Who We Are
Willow Run Veterinary Services, PLC
13123 Stout Ave NE
Cedar Springs, MI 49319
Office: (616) 696-1262
Fax: (616) 696-1263
Pager: (616) 351-1180
Cell: (616) 481-1801
Meet the Staff
Jennifer Trippany, DVM
Dr. Trippany is a graduate of the Ohio State University. Her family moved to West Michigan in 2005. Dr.
Trippany founded Willow Run Veterinary Services as a mobile practice with the ability to serve multiple
species in the comfort of their own home or farm. Dr. Trippany has enjoyed building relationships with clients and a place in the community.
When not in the truck, Dr. Trippany enjoys trail running, adventure/obstacle racing, gardening, cooking,
and spending time with her 2 daughters. Her family’s little hobby farm keeps them busy with goats,
llamas, rabbits, cats, a dog, and a pony.
Office Manager and Veterinary Assistant
Niki is a vet assistant and has been with Willow Run for 12 years. She is a West Michigan native and grew up in a family who raced Standardbred horses. Prior to joining Willow Run she managed a Standardbred breeding farm in Belmont for 9 years. A few of her favorite things about being part of a mobile practice are no 2 days are the same and being able to appreciate the animals environment. When Niki is not at work, she is a mom, and runs a small hobby farm with her husband which includes beef cows, pigs, rabbits, and horses. She enjoys camping with her family and horses, and being on the pontoon.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Julie is a West Michigan native and has been a Licensed Veterinary Technician since 2007. She has worked primarily in small animal medicine as well as a mixed animal practice before coming to Willow Run 2 years ago. Her favorite aspects of vet medicine include nutrition, dermatology, cytology and all things Equine. She is also a Certified Equine Massage Therapist.Her main love in life is raising her two children with her husband on their farm. They raise beef cattle as well as grow crops. Julie loves to trail ride her horse, camp, hike, hunt, travel, snowmobile and just about any outdoor activity.
Cecelia is currently a Grand Valley State University pre-vet biology student with a minor in Spanish, planning to graduate in the fall of 2021 and pursue veterinary school. Her love for animals started when she joined 4h as an explorer at the age of 5; Goats are what started it all, which then quickly blossomed to steers, rabbits and sheep as well. Cecelia now maintains her own herd of around 20 Nubians and 6 boer goats on her parents 80 acre hobby farm in Cedar Springs. In her free time, Cecelia enjoys riding horses with friends, spending time outdoors, and helping local 4H and FFA groups.