Dr. Christopher Norman
Dr. Norman was born and raised in Brunswick and went on to attend the University of Maine, graduating in 1998 with a degree in Animal Science. He then spent 10 years in Louisiana managing two of the three LSU dairy farms and making both some of the highest-producing dairies in the state, despite discontinuing the use of artificial growth hormone! During his cow years at LSU, he earned a Master’s degree in Lactation Physiology/Mastitis and went on to graduate from LSU with his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. He also learned how to make an amazing chicken and andouille gumbo. From LSU, he went on to New Jersey, where he completed a wonderful yet rigorously challenging internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Garden State Veterinary Specialists. Most recently, he was practicing in Bangor – he is excited about being closer to home and in his hometown after 15 years away.
Dr. Kathy Seymour
Dr. Seymour is originally from New York. She attended Cornell University as an undergraduate and graduated from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. She has lived in Maine since 2000 and has been at Sunray Animal Clinic since 2001. She is married with two daughters. She has two cats named Boo and Olaf and three dogs; a Boston Terrier named George, a Cavalier named Shooey, and a Jack Russell named Lizzie. Her veterinary interests include internal medicine and small mammal medicine.
Dr. Eric Twitchell
Dr. Twitchell was born and raised in Turner, Maine. He attended Leavitt Area HS and went on to graduate from Colgate University with a BA in biology. On to the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, where he received his VMD and then a two-year residency in theriogenology. He started a mixed practice in northwest Pennsylvania with interests in large and small animals, zoos, and shelter medicine and surgery. After 30 years of practice, he has returned to Pine Tree State to join Sunray Animal Clinic. He enjoys time with his wife and seven children, including skiing, biking, hiking, and appreciating the arts.
Margaret started working for Sunray in 2019. She is from the area and recently moved back after living in Boston for 15 years. In her free time, Margaret enjoys skiing, paddleboarding, and ice fishing with her husband. Her furry family includes her elderly pug, Eduardo, and her cat, Brad.
Corky started at Sunray in July 2019. Rumor has it that she came to Sunray for the sole purpose of stealing Cosmo, the longtime clinic cat. Can anyone guess where Cosmo lives now? Corky holds degrees in Veterinary Science Technology, Biology, and Science Teaching. When not working, her interests includes gardening, sea kayaking, and home renovations.
Lead Customer Service/Veterinary Assistant
Cody has worked at Sunray for eight years and is the Customer Service Lead/Veterinary Assistant with an interest in canine behavior. She lives in Harpswell with her boyfriend, stepdaughter, and Rotties, Ava and Kirby. She enjoys fishing, hunting, gardening, four wheeling, and anything outdoor related.
Sarah started working with Sunray in June of 2021. She lives in Gardiner with her husband, two stepchildren, her Pitbull Goose and two cats, Squid and Maple. Sarah started working in the animal shelter world in 2012 and has since worked in several animal shelters, vet hospitals, and an animal emergency clinic. Outside of the clinic Sarah enjoys fly fishing, going on four wheeling adventures and playing in an adult soccer league.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Victoria has been in the field since 2015. She began her career working in emergency/ critical care and currently works in general practice/ surgery today. She has an interest in internal medicine and enjoys learning something new about it every day. Her favorite part of being a veterinary technician is that it’s never boring because no day is the same. Victoria loves all animals (but has been known to spoil chihuahuas). She enjoys spending her spare time by the sea, in nature, or at home crocheting with her fur babies. Victoria is the proud mom of three cats- Tyga, Little, and Raven, a chihuahua named Fatelli Jones, and a blue heeler named Luna.
I’m happily married to my beloved hubby…but I “date” dogs. I love my family, friends, and animals. I enjoy playing & hanging out with my great nieces & nephews (10 at last count); I also like hiking, kayaking, horseback riding, and reading. I’m active in my church, volunteer for a local Fire & Rescue Dept (Firefighter 1-A-EMT), and volunteer for two local Special Olympic teams.
Jess grew up in Sothern Maine and moved to Sothern California her junior year of high school. She received her Animal Science degree from CSU, Chico in 2016 and has been working in the veterinary field ever since. Currently she is finishing up her schooling to become a Licensed Vet Tech. She has three cats named Ray, Clint, and Dot.
Customer Service Representative
Rachael came to Sunray in the summer of 2022. She is from the area but originally grew up in Connecticut. In her free time, she enjoys reading and watching movies. On warmer days, she enjoys going for hikes and walking around town. Her furry family includes two cats, Frederick and Jasmine.
Customer Service Representative
Sheri and her cat, Ally, have recently moved to this area to be closer to family. When Sheri isn’t working at Sunray, she enjoys trying new recipes, reading, kayaking, hanging out with Parkrun friends and is excited to try more outdoor activities.
Lead Kennel Technician/Tech Assistant
Melissa Walsh is a veterinary assistant and lead kennel technician and is proud to be part of the Sunray team. She lives in Freeport with her husband, two daughters, a shy cat and an adorable dog. Her free time is spent cheering on the sidelines of the soccer and softball fields and volunteering with the local environmental group.
Hi, I’m Rob. I have just moved from Philadelphia to Maine and I am loving it. I’m the biggest fan of pitbulls; they are my favorite dogs in the world! Right now I have three pets (two cats and one dog) that run my life. My oldest cat is my favorite; just don’t tell her siblings.