Stephen L. Sollman, DVM
Dr. Stephen L. Sollman is a native of Fort Branch, Indiana. He was raised on a small farm just outside of town, where his father raised hogs, cattle, and grain crops along with a primary job in the post office. Dr. Sollman was encouraged to be involved in the farm work and became familiar with "chores" at a young age. The early exposure to livestock, dogs, cats, and farm life led to an interest in veterinary medicine as a career. Upon graduation from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1982 he was employed at Jennings Veterinarians as an associate veterinarian, becoming a partner in the business when Dr. Max Joseph retired in 1984.
Patricia Vayo-Sollman, DVM
Dr. Patricia Vayo-Sollman is a native of Massachusetts who was born and grew up in the outskirts of the Boston area. While attending Wilmington High School she participated in band and worked as a volunteer in a veterinary office. She also had many great experiences as a member of the local Girl Scouts organization. For a period of time during her childhood the family lived in an area that allowed her to have a horse, and she still remembers the fun she had caring for and riding that horse After graduation from Wilmington High as a member of the class of 1974, she was accepted into Regis College as a member of the class of 1978.
Kami L. Simpson, DVM
Dr. Kami Simpson has been employed at Jennings Veterinarians since her graduation from the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine with the class of 2004. Dr. Simpson grew up in the small town of Rising Sun, Indiana. Her parents, Stan and Linda Phillips, owned a small crop and livestock farm and kept her active on the farm. Experiences on the farm spurred her lifelong interest in becoming a veterinarian. During her childhood she was very involved in 4H showing many animals, including cattle, hogs, goats, rabbits, chickens, turkeys, dogs, and cats.
Rachel Endicott, DVM
Dr. Rachel Endicott grew up in Mora, Minnesota and currently resides in Vernon, Indiana. She received an undergraduate degree from Dordt College and received her DVM degree from St. George’s University. Her special interests include large animal and ruminant medicine.
Outside of work, Dr. Endicott enjoys doing puzzles, hiking, being outdoors, and watching basketball and baseball. She also cares for a three-legged dog named, Jeffrey, at home.