Our Reception Staff
Tina came to work for Dr. Langerhans from the beginning here at I-20 Animal Hospital in September 2010. She had worked for him for several years at his prior facility in Fort Worth. Tina, herself, has been in the veterinary industry since 1988. She gained an abundance of experience from years of working at a variety of places from regular day practices to referral and emergency clinics. She could not imagine doing anything else. From the clients to the animals and staff she has always found nothing but gratification from what she does. She is originally from Colorado. She and her husband enjoy car shows and racing.
Being a devoted animal lover, Amanda joined the world of veterinary medicine when she started here at the clinic in the fall of 2013. She has worked very hard to gain knowledge and experience as a veterinary receptionist over the last few years. She graduated from Kennedale High School and completed some college course work at TCC prior to becoming a full time mother. Her husband and 2 little boys live in Peaster, TX. In their time off, they cherish family moments together in the outdoors. They particularly enjoy fishing and hunting.
Krista was added to our ever growing team of receptionists in September, 2015. She is originally from Midland, TX. She is a very intelligent and bright individual who is currently attending Tarleton State University working on her pre-vet studies. She is looking to gain experience at our facility until it is time for her to go off on her big adventures to veterinary school.
On her free time she utilized her husbandry skills and shows a variety of livestock.
Vanessa Ung joined our staff as a technician assistant in June 2016. She has been to the clinic several times prior to this to shadow a doctor and to learn more about becoming a veterinarian. She Has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland in Biological studies and pre-medical studies. She also has a second degree from Tarleton State University in Animal Science. She plans to work here and gain as much hands on knowledge prior to going off to veterinary college. Vanessa lives at home with her husband, Cole, a golden retriever, Samson, and a black mouth cur, Stella. She is a certified sommelier and a certified specialist of wine. She spreads her wine knowledge of by teaching wine classes in her spare time.