Knoxville Veterinary Clinic Offers New Scholarship

Pictured from left to right - Donna Flattery, CVT; Deb Dye, Michele Hughes, CVT; Nancy VanderVeer, Hunter McCullough, Dr. Stephanie Deneke, Abbie Aleff, Dr. Maggie Wilson, and Joslyn DeGoey Dr. Wilson is holding Dennis, a wonderful cat currently available for adoption. (photo and article submitted)

Dr. Maggie Wilson and husband Jeff Wilson, owners of Knoxville Veterinary Clinic are pleased to offer a new scholarship through the Knoxville Panther Scholarship Foundation.  This scholarship will be awarded annually to a Knoxville High School graduate pursuing a post-secondary degree in a science related filed. A member of the Knoxville High School Class of 2001, Dr. Wilson received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from Iowa State University in 2009. Dr. Wilson returned, with her husband Jeff, in May of 2018 to take over ownership of the Knoxville Veterinary Clinic. A fixture in the Knoxville area for over 40 years, this full-service small animal veterinary clinic takes pride in providing its clients and their pets with quality, compassionate veterinary care. 

The Board of Directors of the Knoxville Panther Scholarship Foundation is thrilled to add this scholarship to the growing list of post-secondary financial aid, being offered through the Foundation, for Knoxville High School graduates. The Foundation currently provides scholarship help for all applicants for up to four years of post-secondary education.

For more information about the Foundation, and to learn how you can help future graduates of Knoxville High School, go to the Foundation website or contact Board President Curt Froyen at 641-891-7170.