Meet the Veterinary Staff of Grace Animal Hospital
The professionals of Grace Animal Hospital have been hand-picked for their commitment to excellent care for pets with the ultimate in kindness and compassion. They always respect and honor pet owners and support their efforts to enhance the human-animal bond.
Meet our special staff:
Lisa Mullett, Practice Manager
Originally from Mineral Wells, Lisa moved to Clarksburg in the year 2000. She has three children, Daniel, Mackenzie, and Olivia. In her free time, she enjoys searching for new recipes, cooking, watching her kids play sports, and spending time with friends. Lisa began working at Grace Animal Hospital as our client service manager since it first opened in 2011.
Her caring personality and dedication to the practice have made her an integral part of the hospital family. She says the opportunity to interact with our clients and their furry family members is what she enjoys most about her work. Lisa has two dogs, Ebony and Sadie, two cats, Jasmine and Isabelle, two cockatiels, Bailey and Sydney, and a horse named Jasper.
Amanda Folio, Operations Manager
Amanda was born and raised in Clarksburg, WV, where she graduated from Liberty High School in 2000. After receiving her Associates Degree in Medical Assisting and working in the medical profession for the past several years she decided to pursue her passion for animal care. In April of 2014 she joined the Grace Animal Hospital team of staff and finds everyday a blessing to be able to care for patients. When not working, she enjoys the outdoors, fishing, camping, gardening, and spending time with her family and three dogs, Fuzzy, Rosco, and Rocky.
Goldie Correll, Receptionist
Goldie was born and raised outside of Hershey, PA. In 2007, she and her husband decided to relocate to wild and wonderful West Virginia. She enjoys everything that pertains to nature and wildlife and loves to spend her free time gardening, hiking, baking, and taking pictures of animals. Goldie joined our front desk team in April of 2013. She loves all aspects of her job, but most especially meeting all the new puppies that come in. She has a playful, loveable Beagle mix named Bumper.
Tammy Bailey, Receptionist
Tammy is very happy to be a part of the hospital family and enjoys meeting the variety of patients we see. Originally from Clarksburg, Tammy graduated from Roosevelt-Wilson High School, and then spent the past 15 years in Virginia before deciding to move back home to West Virginia. She likes to spend her free time reading, swimming, and helping out on the farm. Tammy is blessed with two wonderful children, Christopher and Samantha. Sharing their home are two dogs, a black lab mix named Daisy and a Siberian Husky named Misty.