Meet Our Team


Connie Pagan , RVT

Connie Pagan , RVT joined the Trilby staff in 2004. Connie has been a
Veterinary Technician since 2002. She has worked with animals all her life.
She is experienced with all types of animals, but she especially loves
working with reptiles. Connie and her husband Mike have two children, Olivia
and Owen. They live in the area with one cat, one tortoise and many other
reptiles and amphibians. She spends her free time with her family and loves
the outdoors.

Amy Kraft-Lyons, RVT

Amy Kraft-Lyons, RVT joined Trilby Animal Hospital in March 2008. She graduated
from Stautzenberger College as a Registered Veterinary Technician. Amy grew
up in West Toledo and still lives in the area with her two dogs, Ted and
Roxy and two cats, Phoebe and Monkey.

Marlene Farkas, Veterinary Assistant

Marlene Farkas, Veterinary Assistant, joined Dr. Moore's staff in 1994. She
has an associate business degree from UT, but decided to pursue a career in
animal care instead. She and her husband Jay enjoy birding all over the
country and they volunteer with birding groups on bird migration projects.
Marlene also shares her home with their Standard Poodle Leo and a rescued
African Gray Parrot named Pretty Girl. She shows Leo in confirmation,
obedience and rally.

Kristi Felgner, Office Manger, Veterinary Assistant and Grief Specialist

Kristi Felgner, Veterinary Assistant and grief specialist joined our team in 2002. She has been very passionate about animals all of her life. She and her husband Pat live in Toledo with their three daughters, three dogs, three cats and birds and reptiles. In her free time she enjoys water sports, reading and attending her children's sporting events and orchestra concerts. Kristi is very passionate about end-of-life care for our patients and the families they leave behind.

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