I was born in Central Illinois, in Logan County, and grew up on a grain and livestock farm. I attended college at the University of Illinois for my undergraduate degree in animal science and then again for veterinary school. I graduated from the University of Illinois Veterinary School with honors in 1988.
Upon graduation, I returned to the area and started working at Greenhaven Animal Clinic, where I had worked as an intern during summers and school breaks. I have continued my education over the years with numerous seminars and conferences, also graduating from the Executive Veterinary Program at the University of Illinois.
I strive to practice the highest quality veterinary medicine available.
I enjoy the mixed animal practice environment. I love the challenges that this type of atmosphere can bring, working with both large and small animals. I was lucky enough to meet my wife, Kay, shortly after graduation. We were married in May 1990, and we have been blessed with three wonderful boys: Michael, a junior at St. Louis College of Pharmacy; Logan, a freshman at the University of Illinois; and William, a junior at Lincoln High School. All three boys have been very active in sports and other extra-curricular activities, which keep us quite busy.
In my "spare" time, I enjoy being outdoors hunting, fishing, or working on landscaping. We also enjoy traveling and seeing different parts of the United States.
I grew up in Springfield, IL before moving to Plainfield and attending tech school in Tinley Park, IL. I received my associates in Applied Science from Fox College Vet Tech Institute and moved back home in August of 2017. I have a lab/husky mix named Dos, a german shepherd named Shadow, and a pitbull named Edgar. I’m eager to start my career in veterinary medicine and I hope to expand my education with large animals and exotic animas as well.
George Eales, D.V.M.
I have been a member of the Greenhaven Animal Clinic team since 2003. I am a graduate of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. My professional interests include equine dental care, lameness, and reproduction, and I have pursued continuing education in these areas. I enjoy the benefits and challenges of a mixed animal practice in a small town setting.
I am married to Dr. Karren and we have three boys. We share our home with one dog, Truman; two cats, Jose, and Fiddles, a three legged wonder; two horses, Martha and Gideon, and two ponies. My personal interests include American history, genealogy, and bow hunting.
Jason Wrage, D.V.M.
I am a 2007 graduate from the University of Illinois, College of Veterinary Medicine and have been in general practice since that time. I grew up in rural Emden, Illinois. Before joining the Greenhaven team as an Associate Veterinarian in October of 2013, I began working at Greenhaven in high school as an assistant. From there I went on to college to study veterinary medicine. During the last six years I have worked in a mixed practice in western Illinois and a small animal practice in southern Illinois. My professional interests include small animal internal medicine and large animal herd health.
I am married to my beautiful wife of 10 years, Elizabeth, and have two young daughters. My pets include Chief, a nine year old black lab who thinks he is human and Suzy, a rambunctious four year old yellow lab with no manners. With my little remaining free time I enjoy fishing, playing basketball, gardening and hunting. I am excited to return to Central Illinois and look forward to serving our clients.
Dr. Jeremy Kramer, D.V.M.
I am from Huntingburg, Indiana. I earned a Bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of Notre Dame and then earned my doctorate of Veterinary medicine from Kansas State University. I have spent the last three years practicing in a mixed animal practice in Greensburg, IN before moving to Lincoln.
My wife Katie and I were married in June 2015 and were blessed with our daughter Lucy in June 2016. In my free time I enjoy reading, hiking and chasing Lucy around the house.
I enjoy working in a mixed animal practice setting with particular interests in beef cattle production and reproduction work in all species.
Dr. Kayte LaFollett, D.V.M.
Growing up on a small livestock farm, in Elmwood, Illinois, I always knew that I wanted to become a veterinarian. I decided to attend Monmouth College and graduated in 2013 with my Bachelors Degree in Biochemistry and Chemistry. From there, I attended the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in May of 2018.
Greenhaven is the perfect fit for me because I enjoy working with both large and small animals. My professional interests include small animal internal medicine and surgery, equine lameness and reproduction, and large animal herd health. I’m very excited to stay in Central Illinois and begin my career with such a wonderful practice.
In my spare time, I enjoy being outdoors, going kayaking, hiking and to sporting events. I have two dogs Riley and Scout and hope to have a horse in the near future. I am happy to be a member of the Greenhaven team and I’m looking forward to meeting and serving our clients!
I graduated from the University of Illinois with a bachelor of science with a major in animal sciences in 2012. I grew up on a small town farm near Cullom, IL and have raised swine and beef for 4-H and FFA projects. I moved to Lincoln about five years ago and began working at Greenhaven since February 2013. In March of 2016, I was lucky enough to get to transfer to Prairiehaven Animal Hospital. I love meeting all of our new clients and our great patients! We are lucky to be in such a great community! In my spare time I love being outdoors and spending time with my family and friends. My children consist of a golden retriever mix, Loui, a one-eyed cat, Winki, and a three-legged cat, Peggi!
I grew up in Flint Michigan and received my Associates degree in Veterinary Technology from Baker College in 2009. I now reside in Springfield, Illinois. I have a Beagle named Pepper and a cat named Trucker. I love working with animals and educating their owners on how to best care for their pets so that they live long and healthy lives.
Certified Veterinary Technician
I grew up in Decatur Illinois and started working with animals as soon as I could convince someone to let me help. I started working in wildlife rehabilitation at 15 and started as a kennel girl when I was 16. I graduated from Parkland college as a Veterinary Technician in 2009. My interests in veterinary medicine include ANYTHING "CAT " , internal medicine and exotics. I love to embrace the role of "cat lady" in our team and have special interest in behavior medicine and environmental enrichment in felines. I share my home with my longtime partner Bruce as well as four cats and one dog: Pretty kitty, Thomas, Guido, Cheshire and Cheyanne. Cheyanne loves to travel with us and go on visits to the hospital where she is a registered therapy dog. In my spare time I enjoy camping, hiking, canoeing, gardening and cooking.
Certified Veterinary Technician
My name is Cassie Lloyd and I was born and raised in Springfield IL. I have always loved to learn about animals and after graduating from vet tech school I went up north by Chicago to work at a specialized emergency hospital. After working in such a incredible place I decided to move back to be close to family and to gain my client relationship back. I have one beagle mix rescue named Carly and two kitties named Moomoo and Remi! I've grown up with Rottweilers my whole life, so large breed animals are my favorite. Can't wait to meet your pet!
Certified Veterinary Technician
My name is Elli Johnson and I grew up in Mason City where I currently live at home with my family while I attend Lincoln Land Community college. I plan to transfer to the University of Illinois to study animal science and one day become a Veterinarian. I have always loved animals, but did not decide to pursue vet school until I took a kennel position here and loved every minute of it. I look forward to learning more and more about veterinary medicine everyday that I come to work. In my spare time, I enjoy painting, being active, and spending time with friends and family. I look forward to meeting you and your fur family here at PAH.