Troutlodge, Inc.

A key to Troutlodge’s pioneering success has been quality as assured by rigorous health safeguards. In 1994, discussions between Troutlodge and the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine resulted in designing and implementing the nation’s first aquatic animal health inspection service offered by a state veterinary diagnostic laboratory and approved by the United States […]

Dr. G. Caroline Engle

Critical animal infectious disease research is making great strides at WSU thanks to alumnae Dr. G. Caroline Engle (’67 DVM), whose planned gift created the Caroline Engle Distinguished Professor in Research on Infectious Diseases. Her gift supports a permanent faculty member with an established research program about the cause and treatment of infectious diseases in animals. […]

Caroline Engle, 1967 DVM.

Robert B. and Margaret McEachern

Robert McEachern, of Redmond, Washington, had links to Washington State University which date back to the 1930’s. He was a 1937 graduate and his wife, Margaret, was a member of the class of 1938. He was a proud and loyal member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. Robert, or “Bob” as his many friends knew him, […]

Dr. Berger Keatts

Alumnus’ honors his favorite professor with gift to WSU CVM Dr. Keatts was inspired to create the “Distinguished Professorship” in honor of the man who gave him the desire to become a veterinarian more than 50 years ago. The inspiration for Dr. Keatts’ gift came from his wish to honor the memory of Dr. John […]

Kay Yarborough Nelson

the Kay Yarborough Nelson Distinguished Professorship in Feline Health at WSU was created by her late husband of 35 years, Raymond A. Nelson, a veteran of WWII who attended WSU under the GI Bill for his B.S. and M.S. degrees in physics.