Meet Our Team


Sharon Stone, DVM

In practice since 1991

Education
B.S. in Biology, University of Central Arkansas
DVM, Louisiana State University

Professional Affiliations:

American Veterinary Medical Association
Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association
American Association of Feline Practitioners

Civic and Community Affairs:

Conway Area Chamber of Commerce
Faulkner County Leadership Institute
Conway Symphony Orchestra Board Member
Rotary International

Personal:
Dr. Stone opened St. Francis Veterinary Clinic in 1996 after spending 4 1/2 years in the Army. Her primary interests are in feline medicine and dentistry. Her family consists of her husband, Steve, son Simon and daughter-in-law Christie, and sons Sidney and Seth. She has three cats, one dog, and two chickens.


Ashley Custer, DVM

In practice since 2016

Education

B.S. in Biology, Kennesaw State University
DVM, Oklahoma State University  

Professional Affiliations:

American Veterinary Medical Association
Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association
American Association of Feline Practitioners

Personal:
Dr. Custer used to work at St. Francis as one of Dr. Stone's assistants and loved the area and clinic so much that she returned. She is interested in rehabilitative and feline medicine and has two kitties of her own: Merlin and Cheddar. When she isn't working, she enjoys cooking, reading, and traveling - her most recent location New Zealand.


Hannah

Receptionist/Veterinary Assistant

In practice since 2016

Hannah came to St. Francis as a kennel assistant and is now a veterinary assistant under Dr. Custer. Her passion for the world of veterinary medicine has shown through her work ethic and her compassion for patients under her care. She has one of the biggest hearts in the clinic. Hannah is currently enrolled in Penn Foster for a veterinary nursing degree. At home, Hannah is the mom to a cocker spaniel mix named Baxter.


Andy

Veterinary Assistant

In practice since 2010

Andy previously worked for St Francis and has now come back as an assistant under Dr. Stone. He attends online classes at Oregon State University working towards his BS in Environmental Sciences. He has many animals at home; a boxer named Rook, a cocker spaniel named Ruby, a red-footed tortoise, a spotted python, and several aquariums. He loves spending time with his two daughters, Abigail and Anna, as well as hiking and fishing.

 



Alec

Kennel Assistant

 In practice since 2015 

A recent graduate from Conway High School, Alec is an aspiring veterinarian. He will be attending the University of Central Arkansas the fall of 2018 and will be studying towards a degree in Biology. Alec spends his time reading, playing games, and playing with his three dogs; Zeus, a golden retriever mix, Jack, a black lab mix, and Atlas, a Siberian husky.

 


 


Jennifer

Technician Team Leader

In practice since 2007

Jennifer spends most of her time with a lot of animals. When not at St. Francis she has an entire herd of dogs, cats, and chickens to attend to at home. Currently attending Penn Foster College for Veterinary Technology. Interests include reading, gardening, and spending time with family.


Alecia

Office Manager

In practice since 2011 

Alecia has been working at St. Francis since July 2017. She an Associates Degree in Business with and emphasis on Accounting and has done some sort of administrative work and book work since 2011. She loves her work and the others she works with and helps out where she can when needed. When not at work she loves to spend time with her husband Stacy and daughter Marie. A lot of her joy comes from the time she spends with her grandson, Brennan. She does not have any animals at this time, but loves all the furry and hairless friends that come in the clinic.


Grayson

Grayson is our senior clinic cat who enjoys his daily routine of sleeping and eating. We adopted him in 2017 and he quickly trained us to give him treats and to turn a sink on so he can drink running water. You can find Grayson guarding his weight management treats located at the front desk or cat napping in the conference room.


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