Suzanne joined our staff in 2007. She is a licensed Veterinary Technician in New York State, who graduated from Medaille College in 1996. She also majored in biology at The University at Buffalo and received her BS in Veterinary Technology at Medaille College in 2011. Suzanne lived in Georgia for 10 years where she was the hospital director of a corporate veterinary hospital. She has over 20 years experience in the field of veterinary medicine, management and animal care. Among the love of animals she enjoys spending time with family and friends, healthy cooking, music, natural wellness and nature. She shares her home with her husband Jay and her daughters Isabella, Cadence, Paizley and Paxtyn and animal children Duke and Kully.
Becky started work with Brighton-Eggert in September of 2008. She graduated cum laude from the University at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, and worked in the graphic design field for 5 years. Her love for animals steered her away from her previous career and she went on to pursue Veterinary Technology. She graduated magna cum laude from Medaille College with an Associate of Science Veterinary Technology degree. Becky has worked as a Receptionist, Assistant, and Technician at our clinic prior to becoming our Lead Technician in 2012. Along with her love for animals, she enjoys travel, the outdoors, and playing volleyball. She shares her home with her husband, son Eddie, and their beagle Flash.
Sherrie Dyl worked for over 20 years in management then decided to follow her childhood dream to work with animals. She graduated from Medaille College with an Associates in Applied Science Degree in May of 2012. After graduating, she worked as a Licensed Veterinary Technician in a specialty practice for 3 years before joining Brighton Eggert in June of 2015. Now, as BE’s new Lead Client Relations Specialist, she has the opportunity to combine her management skills with her love for animals.
She lives with her husband Mark and their four-legged children referred to as “the girls”: Anya, their German Shepherd, and cats Phoenix and Annika. All are spoiled rotten and they know it! Her interest in animal care combines alternative treatments and nutrition with traditional medicine to provide the best possible care for all her pets.
Sherrie enjoys hanging out and playing endless ball with “the girls.” She also enjoys reading, baking and loves to travel whenever she has the chance.