Meet the Staff

Diane Morin has been with us since 1998.  She was trained and worked as an X-ray Technician for a number of years before coming to Somerset Veterinary Hospital.  Diane is currently our Head Receptionist and assists with bookeeping and OSHA compliance.  

Diane is pictured here with Billy, who passed away in 2016. She has been married to her husband Pat for 15 years. She has 1 bunny,  Oscar.  In her spare time she enjoys gardening, crafts and shopping.


Lisa Vought has been part of the Somerset Veterinary Hospital team since 2002.  Prior to this she worked at the Bender Shoe Co. sewing cowboy boots. She was also breeding Cocker Spaniels.  When the factory closed she began taking classes at Penn State to open her own daycare and completed the Veterinary Assistant Program at the Allegany College of Maryland. Lisa likes working with animals. A favorite part of her job is making a sick animal better and knowing "how thankful the owners are for fixing their 'baby'."  Over the past several years she has taken on new responsibilities handling purchasing and inventory for the hospital. She has a cat named "L Kitty". Here she is holding our hospital cat, TJ. The other great joy of Lisa's life are her grandchildren, Brailynn, Brooke and Maddox, who keep her busy and happy.

Brianna Burris Robinson is a 2013 graduate of Middletown High School where she completed Animal Science and Veterinary Technician courses.  She grew up in Delaware on a small farm with a variety of small and large animals.  Before joining our team in December of 2014 she was a manager for Delaware State Parks.  Brianna is pictured here with Stryker and Apollo, both German Shepherds. She also has Khaos who is a blood donor for our hospital, Onyx a Pitt Bull Mix and Yinzer, a German Shepherd. She still visits all of her other animals that reside in Delaware with her family.  Brianna has a love for small and large animals.

Kelsey Musto has been part of the Somerset Veterinary Hospital team since the summer of 2016. She attended Somerset Area High School where she was in the FFA and was the secretary of her chapter. She earned her National American Degree in 2018. She will soon begin her studies to become a Certified Veterinary Technician but her career goal is to become a Veterinarian. She has three cats, Olive, Freyja, and Swat. 


Jessica Fundis was born and raised in Southwestern Pennsylvania. She attended Turkeyfoot Valley Area High School and earned her Veterinary Technician degree from the Vet Tech Institute in Pittsburgh. Jessica has been a certified Veterinary Technician for almost 12 years. She has been with Somerset Veterinary Hospital since October 2016 and is our Head Technician. Jessica currently lives in Rockwood with her husband, Zach, and their sons Eli and Amos. Her dogs are Trigger and Rodi along with her barn cats. On her free time she works on the farm raising cattle and taking care of her two horses and two goats. 


Kate Venditte has been with Somerset Veterinary Hospital since March of 2019. In 2016 she completed Pennsylvania Highlands Veterinary Assistant program. She will begin schooling for a degree in Veterinary Technology this winter. After living in Tennessee for a few years she and her husband re located back to Davidsville, where she was raised. She has three dogs, a Boston Terrier named Hoss, a shepherd mix named Biscuit, Bonnie a Golden Retriever and a cat named Juniper. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, walking with her dogs and camping.


Randi Miller is a receptionist and has been with us since November of 2018. She studied business while attending high school. She was born and raised in Somerset County and has resided here her whole life. She is married with three children, also in her household she has 5 dogs, 2 cats, 1 rabbit and 1 ferret.  In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and pets and swimming.

Jessyca Spory Jessica Spory was born and raised in Cambria County Pennsylvania. She has been with us since October 2020. In 2020 she completed Ashworth College Veterinary Assistant Program, Obedience Trainer course and Pet Psychology Program. She will begin schooling for her degree in Veterinary Technology this summer. She is married with two daughters. She also has 3 dogs, a Pitbull named King, a Boerboel named Kong, and a puggle named Payslee. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, training her dogs, and continuing her studies in Veterinary Medicine.

DebDeb Custer has been working at Somerset Veterinary Hospital since September 2020. She was a manager at Dollar General for 19 years. She has a daughter and a Son, one grandpup, and two dogs of her own. She graduated from Meyersdale Area School District. She has been married for 40 years.

BriBrianna Wilt is a Receptionist, she graduated from Turkeyfoot Valley Area High School and Laurel Business Institute in Uniontown Pennsylvania where she received a degree in business administration and accounting. She has lived in Confluence PA her whole life. She has 5 dogs, 1 cat and 2 bunnies. She loves spending time with her siblings and pets on her days off.

DanielleDanielle Henger is from Johnstown Pennsylvania and graduated from Westmont Hilltop High school in 2018. She earned her Veterinary Technician Degree in April 2020. She has one dog named Sonic, and enjoys spending her free time with him. She also enjoys exercising and spending time with friends.

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "The staff at Somerset Vet Hospital have been taking care of my "Sophie" for 11 years. They are such caring and wonderful people."
    Karen L.
  • "Thanks for providing great care for my little Tortie, Tallie when she was suffering from her skin allergies. You prompt care and tender kindness was wonderful. Being new to the area I feel very fortunate to have found your practice! Thanks!"
  • ""Doctor Robert Henry, We want to thank you for literally - SAVING OUR BEAUTIFUL DOBERMAN'S (Precious) LIFE. Your excellent diagnostic skills accurately diagnosed our Doberman's condition. Your protocol in treating him have made for a healthy, happy, loving and playful dog. We can never forget what you did for our dog. We cannot thank you enough"
    Kathy & Roger
  • "I came here 6 years ago when they were the only ones who would see my sick pup, and they were the best! They helped my girl get better and provided her years of loving service until we lost her to lymphoma last year. They still take care of my other babies and do an excellent job of doing so! We're patients for LIFE! Thank you guys for ALL you do :) With Love, Gina & The Crew Mountain Pride Pits."
  • "I just wanted to take a minute to say how very grateful I am for the entire team at Somerset Veterinary Hospital. I recently had a cat and two kittens spayed/neutered, and they all came through the procedure wonderfully. Dr. Penny is THE BEST!! The vet-techs and front desk girls are always super nice and helpful. I feel good knowing that my 'family' is in good hands when being treated. Thank you all for all you do!!"
    Thomas B.

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