Dr. William Armbruster I was born here, in Logan County, and grew up on a grain and livestock farm. I attended college at the University of Illinois for my undergraduate degree in animal science and then again for veterinary school. I graduated from the University of Illinois Veterinary School with honors in 1988.
Upon graduation, I returned to the area and started working at Greenhaven Animal Clinic, where I had worked as an intern during the summers and school breaks. I have continued my education over the years with numerous seminars and conferences, also graduation from the Executive Veterinary Program at the University of Illinois. I strive to practice the highest quality veterinary medicine available.
I was lucky enough to meet my wife, Kay, shortly after graduation. We were married in May 1990, and we have been blessed with three wonderful boys: Michael, a recent PharmD graduate from St Louis College of Pharmacy; Logan who will graduate this fall from the University of Illinois in chemical engineering; and William, a junior at the University of Illinois.
In my "spare" time, I enjoy being outdoors hunting, fishing, or working landscaping. We also enjoy traveling and seeing different parts of the United States. DVM Dr. George Eales I have been a member of the Greenhaven Animal Clinic team since 2003. I am a graduate of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. My professional interests include equine dental care, lameness, and reproduction, and I have pursued continuing education in these areas. I enjoy the benefits and challenges of a mixed animal practice in a small town setting.
I am married to Dr. Karren and we have three boys. We share our home with home with one dog, Truman; two cats Jose, and Fiddles a three legged wonder; two horses, Martha and Gideon, and two ponies. My personal interests include American history, genealogy, and bow hunting. DVM Dr. Karren Crownhart Eales I realized early on that I wanted to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. In the fourth grade, we were asked the question, "Where will you be when you are 25?" I answered, "In veterinary school!"
I graduated from the University of Illinois in 2002, and joined the Greenhaven family in 2003. My interests include internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, and integrative medicine using conventional and nonconventional approaches to helping animals heal. I recently passed the testing for certification in veterinary acupuncture, and I enjoy using this modality to bring balance to our patients. I am also involved with Pets Without Parents and Operation S.A.F.E., rescue organizations that work to better the lives of animals in central Illinois.
I enjoy spending time with my family–my husband, Dr. George, and our three young boys. Our family also includes a menagerie of animals, our rambunctious dog Truman, three sweet kitties, four well fed horses, and a mix of ducks, and chickens. I also enjoy creating handmade jewelry, gardening, and reading whenever I have a little extra time. DVM Dr. Jason Wrage I am a 2007 graduate from the University of Illinois, College of Veterinary Medicine and have been in general practice since that time. I grew up in rural Emden, Illinois.
Before joining the Greenhaven team as an Associate Veterinarian in October of 2013, I began working at Greenhaven in high school as an assistant. From there I went on to college to study veterinary medicine. Before Greenhaven I have worked in a mixed practice in western Illinois and a small animal practice in southern Illinois. My professional interests include small animal internal medicine and large animal herd health.
I am married to my beautiful wife, Elizabeth, and have two young daughters. My pets include Chief, a black lab who thinks he is human and Suzy, a rambunctious yellow lab with no manners. With my little remaining free time I enjoy fishing, playing basketball, gardening and hunting. I am excited to return to Central Illinois and look forward to serving our clients. DVM Dr. Jeremy Kramer I am from Huntingburg, Indiana. I earned a Bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of Notre Dame and then earned my doctorate of Veterinary medicine from Kansas State University. I have spent the last three years practicing in a mixed animal practice in Greensburg, IN before moving to Lincoln.
My wife Katie and I were married in June 2015 and were blessed with our daughter Lucy in June 2016. In my free time I enjoy reading, hiking and chasing Lucy around the house.
I enjoy working in a mixed animal practice setting with particular interests in beef cattle production and reproduction work in all species. DVM Dr. Kayte LaFollett Growing up on a small livestock farm, in Elmwood, Illinois, I always knew that I wanted to become a veterinarian. I decided to attend Monmouth College and graduated in 2013 with my Bachelors Degree in Biochemistry and Chemistry. From there, I attended the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in May of 2018.
Greenhaven is the perfect fit for me because I enjoy working with both large and small animals. My professional interests include small animal internal medicine and surgery, equine lameness and reproduction, and large animal herd health. I’m very excited to stay in Central Illinois and begin my career with such a wonderful practice.
In my spare time, I enjoy being outdoors, going kayaking, hiking and to sporting events. I have two dogs Riley and Scout and hope to have a horse in the near future. I am happy to be a member of the Greenhaven team and I’m looking forward to meeting and serving our clients! DVM Dr. Amy Maguire I grew up on a small farm in Upstate New York. We had pigs,
cows, cats, dogs, vegetable gardens and lots of beautiful, dense woods surrounding it all. As a young girl I worked alongside my
sisters and parents caring for our animals. Hard work, kind animal care, and being outdoors was my childhood, and I learned important and valuable life lessons which I carry with me today. Caring for animals became my passion, so Veterinary School was the next step after high school and college. Believe it or not, I was told by many people that a woman couldn't become a Vet – too much heavy equipment and scary work with large, dangerous animals. Despite these attempts to dissuade me, I knew I could be a Vet, I was STRONG and determined! I was thrilled to be accepted into the Animal Science (pre-Vet) Program at The University of Rhode Island. When I had my first trip to the
University's small farm, it felt like I was home!
A few years later, Veterinary School took me to Ross University on the beautiful Caribbean Island of St. Kitts, followed by a final year of clinical training at Kansas State University. Upon graduation, I moved to Nassau County for my first associate 1 veterinary position. Long Island has become my beloved adopted home, and I have been in practice here since 1998. When I am not hard at work with my patients, I love cooking for my
family, spending time with my dog getting sun burn and poison ivy in my garden, or traveling back upstate to visit with family, smell the sweetness of freshly cut hay, and look at the clear night sky full of stars. Co-founder