Staff

Kim A. Herrild, DVM

Willam J. Kunde, DVM

Kurtis J. Hallgren, DVM

Orlin Herrild, DVM

 

Dr. Kim Herrild is a graduate of Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine.  He has worked in the veterinary field all of his life and has been a practicing veterinarian for 31 years.  Although he enjoys all aspects of the veterinary field, Dr. Kim thrives on hard core science and his internal medicine cases.  When not in the office, Dr. Kim enjoys golf, travel and gardening.  He and his wife, Janice have 2 married sons, a married daughter and one Granddaughter. Their family also includes 2 Labrador retrievers, Martini and Rossi, and Clifford the cat.  Contact Dr. Kim at drkim@tcvcmarinette.com
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Dr. Bill Kunde is a native of Oshkosh Wisconsin where he completed is undergraduate work at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.  He graduated from the University of Minnesota, Co llege of Veterinary Medicine in 1984.  Dr. Bill has a special interest in canine and feline dentistry, internal medicine and reptile medicine and surgery.  Dr. Bill and his wife Peggy have been married for 36 years and have 5 children and 6 grandchildren. The family also includes 4 German Wirehair Pointers, l English Pointer, a cockatoo, 2 cats and an iguana.  Dr. Bill is an avid upland bird hunter and is a committee member of the North East Wisconsin chapter of the Ruff Grouse Society.  Contact Dr. Bill at 
drbill@tcvcmarinette.com


 



Dr. Kurt Hallgren grew up in Niagara, Wisconsin on a small beef and sheep farm.  He attended UW River Falls for his undergraduate degree in Animal Science, and graduated from the UW Madison School of Veterinary Medicine in 2002.  Dr. Kurt has practiced both large and small animal medicine during his career as a veterinarian and enjoys surgical cases.  Outside of the clinic, his passion is hunting training and competing in field trials with his two Labrador retrievers, Darton and Early.  Contact Dr. Kurt at drkurt@tcvcmarinette.com


 

Dr. Orlin Herrild graduated from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1957.  He began his own mixed animal practice in Menominee, Michigan before moving to Marinette and the present site of Town & Country Veterinary Clinic.  Although technically retired, he still enjoys helping out and is a great mentor for everyone at this practice.  Dr. Orlin enjoys gardening and travel.  He and his wife Nancy have 4 married children (one of them being Dr. Kim), 10 grandchildren, one great granddaughter and a very mischievous Parsons Jack Russell Terrier named Lizzy. 

 

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