Tammy Jackson, Practice Manager
I have been with Epperson for 16 years. I started in 2001 as an assistant to the Office Manager, then became a receptionist, and eventually became a manager in 2005.
I have a Yorkie named Bree Ava and a chihuahua named Mia, who I rescued after she was left on the steps outside at Epperson. When I’m not at work, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, shopping, and traveling.
Anna Motteler, RVT
After receiving my Associate’s of Applied Science from Harrison College, I went on to pass my State Boards to become an RVT. I have been working at Epperson since May 2015 and enjoy meeting people who are also passionate about their animals.
In my free time, I love to read, be outside, go on road trips, and be around all different kinds of animals. I have two fur babies of my own at home. My American Eskimo dog, Peaches, is my little diva. I also have a one eyed cat named Alastor (yes, that’s a Harry Potter reference!) that I rescued from work.
Logan Hamilton, RVT
I have an Associate’s of Applied Science from Harrison College and passed my State Boards to become an RVT in August 2016. I then accepted a position at Epperson in September 2016. I’ve always had a passion for caring for animals and enjoy seeing all of the different animals that come in each day.
When I’m not at work, I enjoy spending time with my friends, family, and pets. I have a beagle/basset hound mix named Sherlock, a ferret, and four cats.
I have been at Epperson since August 2017. I started in the veterinary field as a kennel tech/groomer at another clinic, and I’m currently working towards becoming an RVT at Harrison College. I’ve always enjoyed working with animals and have always known that’s what I wanted to do.
I don’t have a lot of free time outside of work and school, but when I do I like to spend it with my boyfriend and dogs. I have a beagle/chihuahua mix named Trigg and a dachshund mix named Toad.
I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from USI and have several years of experience in the veterinary field. I worked as a receptionist at another local clinic for 4 1/2 years before starting at Epperson in October 2017.
When I’m not at work, I enjoy reading and watching movies. I’ve also been part of the Evansville Philharmonic Chorus for 6 years. I have 7 cats (Noah, Noel, Jet, Lucy, Blackie, Asher, and Harley) and 1 dog (Bella) at home. I also have a snake named Felix, but we usually just call him Snakey!
I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Northland College and have been working in the veterinary field since 2007. I have been with Epperson since March 2012. My favorite part of my job here is meeting people who care about and love their pets as much as I do.
I have 3 cats at home who are all rescues from my jobs in vet clinics. I also have a small zoo of birds, snakes, lizards, a hamster, and a tarantula.
My boyfriend and I are president and treasurer of the local reptile society, so that takes up most of my time outside of work. When I find extra free time, I enjoy hiking and exploring nature.
I have been with Epperson since August of 2014. I love seeing all of the animals that come in every day and building relationships with each of our clients, especially the ones who are as crazy about their pets as I am!
When I’m not at work, I enjoy reading, baking, and spending time with my family and pets. I have a spoiled rotten miniature pinscher named Batman and two trouble maker cats named Harvey and Selina.
I started interning with Epperson as part of a program for my high school. In April 2017, I started working here as a kennel assistant. I have a passion for animals and want to pursue a career in veterinary medicine, so I love working with animals every day and gaining valuable experience.
When I’m not at work, I’m usually hanging out with my friends or traveling to new places. I have several animals at home including 3 dogs (Goliath, Oliver, and Ruby), 2 cats (Taterbug and Roadrunner), a bearded dragon named Zig, and a leopard gecko named Zag.
I have been at Epperson since February 2018. I’ve always wanted to work with animals and first got experience with them in high school on my family’s farm. I’ve since started taking classes to become at veterinary technician.
Outside of work, I enjoy hunting, fishing, and doing anything that keeps me outside. I have 3 dogs at home: a yellow lab named Sunny, a black lab named Cash, and a German Shepherd named Rebel.