Will Hanna Death – The Pet Clinic of Nebraska Veterinarian Will Hanna of Omaha has sadly passed away. He died leaving family, friends and his beloved customer in shock and disbelief. He was announced dead on Sunday 2nd July 2023 by The Pet Clinic in a publication made on its Facebook page that says “It is with great sadness that we share the following news. Will Hanna, son of Mike and Michelle Hanna, died suddenly and unexpectedly last week”. The actual cause of Will Hanna’s death has not been released at this time.
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Will was an amazing young man with a passion for life and an unwavering dedication to animal care. He was an Veterinary Assistant at The Pet Clinic of Nebraska. He was a experienced and motivated Veterinary Assistant and aspiring Veterinarian. He was focused on bringing the best possible care and compassion to clients’ pets. He was dedicated to learning and practicing as many areas of Small Animal Medicine as possible. After completing two years at Creighton University pursuing a Biology degree, he was accepted into Iowa State University’s Veterinary School following my sophomore year.
Prior to that, in the 2017-18 academic year, I was honored with the Freshman General Chemistry Student of the Year Award out of a cohort of over 100 students. Additionally, he was elected as the President of the Pre-Vet Club for the 2018-19 school year, where he successfully expanded the club’s membership from approximately 15 students to an impressive 50 students.
Who was Will Hanna?
As part of his role, he organized various volunteering events and invited educational speakers to enhance the club’s activities. Throughout my time at Creighton, he had the privilege of working in a research lab dedicated to studying the transmission of Buggy Creek virus between swallow bugs and cliff swallows. Currently, he was in my third year of Veterinary School, enrolled in the Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine offered jointly by Iowa State’s College of Veterinary Medicine and the University of Nebraska’s College of Agriculture, Agricultural Sciences, and Natural Resources.
Alongside his academic pursuits, he has actively participated in professional development opportunities, such as attending the Fetch DVM conference in Kansas City, the VMX conference in Orlando, and various other continuing education programs. These experiences have enriched his knowledge and expanded my network within the field.
Will Hanna’s obituary will be released by the family
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