Veterinary Hospital Staff
Coppell Veterinary Hosptial
has one of the most experienced and qualified staffs
in the Dallas and Fort Worth Area.
William C Stearman , D.V.M.
I was born in Dallas and moved onto a ranch near Hico
at age 5. My graduating class only had 21 students!
Then I was off to Texas A&M University.
After graduating from the College
of Veterinary Medicine
, and with some great
insight from my mother, I decided to open a practice
in Coppell and built Coppell Veterinary Hospital in
1978. At that time, 635 to D/FW was just dirt! Since
Coppell was still rural, I worked a lot on horses in
those early days and some dogs and cats. As Coppell
grew, I limited my practice exclusively to dogs and
cats. I have always practiced to the highest standard,
and am proud to have been recently listed in “D”
Magazines Best Vets issue.
My hobby, strange as it may be for a person who grew
up on a ranch, is sailing which I have been doing for
over 35 years. Maybe there is correlation with wide
open spaces. When I'm not sailing, I love to cook and
pair wine for the meal. This is a recent hobby of mine
but I sure enjoy practicing!
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine - College
of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M
- B.S. Veterinary Science - Texas A&M University
- B.S. Microbiology - Texas A&M University 1976
- Coppell Rotary Club: 1983 - Present
District 5810: Western Regional Coordinator
- Coppell Chamber of Commerce: President 1993
- Coppell Rotary Club: President 1988-89
- Food and wine pairing
Best , LVT, Practice Manager
Angie writes, "I have been working at
Coppell Veterinary Hospital since March of 1997 while
still a veterinary technology student at Cedar Valley
College. I graduated in May of 1998 and passed the state
and national boards becoming a Registered Veterinary
Technician in June, 1998.
I am a native Minnesotan and moved to Texas in 1993.
At that time, I worked as an executive assistant. After
having been in the corporate and private sector for
many years I came to the realization that was not the
career for me. It was at that time I decided to turn
my love of animals into my profession.
My dog is named Josie (Shetland Sheepdog) who can be
seen in the hospital daily. She has become the official
greeter and treat tester.
My interests outside of animals are gardening, food
and wine pairing, and fishing (especially salt water).
- Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology, Cedar
Valley College 1998
Best , Greeter & Treat Tester
I come to work every day with my mom, Angie.
I have the most important job at the hospital. If
I'm not in the middle of a serious nap, I enjoy greeting
you and your dog. My mom and Dr. Stearman don't let
me greet the cats, although I don't know why. Anyway,
I also try to calm our nervous patients and usually
do a pretty good job. That "Dog Whisperer"
has nothing on me. Then, once we make our way into
the exam room, I ensure that enough treats are dispensed
to everyone's liking (myself included). They have
to pay me somehow.
On a personal note, I came to live with my mom about
9 years ago when I picked her out at a DFW Sheltie
Rescue adopt-a-thon. It's been smooth sailing ever
since. So long for now, I look forward to seeing you
P.S. If I am napping, I don't mind interuptions to
see my friends! Also, that treat thing I mentioned
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