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Meet Our Team

All Staff
  • All Staff
  • Northern Colorado
  • Denver Metro
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Megan Coveyou, Veterinarian

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Lori Schmalz, Veterinarian

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Kelly Knoll, Veterinarian

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JoAnna Anzelmo-Rump, Veterinarian

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Stacee Kim, Veterinarian

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Mindy Brewster, Veterinarian

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Nicole Masterson, Veterinarian

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Kellie Littrell, Veterinarian

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Tara Poyer, Veterinarian

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Suzie Gough, Veterinarian

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Eddie Desko, Veterinarian

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Angel Han, Veterinarian

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Steve Zachar, Veterinarian

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Emilea Burton, Veterinarian

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Kristen Neisler, Veterinarian

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Jenette Joseph, Veterinarian

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Mavi Graves, Veterinarian

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Gina Singleton, Veterinarian

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Kimberly Kemper, Office Manager

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Tawny Jensen, Client Relations Team

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Chloe Kaszubowski, Client Relations Team

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Amy Gonsalves, Client Relations Team

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Stacie Zanetell, Client Relations Team

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Silvana Glorioso, Client Relations Team

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Erin McNerney, Client Relations Team

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Betsy Wilson, Client Relations Team

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Mandi Browning, Grief Support Specialist

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Josh Lewis, Marketing Director

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Carissa Lutz, Software Support Specialist

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Stephanie Messick, Hospital Relations

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Tom Zachar, Field Service Team

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Dr. Chelsea McGivney, General Manager

Dr. Chelsea grew up in Albuquerque, NM and completed her undergraduate studies at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO. Upon graduation, she was commissioned as an Air Force officer and stationed at Aviano Air Base in Aviano, Italy. After an honorable discharge from the Air Force, Dr. Chelsea pursued her veterinary degree at Colorado State University. She then moved to Maryland to complete a small animal rotating internship and continued working in Maryland as a small animal, general practitioner. Missing Colorado, Dr. Chelsea accepted a position as a veterinary associate at an at-home, end-of-life veterinary practice in Northern Colorado. Her career then took a turn when she was offered a position with Nestlé Purina and she pursued an opportunity in industry, while continuing regular work as a relief veterinarian.

This unique work history and experience prepared Dr. Chelsea to assume the role of General Manager at Caring Pathways, where she leads a team of at-home, end-of-life specialists. Her passion for facilitating the human-animal bond allows her to bring her professional experience and love of veterinary care together.

In her free time Dr. Chelsea enjoys traveling with her husband, spending time with her pets, and participating in physical activities such as: CrossFit, rock climbing, and hiking.

Kathleen Cooney, DVM, CHPV, CCFP, Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Kathleen Cooney has been practicing advanced end-of-life care since 2006. She is Director of Education for the Companion Animal Euthanasia Training Academy (CAETA) and Chief Medical Officer of Caring Pathways, Inc. Dr. Cooney is a past President of the International Association for Animal Hospice and Palliative Care (IAAHPC) where she remains active in the organization, including design of their Animal Hospice and Palliative Care Certification Program.

She is well-known for her work in companion animal euthanasia and has authored two books on the subject along with numerous articles and book chapters. Dr. Cooney has collaborated in end-of-life training for the AVMA, AAHA, HABRI, IAAHPC, Fear Free Program, SVME, and many more. She is a strong advocate for best practices in all aspects of end-of-life care and speaks nationally and internationally on such topics. Dr. Cooney is also currently working towards board certification in animal welfare, expected by 2023.

She feels blessed to have a wonderful family including husband and 3 children, plus two pugs and a precious labrador.

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Jeff Lewis PhD, CEO

Jeff has been involved with Caring Pathways since its beginning and he has worked with the founder, Dr. Larry Magnuson for over 25 years in previous organizations. He brings strategic planning and organizational development expertise based on his advanced degrees and experiences. In addition to business leadership, he also teaches the next generation of business leaders at the Metropolitan State University of Denver.

Our mission to serve people and pets during the end-of-life transition drives Jeff to improve and expand our company everyday so we can help more everyday.

His time away from work is enjoyed with family and outdoor activities including golf and hobby farming.

Larry R. Magnuson, DVM

Dr. Larry is a veterinarian and founder of Caring Pathways. He earned his veterinary degree from Colorado State University and has more than 50 years of experience as a veterinarian. He founded Caring Pathways in 2010 to serve in end-of-life care for pets.

Dr. Larry is a member of such prestigious veterinary organizations as the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), Colorado Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA), American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), and The International Association for Animal Hospice and Palliative Care (IAAHPC).

It is Dr. Larry’s love for pets and people that places him in this business. He values offering his clients compassion and kindness, as well as building his business around caring for and helping others.

In his personal life, Dr. Larry is married and he loves being with family, including his 2 daughters, his 7 grandkids, and 7 great-grandkids! He enjoys exercising, reading, golfing, and always being available to serve his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and his clients.

Mobile Veterinarians in Denver and Surrounding Areas: Larry Magnuson DVM

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