Meet the Staff

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Richard Wiley, DVM

Dr. Wiley is a 1980 graduate of The Ohio State University. He is an active member of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) having served two terms on the Board of Directors representing Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, and West Virginia.  In 2015, he was the dairy session chairman for the AABP conference. Dr. Wiley is involved with the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association by serving as chairman on the Bovine Health Task Force, which implements HACCP protocols for drug residue avoidance in beef and dairy products in Ohio. A highlight from 2014 was when he represented Dairy Tech, a leader in milk and colostrum pasteurization, at The World Buiatrics Congress in Cairns, Australia. Dr. Wiley's professional interests include pasteurization of milk and colostrum, dairy calf housing, and positive pressure ventilation systems. Dick lives in the Lattasburg area with his wife Karen. His family also includes his daughter Taylor, and son-in-law Ryan. In his free time, Dr. Wiley is an avid bicyclist.

Bradford Garrison, DVM

Dr. Garrison is a 1983 graduate of The Ohio State University. In 2015, Brad was the president of the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Garrison's professional interests include reproductive management and records analysis. He lives in Pleasant Home with his wife Jane, daughter Shannon, and son Spencer. In his free time, Dr. Garrison enjoys attending his children's sporting events, church functions, and spending quality time with his family. 

David White, DVM

Dr. White is a 2003 graduate of The Ohio State University. He is a member of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners. Dr. White's professional interests include reproduction, surgery, and calf medicine. Dave lives in the Reedsburg area with his wife Hannah and their four children. In his free time, Dr. White enjoys various outdoor activities, grilling, and spending quality time with his family.

Malcolm "Mike" Finney, DVM

Dr. Finney is a 1977 graduate of The Ohio State University and received a certificate in Dairy Health Management from Michigan State University. He is a member of the Ohio State Veterinary Medical Association, American Association of Bovine Practitioners, and American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners. In 2007 Dr. Finney merged his dairy practice with New Pittsburg Large Animal Clinic. Mike lives in Marshallville with his wife Julie. His family also includes three grown children and three grandchildren. In his free time, Dr. Finney enjoys raising sheep, and attending Ohio State football games.

Brad Messmore, Book Keeper

Brad is a 1997 graduate of DeVry University and has his Bachelor's Degree in Accounting. He has been employed here at New Pittsburg Large Animal Clinic since July 1999. Brad lives in Lodi with his wife Denise and their two daughters. In his spare time he enjoys bowling, golfing and spending time with his family.

Sarah Speal, Receptionist

Sarah is a 1995 graduate of Orrville High School. She has been employed here at New Pittsburg Large Animal Clinic since June 2002. Sarah lives in Orrville with her daughter Avery. In her spare time she enjoys attending auctions, the company of her pets, and various outdoor activities including camping and gardening.

Sonia Clinton, RVT, VTS (CP-Production Medicine)

Sonia is a 2005 graduate from Cuyahoga Community College and has her Associate Degree in Veterinary Technology. She has been employed here at New Pittsburg Large Animal Clinic since May 2005. In 2013 she passed her veterinary technology specialty exam in Clinical Practice with a production animal medicine subdivision. In her spare time she enjoys exercising, target shooting, and crocheting.

Alyssa Mack, BA, RVT

Alyssa graduated in 2011 with her Bachelor's degree in Agriculture with an Animal Science major from The Ohio State University, while obtaining her Associate degree in Applied Science in Veterinary Technology from Columbus State Community College. Alyssa has been employed here at New Pittsburg Vet Clinic since March 2016.  Currently, Alyssa lives in West Salem where she is a member of a local 4-H club and active on the Wayne County Dog Committee.  Alyssa has a passion for training her dogs and working with the Medina Kennel Club.  In her spare time she enjoys camping, attending truck and tractor pulls, spending time with family and friends, tending to her various animals, and learning about advancements within veterinary medicine.