Practice Manager of the Year Award
WVPMA Practice Manager of the Year Award

WVPMA "Practice Manager of the Year" Award

Blaire Hill-Morois - 2020 Practice Manager of the Year - Congratulations!

Every year a worthy practice manager is recognized by the Wisconsin Veterinary Practice Managers Association (WVPMA) for his/her dedication to the veterinary profession. This award was presented at the WVPMA virtual meeting held on October 22, 2020.

The "Practice Manager of the Year" is an individual recognized by their peers, their employer(s), and staff as achieving "excellence in leadership". The nominee must put forth a sustained effort to:

  • Work actively to improve their practice and maintain excellence.
  • Ensure that their practice achieves its goals and functions in a manner consistent with its mission.
  • Set the best example of professionalism, work ethic, and compassion in their practice.
  • Support continued education and growth within their practice team and for themselves.
  • Make decisions and take actions that indicate that the practice needs are a priority.
  • Contribute positively to policy and procedure development.

Applications will be accepted starting in August, 2021. Please return in August to nominate your manager.

WVPMA Manager of the Year

Blaire Hill-Morois, CVT, Operations Manager
The Animal Hospital Pet Clinic.

A special Thank You to Midwest Cremation Services for sponsoring our 2020 "Practice Manager of the Year" award.

Midwest Cremation Service

Past Recipients of the WVPMA Practice Manager of the Year Award:

  • 2020 Blaire Hill-Morois
  • 2019 Billie Fisher
  • 2018 Jessie Cox
  • 2017 Jamie Holter
  • 2016 Bob Feller
  • 2015 Sue Arndt
  • 2014 John Rasmussen
  • 2013 Lyn Schuh
  • 2012 No Award Given
  • 2011 Holly Houston
  • 2010 Tamera Hagner
  • 2009 Gail Yatso
  • 2008 Cheryl Skwor
  • 2007 Cheryl Kuchera
  • 2006 Alyce D’Amato
  • 2005 Linda Johnson
  • 2004 Gail Pipke (Peterson)
  • 2003 Cathy Lucchesi
  • 2002 Lori Jensen
  • 2001 Josette Svitter
  • 2000 Lyn Barwick
  • 1999 Lisa Evans
  • 1998 Larry Dreifke

Please Note:

Individuals intending on becoming new members must download, complete and mail or fax the WVPMA Membership Renewal/Application Form even if paying for the fees online. Completed forms can be mailed to Patti McFarland, Treasurer.

If you are a new member, you must fill out a Membership Application. It may take a few weeks to process a new member application.