. Her special interests within veterinary medicine include equine emergency medicine and dairy production. Dr. Bean is currently studying acupuncture to further her education.   In her spare time, she enjoys gardening and spending time with her husband Rob and children Freddie and Claire.

Associate, Michael Trombley, DVM

Dr. Michael Trombley graduated from Michigan State University in 1990 and immediately joined Clinton Veterinary Service, which he later took ownership of with his wife. He focuses heavily on dairy production medicine while working closely with herdsmen to develop practical standard operating procedures and ensuring their compliance throughout the farm. When not working, he spends much of his time outdoors – hunting, fishing, and hiking with his family. He is married to Dr. Cynthia Trombley, and together they frequent the soccer fields to watch and cheer on their children Olivia and Nicholas.

Veterinary Assistant, Kelly Hanson

Kelly Hanson joined the Clinton Veterinary Service team in 2014. As a member of the office staff, she enjoys utilizing her vast experience in the horse industry while expanding her knowledge of the cattle and other species we work with. Kelly has a great interest in diagnostic testing in the clinic, along with assisting the doctors on farm calls.  When not working, Kelly can be found spending time with her daughters, Cortny, Emily, and Cassidy. She also spends as much time as possible with her grandchildren Clayton and Lydia. 

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Associate, Travis Breunig, DVM

Dr. Travis graduated from Michigan State and joined Clinton Veterinary Service.  He is originally from Wisconsin.  Travis is very interested in dairy herd management, along with surgeries and calf health.  Outside of work he enjoys running, spending time with his dogs, and a nice night in catching up on sports teams.  (Go Packers!!)