Get to Know the Staff at Sutton Road Animal Hospital

Dr. William Husar

Dr. William Husar earned his DVM from the University of Illinois in 1984, graduating with high honors. Prior to that, he graduated from Millikin University Summa Cum Laude with a BA in Biology. He also taught anatomy and biology at Millikin for a year before proceeding to the University of Illinois. He came to work at what had been Samuelson Animal Clinic in 1985, where he helped expand the practice over the following several years. He became a significant shareholder in 1992. He encouraged and facilitated the construction of a new hospital facility on the grounds of the original Samuelson property in 1994. It was at that point that the name of the practice was changed to Sutton Road Animal Hospital. Dr. Husar became the majority shareholder of Sutton Road Animal Hospital in 2003, and the sole shareholder in 2008. At this time, Dr. Husar is no longer seeing clients due to health concerns, but he is still reachable if anyone is interested in “reminiscing the old days”. He is married to Donna, and they have three children. The Husar family also includes two dogs, Ed and Daisy, 10 chickens, and an adopted duck named Lucy Ricardo.

Dr. Kristina Wanders 2

Dr. Kristina Wanders is a graduate of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine and joined Sutton Road Animal Hospital in 2011. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Integrative Biology at the University of Illinois. Dr. Wanders dreamed of being a veterinarian ever since she was a child, and she feels that our pets are a significant part of our families. She is particularly interested in promoting wellness through preventative medicine and client education. She also has a strong interest in internal medicine and treating exotics. Dr. Wanders has two dogs (Hailey and Kody) and three cats (Kiwi, Trixie, and Sophie). She enjoys reading, movies, crafts, fishing, and collecting anything having to do with owls.

Dr. Jaclyn Rumpf

Dr. Jaclyn Rumpf graduated from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010 after completing her undergraduate work at the University of Illinois. She practiced for several years in the Orland Park area prior to joining our team in the spring of 2014. Dr. Rumpf’s special interests are internal medicine, dentistry, and treating exotics. She is passionate about animal rescue, and presently has three rescued dogs: Rimmie, Maris and Cosmo. Her personal interests include crafting, reading, knitting, and writing.

Dr. Duane A. Kimmey

Dr. Duane A. Kimmey was born and raised in Oberlin, OH and relocated to Riverview, MI when he was 12 years old. His passion for veterinary medicine began at the young age of 8 and developed over many summers spent on his grandfather’s 500 acre dairy farm. Dr. Kimmey attended Michigan State University for his undergraduate studies then transferred to Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine to receive his doctorate in 1990. In his senior year of vet school he received the “Wade O. Brinker” award; an award given to the most outstanding senior student in orthopedic surgery, selected by their peers.

After receiving his DVM, Dr. Kimmey was accepted into and completed a 16-month small-animal rotating internship program in medicine, surgery, emergency medicine and critical care at Michigan Veterinary Specialists. He began working in private practice in the Detroit metropolitan area. He owned and operated a mobile practice called Kimmey’s Veterinary Unit, and later went on to purchase and operate North Metro Veterinary Hospital from 2002 to 2009. During that time, he was also a freelance writer for the Detroit News with a weekly column answering reader’s veterinary questions. Dr. Kimmey relocated to Chicago in 2009 to work with his classmate at The Animal Doctor in Cary. IL. A few years later he accepted the Chief of Staff position at Lincolnway Animal Hospital in Matteson, IL. After getting married in 2015 he determined to relocate closer to home, which brought him to Sutton Road Animal Hospital in June 2017.

Dr. Kimmey has a strong interest in surgery, especially orthopedics. He is certified in PennHIP; a procedure used to evaluate and determine hip laxity in the canine patient. He is a member of the AVMA, CVMA, Tuskegee Veterinary Medical Alumni Association and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.

Dr. Kimmey proudly serves as a deacon at New Community Baptist Church in Aurora. He has a wonderful wife, Sophia, 3 children (Jasmine, Nia, and Jada) and two grandchildren (Brooklyn and Jaxon) who keep him going with a smile on his face. The couple has a 3-year old rescued Yorkie named “Prince Roger Festus”. He is a master scuba diver and enjoys exploring old shipwrecks in the great lakes. He also enjoys playing chess, golf, water skiing and listening to live traditional jazz music.

Shellie Fetting

Shellie Splinter, Veterinary Technician, has been part of the Sutton Road Animal Hospital family since she was fifteen years old, more than half of her life! We are incredibly grateful for this fact, as she has a love for animals and their families, along with dedication and an immense sense of humor that can rise above all circumstances! She is passionate about her career, having known that she wanted to work with animals since she was seven years old. Shellie is always thinking of better ways to serve clients, with her ideas being the inspiration behind many initiatives here at Sutton Road. In her free time she enjoys bowling on a local league. Shellie is married to Matt, and they have two dogs, Taz and Dozer.

Kathryn Wilder

Kathryn Wilder is a 2014 graduate of The Vet Tech Institute at Fox College, and is a Certified Veterinary Technician. She began working at Sutton Road Animal Hospital in June 2014 and quickly became a highly valued and integral member of our team. Before attending college, Kathryn volunteered at various animal shelters and worked for a dog groomer. Kathryn loves animals, especially baby animals and Dachshunds (you can see more of Kathryn’s little Dachshund, Stanley, on our blog page). In her spare time she enjoys volunteering at adoption events for Chicago Animal Care and Control, outdoor activities, movies, reading, spending time with her friends and family, and teaching her pets new tricks.

Michelle Townsend

Michelle Townsend has loved animals and wanted to work with them her whole life. She joined our practice in 1998, starting as a receptionist, and working her way around the hospital as veterinary assistant and now office manager. She enjoys the variety of duties that her position offers. Wherever Michelle is needed, she will be there to help. In fact, she usually knows what is needed and has it done before anyone asks! Three words often heard around Sutton Road Animal Hospital are: “Michelle is amazing”. She and her husband Chris have two daughters, Isabelle, and Emma, and two Standard Schnauzers, Ezri and Loki. In her free time, Michelle enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, and listening to music.

Laura DeBrocke

Laura DeBrocke has been a member of the Sutton Road team since 2005. She is the anchor of our reception staff. Her impeccable work ethic and boundless energy keep the front end running efficiently and effectively. She works hard and cares deeply for our clients and their pets. Laura is the first to lend a helping hand wherever needed. She has a heart for community service, and works tirelessly in support of the American Legion in Elgin. Laura always looks forward to spending time with her three children, and her dog, Pepper. She loves camping and fishing, and simply enjoying the great outdoors!

Our staff looks forward to meeting you. Call us at (847) 742-8298 to book your next appointment.

Monday: 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

Sutton Road Animal Hospital
10 Southwicke Drive
Streamwood, Illinois 60107
Main (847) 742-8298
Fax (847) 742-8343
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