Belinda has worked here at Crooked Creek since 2003. As well as being a Vet Technician, she is also our Office Manager! She helps to make sure our clinic is operating at its best. She is a loving wife and mother of two sons, Ryan and Logan. She enjoys riding horses, spending time with her family! She has three wonderful dogs- Petey, Maximus, and Nala. She loves animals and enjoys working with them at Crooked Creek.
Georganna, C.V.T., graduated from Hinds Community College with a degree in Veterinary
Technology in May 2004. She came to work at Crooked Creek Animal Hospital after graduating, working through 2009, and very much likes the exposure that working in a busy mixed animal practice brings. From performing dental exams and cleanings, to assisting with surgeries, Georganna is enjoying providing excellent animal care with many fun and enthusiastic people who feel the same way towards animal health. She previously worked for the University of Mississippi Medical Center, where she appreciated another aspect of animal care, but is very glad to be back in a clinic helping out companion animals.
Jess is a high school graduate of Poplarville High School. He attended
Hinds College where he majored in Agriculture and Veterinary Technician,
and earned his license as a Certified Veterinary Technician at
Mississippi State University. He also attended Pearl Community College
where he graduated as a Physical Therapist Assistant. He owns a 5th
generation Family Farm in Poplarville, Ms., where they still have the
original old stock of “Rakestraw” Pinewoods cattle, “Native” Gulfcoast
sheep, Pine Tacky horses, and Longleaf “Yeller Pine” Timber. He has been with Crooked Creek since
2001. He also manages Horse Stomp Ranch, which is a Seedstock ranch for
Registered Gray Brahman cattle and Golden Certified F-1 Braford cattle. Jess enjoys all aspects of the cattle
industry and also traveling.
Sarah graduated from Mississippi State University, in 2006, with a degree in Animal & Dairy Sciences. She has previously worked in research at MSU and UMMC. Along with working at a horse breeding ranch, she has assisted in duties at a feedlot and backgrounding yards. She helps manage MS Livestock and Blackjack Cattle Company with her husband. She has two daughters who keep her busy with rodeos and showing cattle. Obi, her mastiff, can often be seen visiting the clinic and is much loved by both staff and clients.