Meet Our Staff
Rebecca joined the Front Range Vet team in November of 2016. Rebecca was originally born in Pennsylvania until she moved to Colorado in 1991. She started attending Front Range Community College in 2009 with an interest in Veterinary Technology. She obtained a certification as a veterinary assistant in 2011. She then furthered her studies in veterinary technology. She graduated from Front Range Community College with an AAS degree in Veterinary Technology in 2013 and subsequently became a Certified Veterinary Technician in Colorado.
Rebecca loves spending time with her wonderful fiancé Derek and her toddler son Nathan. She currently has one cat named Callie, and several freshwater fish aquariums. She enjoys taking mountain trips with her family, sightseeing, hiking, camping, fishing, biking, photography, and pottery.
Melissa has been working as a veterinary technician since 2007. She loves the team atmosphere that FRVC embodies. She is originally from southern California, and moved to Colorado in 2015. She loves hiking, camping, and exploring all that Colorado has to offer. Her other passions besides animals are arts and crafts and woodworking.
Angelo DeBona moved to Fort Collins from Altoona, PA during the summer of 2015. Since then he's enjoyed the many beautiful landscapes and rich melting pot Fort Collins and the surrounding areas has to offer. He fully believes in the power of positivity and team building. He started working for Front Range Vet in January 2017 as a receptionist and has enjoyed cultivating both positive and lasting interactions with clients and co-workers alike.
Beth Romero is a Colorado native from Pueblo, CO who moved to Fort
Collins to finish a Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation degree. She has a 9 year old retriever named Terra. In her free time she enjoys hiking, reading, and baking.
Juanita, Practice Manager
Juanita moved to beautiful Colorado from Maryland and joined the family at Front Range in 2014. Juanita obtained her degree in Biological Sciences and has been working in Veterinary Medicine since 2003. She cares for one senior heeler mix named Dakota. In her free time, she enjoys fine arts, hiking, cooking, and gaming.