Large Animal Services at Marysville Faculty Bios

Dr. Frank "Bimbo" Welker serves as the director of the clinic. He received his DVM in 1980 from Texas A&M, and received his MS degree from The Ohio State University in 1984. He has been a practicing veterinarian and has taught veterinary students for thirty years. "I enjoy working with the clients and the students," says Dr. Welker. "I like animals, that's why I became a vet, but it's the people that make the difference." Dr. Welker
Dr. Margaret "Martey" Masterson received her DVM in 1984 from The Ohio State University and her MS degree in 1989, also from The Ohio State University. She has been practicing veterinary medicine for 26 years, and teaching for 24 years. "I like the variety of the work and seeing all the different species," Dr. Masterson says. "I also enjoy the relationships I have with the clients." Dr.Masterson
Dr. Lowell Midla received his VMD in 1992 from the University of Pennsylvania and his MS degree in 1997 from The Ohio State University. He has been practicing veterinary medicine for 18 years and teaching veterinary students for more than 11 years. "I enjoy the fact that the days are never the same. I always find new, interesting, challenging situations, both diagnostic and therapeutic," Dr. Midla says. Dr. Midla
Dr. Eric Gordon received his DVM from The Ohio State University in 1997, and has been a practicing veterinarian for 13 years. He has been teaching veterinary students for more than four years. "I really enjoy working with farm animals and farmers," says Dr. Gordon. "I enjoy seeing the animals where they are and helping the farmers and producers." Dr. Gordon

bond [dot] 131 [at] osu [dot] edu (Dr. Randy Bond) received his DVM in 2013 from The Ohio State University and his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture degree in 2009 also from The Ohio State University. Coming from a family deeply rooted in all aspects of education, Randy has always seen the value of teaching. He is very excited about this opportunity to use his veterinary degree to treat animals, but also to educate.