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Beloved Howard County veterinarian Dr. Kenneth Vroman, DVM, was honored with the MVMA Academy Distinguished Service Award. The award was presented to Dr. Vroman by Dr. Mac Wilt at the Missouri …
Beloved Howard County veterinarian Dr. Kenneth Vroman, DVM, was honored with the MVMA Academy Distinguished Service Award. The award was presented to Dr. Vroman by Dr. Mac Wilt at the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association’s 132nd Annual Convention in January at the Holiday Inn Executive Center in Columbia.
More than 600 veterinarians, veterinary technicians, practice staff, and veterinary students attended the convention, offering participants over 60 continuing education lectures.
Now retired, Dr. Vroman practiced veterinary medicine for many years at the Howard County Veterinary Clinic. He is lifetime-retired member of the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA).
Dr. Vroman graduated from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 1969. He is a founding member of the MVMA Academy, which recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. He is also a member of the MVMA’s legislative committee and the Missouri Volunteer Veterinary Corps.
MVMA Academy Distinguished Service Award recipients are individuals who have rendered meritorious service to promoting and advancing continuing education in the veterinary profession.
The Missouri Veterinary Medical Association is the society for veterinarians in the state, dedicated to maintaining the highest standards for professionalism and ethics in animal healthcare in Missouri. The association was founded to help the veterinarian better serve the health and welfare of animals and their owners.
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