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Dee, Meyer Join AVMA Executive Board



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Larry Dee, DVM

Larry Dee, DVM, of Hollywood, Fla., has been elected to represent District IV of the American Veterinary Medical Assn. He succeeds Dr. Larry Corry representing Florida, Georgia and Puerto Rico.

Dr. Dee, who is co-owner of a companion animal hospital, is also an alternate delegate for Florida to the AVMA House of Delegates.

Thomas Meyer, DVM, of Vancouver, Wash., has been elected to represent District XI. He succeeds Dr. Richard Coon for the district that comprises Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming.

Dr. Meyer, who is co-owner with his wife, Dr. Jean Meyer, of a mixed animal practice, has been on the House of Delegates as a delegate or alternative delegate since 1995.

Thomas Meyer, DVM

Both terms will run from 2008-2014.

AVMA will install the two executive board members at its annual convention in New Orleans on July 23.

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