Ryan Zimmerman, DVM, raised in nearby Lindsey, and attended Fremont Ross High School, where he was active in sports, FFA, and 4-H. Dr. Zimmerman joined Westview Veterinary Hospital, Inc. in 2005. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Association of Equine Practitioners where he sits on the committee for Infectious Disease, and serves on the Executive Board of the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Zimmerman sees large, as well as small animals. He has strong interest in equine lameness and reproduction as well as small animal orthopedic surgery.
Dr. Zimmerman resides in Fremont with his wife, Sarah, twin girls, Lauren and Faith, son, Aidan, dog, Mason, cats, Raven and Jack, and horses. He also attends Lindsey United Methodist Church. In his spare time, he is on the Board of Directors for the Sandusky County Chamber of Commerce, and is a Lieutenant with the Lindsey Volunteer Fire Department where he has been a firefighter and First Responder since 1996.
Casey Skowron, DVM, grew up on a small beef farm near Salem, Ohio. He was active in 4-H, showing market steers and hogs at the county fair. He attended The Ohio State University and obtained a B.S. degree in Animal Science in 2012. In May of 2018, he graduated from Lincoln Memorial University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Casey is interested in large animal medicine, surgery and reproduction. He also enjoys working with small animal clients and their pets.
In his spare time, Dr. Casey spends time with his wife, Ashley and is continuing to grow his registered Angus herd. Dr. Casey enjoys living back in Ohio and is excited to utilize his education and skills to help grow the Westview team and its offerings to their clients.
Madeleine Kuieck, DVM,, earned her veterinary degree in 2019 and enjoys caring for her patients of all species. She is also Fear Free certified in efforts to better the lives of her patients as well as their owners. Dr. Kuieck was raised in Fremont where she attended Terra State Community College during her years at Fremont Ross High School. She played on the varsity tennis team and volunteered at community events and Grace Community Church in her free time. To gain experience in the veterinary field, she began shadowing at local veterinary clinics, including Westview. She has since continued to work at Westview through her time in college at The University of Findlay and The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Kuieck resides in Fremont with her husband Tyler, pet rabbit, Ralph and dog, Paisley. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, hanging out at the lake and baking.
Dr. Nuhfer and her husband, Jason reside in Willard on a 115 head Jersey dairy farm, Bar Lee Jerseys. They have a son named Gage and two cats, Hank and Sparkle. In her spare time, Dr. Nuhfer enjoys snow skiing, showing cattle, and spending time with her family.