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Michquel BonserMichquel Bonser


Michquel worked in many different industries before joining the Central City Vet Clinic Team

in 2015. Since then, she has become the face of the clinic. Originally from Superior, Michquel is a Nebraska native and has lived in Central City for the last 6 years. She lives with her husband, Mark and their son, Colt, their dog Gunner, and cat Sadie. When not manning the front desk of the clinic, Michquel can be found enjoying a good book, on a motorcycle or traveling.

Stephanie StoneStephanie Stone

Animal Care Assistant

Steph cared for animals through several different organizations before joining the Central City Vet Clinic team in 2016. Born and raised in Texas, Steph moved to Central City, Nebraska to be closer to family. She does a phenomenal job of making every patient feel at home, whether they visit the clinic for an exam or boarding. Steph lives with her partner Tandie, their daughter, Lily, as well as 2 dogs (Star and Coco) and 5 cats (Diamond, Gloria, Superman, Velcro, Tommy Moose).

Sydnie Reeves

Animal Care Assistant

Sydnie has been part of the kennel staff at Central City Vet Clinic since 2015. She is a senior at Central City High School and is planning to attend Kansas State University in the fall of 2018. Sydnie enjoys helping out on the family ranch and hunting when she’s not lending a hand at the clinic. She has 2 dogs, Duke and Si and a cat named JJ.

Sam SimonsenSam Simonson

Clinic Assistant

Sam has been a vital part of the Central City Vet Clinic Team since 2017. Born and raised in Worms, Nebraska, Sam attended Concordia University in Seward, Nebraska (2016). Sam can be found helping work cattle, holding the occasional small animal patient or putting his handyman skills to work on various projects around the clinic. He is currently building his own cow herd and enjoys spending time hunting, fishing or playing sports.

Sour Patch

Sour Patch (aka Patch)

Clinic Cat

Sour Patch came to Central City Veterinary Clinic in 2015 as a stray kitten. He became such a part of the everyday clinic activity that he was made the clinic cat. Sour Patch often helps the doctors explain or demonstrate procedures to clients. When he is not helping the doctors, Sour Patch enjoys interacting with clinic visitors as well as other cats boarding in the cat condos.