Tuesday, March 30, 2010

A Legend

It is with great sadness that I report to you that Dr. Harold “Red” Sheridan passed away yesterday afternoon. Many of you may not know him or may not have had the opportunity to meet him. You need to know that he had a tremendous impact on not only me but also our practice, his clients, his community and the veterinary profession. It is not my goal to write a eulogy here. Other people in other places will do a much better job than what I could ever attempt. He was one of the founding members of what is now West Michigan Veterinary Service. The leadership and path he blazed has made our practice what it is today. He was a very talented mixed animal veterinarian. He was a true ‘James Herriot’ of veterinary practice. Over his career he had the opportunity to do and see so many things. There was more experience there than what he could fully share. He was a constant source of wisdom and insight. He will be greatly missed by his WMVS family. There are more details at: www.throopfh.com/obituary.php?Obituary_ID=47 or obits.mlive.com/obituaries/grandrapids/obituary.aspx?n=harold-sheridan-red&pid=141349402

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