by Jessica Hickey, staff writer

CLAY-MAR VET clinic held a ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday, July 23 to mark a new chapter in its 47-year history, as Dr. Teri Sexton takes over the practice. Friends and staff gathered to celebrate, including (from left) John Davis, Mackenzie Boggs, Wayne Bruinekool (with Missy from the Humane Society), Maggie Smith, Dawn Davis, Dr. Charlene McCumons, Dr. Teri Sexton, Theresa Sheridan, Carleigh Conner, and Tracey Morse.           (Independent Photo/Jessica Hickey)

Clay-Mar Veterinary Clinic at 2507 W. Hibbard Rd. celebrated an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday, July 23. Although the clinic has been open since 1969, the event marked the transfer of ownership to Dr. Teri Sexton, DVM, who purchased the clinic in April. Sexton’s predecessor, Dr. Charlene McCumons, will continue to work at the clinic part-time until her retirement. Veterinary technician Maggie Smith said the open house was organized to give patients a chance to meet Dr. Sexton, now that she is the new owner of the clinic.

Clay-Mar specializes in small animals, mostly treating cats and dogs. Sue Osika from the Shiawassee Regional Chamber of Commerce was on hand to coordinate the ribbon cutting and welcome Dr. Sexton to the community.

Clay-Mar Vet Celebrates New Ownership was last modified: August 1st, 2016 by Karen Elford