Ryan Zinke, DVM
Dr. Ryan Zinke grew up in Mendota, Illinois, where he gained an interest in veterinary medicine through his experiences helping his grandparents on their farms. He studied Animal Sciences at the University of Illinois and graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004 with an interest in bovine, equine, and companion animal medicine. After graduation, Dr. Zinke moved to Morrison to join the Morrison Veterinary Clinic team in June 2004. His favorite aspects of working as a veterinarian at the Morrison Veterinary Clinic are “delivering newborns (even calves in the middle of winter), having the challenge of diagnosing and treating animals' diseases, and having a staff and community to work with that feels like family.” When not working, he enjoys running local road races, spending time with his wife and three daughters, and taking care of his family's dogs, cats, cattle, chickens, and three bunnies.
Serena Lawfer, DVM
Dr. Serena Lawfer grew up on a family dairy farm in Kent, Illinois. She graduated from the University of Illinois – College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. Before veterinary school, she attended the University of Wisconsin – Platteville, where she majored in Animal Science and minored in Chemistry and Music. Dr. Lawfer became a veterinarian because of her experiences on her family's dairy farm, her love for animals, and her passion for helping people. Her favorite part about being a veterinarian is forming relationships with clients and their animals! She enjoys spending her free time with her husband, children, dog, cats, and cattle. Additionally, she enjoys reading, playing piano, and doing outdoor activities on their farm.
Jentry Fane, DVM
Dr. Jentry Fane is a 2017 graduate of the Iowa State University with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Fane started with the Morrison Veterinary Clinic team in 2018. He was first employed at a veterinary clinic in Iowa, where he gained experience in medicine and surgery, as well as a primary focus of bovine medicine. Dr. Fane had the privilege of being raised on a small farm in Sterling, Illinois, with several small animals and Hereford cattle. His hobbies include fishing and watching or playing baseball. The path of veterinary medicine has been a career choice of Jentry from a very young age. He has always enjoyed taking care of animals and it just seemed like a natural choice for him. He loves the entire realm of caring for animals, whether he is performing surgeries, treating family pets, or going on farm calls. “I am excited to make a difference in the lives of pets and their owners, right here where I grew up.”