Stephanie Brinley, Practice Manager
Stephanie has been a part of the Bannon Woods family for over 17 years. Stephanie earned her bachelor’s in Marketing and Accounting from Sullivan University in Louisville, Kentucky. Stephanie has had horses most of her life and continues to be an active member of the Equine community. As a youth, she competed in contest western pleasure and hunter divisions at both the local and national level. Stephanie resides in Fairdale with her husband, Aaron, and daughter Kayelee. In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys competing on her Western Pleasure horse Hercules and coaching her daughter in the ring. Stephanie also shares her home with “fur babies” Bella and Darren.
Christine Kuchenbrod, LVT, Licensed Veterinary Technician
Christina graduated from Morehead State University with a bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Technology. Christina has been a part of the Bannon Woods family since 2012. Before Bannon Woods, Christina worked at the racetrack caring for horses and was also a trail guide at a local stable. Professional interests include anesthesia and surgical assisting. Christina is excited to learn about new treatment modalities to continuously improve her quality of patient care.
In her spare time, she enjoys music, horseback riding, and spending time with her husband, Andrew, and their fur babies Max and May.
Gabby relocated to Louisville, Kentucky from O’Fallon, Missouri in 2013 to attend and play softball at Midway University. She graduated in 2017 with a bachelor’s of Science in Equine Studies with a concentration in biology. During her career at Midway University, she worked at a small animal hospital before joining the Bannon Woods team in November of 2017.
When it comes to veterinary medicine, Gabby’s areas of passion include wellness, anesthesia, and assisting in surgical procedures. She loves the learning opportunities that come her way through her job! Gabrielle belongs to a whippet named Elliot and a former Arrow Fund rescue, previously known as Butler (who she fell in love with during his lengthy hospitalization through our hospital.) In her free time she enjoys hiking, camping, and traveling with her girlfriend, Megan, and their dogs.
Aimee is from Bullitt County, Kentucky, where she currently resides with her husband, Catlin, and their two young children. She has three family dogs, Athena, Ralphie, and ClairBear, who inspired her love for veterinary medicine. Aimee is an outdoor enthusiast who loves spending time with her family, whether it’s exploring nature, fishing, or having a fun day at the lake! Even in her free time, Aimee enjoys caring for orphaned kittens (who always seem to find her!). Aimee has always had a lifelong love of animals and looks forward to caring for your furbaby!
“Saving the world, one kitten at a time!”