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Dr. Greg Rodgers --  Born and raised in Hickman County, his family operated a dairy farm where he developed his interests in caring for animals.  He graduated from Murray State University with a BS in Agriculture and earned his DVM degree at Auburn University.  He has been at Coffee Memorial Animal Clinic since 1988.  He and his wife, Judy have 3 grown children, Justin, Jessica and Alexis.  They have 2 small dogs, Lola & Dixie and 2 cats, Mellie and Scout.  Greg is an active member and Deacon at First Baptist Church of LaCenter and a member of the local Gideons.

Dr. Terra Bowles -- Born and raised in Ballard County, Dr. Bowles attended Murray State University to obtain an undergraduate degree in Biology and Auburn University to complete her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine.  Moving back home to practice has been a dream come true and she is excited to be around family and friends.  With special interests in exotic animals and chronic disease management, she has been a welcomed addition to the practice.  When not working at the clinic, Dr. Bowles is a stay-at-home Mom to her 2 young children, Landyn and Layne.  With 2 kids, 3 dogs, several fish, and a cat, life is always busy but never boring.  Call to schedule an appointment with Dr. Bowles on Tuesdays!

​Michelle Clark, LVT -- Michelle obtained her Agriculture Science Degree from Murray State University and is a Licensed Veterinary Technician.  She has been with Coffee Memorial Animal Clinic for 16 years.  In her spare time, Michelle enjoys gardening, scrapbooking, spending time in the outdoors and caring for her own pets.  She has a dog, a cat and 2 horses.

Fonda Polivick​ - Receptionist.

Fonda has worked for CMAC for 29 years.  She knows most of our clients and patients by name and enjoys the interaction with pets and their people.  She has a cat named Cauley after UK's Willie Cauley-Stein and her companion of 18 years, a horse named Bubba.  She loves spending time with her family, especially her 2 Granddaughters.

Lauren Kendall -


Tech Assistant.

Lauren has lived in Ballard County her whole life so she enjoys getting to see familiar faces at the Clinic.  She has 2 dogs, 5 horses, and several kitties that she cares for at home.  She is our groomer-in-training with hopes of completing her studies in this area.