Town and Country Animal Hospital, PC

1865 Centre Line Road
Warriors Mark, PA 16877



 Margie Wertman (Office Manager) 

Marjorie (Margie) Wertman was hired in October 1989, one month after the hospital opened.  She is currently office manager, personnel director, along with accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll duties.

Margie says, "I believe each team member on staff, in their own unique way, is dedicated to giving 110% to helping people one animal at a time".

On the flip side of work, Margie loves summer weekends of camping, and boating at Lake Raystown with her husband George, and their fur kid Luci.  Margie is known to her Grandson's Mason and Grant as well as her Great Granddaughter Emma as Mimi, and she loves spending time with them.  

God has truly enriched my life with Blessings.

Lori Brown

Lori Brown (Technician) 

joined our staff in June 2003.  Lori lives on a family dairy farm in the Warriors Mark area, with her husband, Chris.  They have three children: Kalen, Katie, and Konnor.  They share their home (and barnyard) with four dogs (Tessa, Braxton, Titan, and Turk), two horses, some chickens, and a variety of other farm animals.  Lori enjoys reading, horseback riding, hunting, helping out on the family farm, and spending time with her family.

Jackie Desch

Jackie Desch (Receptionist) 

joined the staff of Town and Country Animal Hospital in 2008.  She and her husband, Daren, have two sons and two granddaughters.  They have a parrot (Drako).  Jackie enjoys camping, boating, and spending time with her family. 

Josh Nearhoof

Josh Nearhoof (Technician)

joined our staff in July 2009. He has a B.S. in Biology from Cedarville University. Josh enjoys all aspects of being a technician, but he has a special interest in nutrition. He currently is Town and Country’s Hill’s Veterinary Nutritional Advocate. He also is a Certified Poultry Technician for the state of Pennsylvania. Josh currently resides in the Hollidaysburg area with his German Shepherd, Holly, and two cockatiels. Outside the clinic Josh enjoys hiking, playing tennis, and beekeeping.

Amy Eardly

Amy Eardley (Technician) 

joined the Town & Country Animal Hospital team in 2013.  She graduated from Juniata College with a BS degree in Ecological Studies with a minor in Education.  Amy enjoys being outdoors, horseback riding, spending time with her family, friends, and her furry children, Gracie and Ruger.

Paula Brodzina

Paula Brodzina (Technician) 

started working at Town and Country Animal Hospital in May of 2008.  Paula and her husband Travis, have three children, Maci, Kaleigh, and Trey.  They also have two dogs (McKenzie & Digger) and one cat (Tink). Paula loves camping, watching her children play sports, and spending time with her family and friends.

Katelyn Piper

Katelyn Piper (Technician) 

Katelyn grew up in Roaring Spring, PA.  She joined the Town & Country Animal Hospital team in March 2016.  As a team member, Katelyn works as a technician.  She is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelors Degree in Communications.  She has also graduated from Animal Behavior College as a Certified Veterinary Assistant.  Katelyn greatly enjoys working with animals and helping to improve the overall well being of pets that are seen daily in the clinic.  She has two wonderful dogs named Bryandt and Flaco.

Christine Chronister

Christine Chronister (Kennel Attendant) 

lives in Warriors Mark with her husband, Jayme, and their two daughters, Leah and Jenna.  They share their home with their two cats (Angel and Luna) and an African Gray parrot (Quincey).

Leah Chronister

(Kennel Attendant)  

Lives in Warriors Mark with her family.  She cares for our boarding pets as she would her own, making sure they are comfortable while staying at Town & Country Animal Hospital.  Leah is currently attending Penn State University.


 Morgan  (Receptionist)  

Bio Coming Soon!

Dave Mater

(Maintenance & Housekeeping) 

Angel Bartel


Tara Morrison


Judy Black

(Kennel Attendant)  

Judy was born and raised on a dairy farm in Sinking Valley. She was involved in 4 -H and became a 4-H Leader for over 30 years.   Also, Judy was a Professional Photographer for Agri-Graphics for 18 years (Agri-Graphics is the largest cattle photography company in the world). Currently, she is a nurse at the Presbyterian Village of Hollidaysburg, and enjoys her part-time job as a kennel attendant. Judy is married to William Black, and they continue to reside in Sinking Valley.