Meet Our Team
Leigh Ann, Executive Director
Leigh-Ann is the Executive Director of Maricamp Animal Hospital and she has been with the practice since 2013. She has successfully completed her CEO training with Veterinary Practice Solutions and she aspires to take the tools that she has learned to help as many pets in Marion County. She is a California girl who loves going to the beach, listening to music and spending time with her family. Her passion in life is making a difference in the lives of pet owners everywhere and ensuring that each pet is advocated for and that they live long and healthy lives. She strives to ensure that each client’s experience is above and beyond what is expected and that the staff delivers the highest quality of medical care to each patient. She has two precious fur babies, Buddy a lab & Darla a shitzopoodle and they really only like each other.
Ashley, Director of Medical Services & Public Contact
Ashley has been with Maricamp Animal Hospital for 5 years now. She is the Director of Medical Services as well as the Director of Public Contact. Ashley’s life goals include saving small fur babies, always offering the absolute best Medical Services and always answering any questions clients may have no matter what time of the day it is. She truly believes education is the key to success and will be the voice for all cats and dogs. Ashley has a newborn little boy named Corbin and a wonderful husband name Kyle. She had two fur babies first which are two black Labrador Retrievers “Gunner & Pistol”. She attempts to walk them everyday however they tend to walk her instead.
Suzette, Activation Caller
I was born in northern Illinois. As a teenager, my family moved to Ocala to get away from the harsh winters. I enjoy sewing, music and outdoor activities. Year around I snorkel, fish, and ride the motorcycle. My husband is a sports official so I spend a lot of time at the ball field. Both my sons served in our military and is now working on their careers as a civilian. The best dog I had was a shelter rescue. She was a special member of our family. I always promote adopting a pet from the local shelter.
Casey was born and raised in Ocala. He was an active member in Marion County’s 4-H program for 10 years showing various farm animals while learning valuable life lessons, responsibility, and instilling a hard work ethic. While primarily focused on showing dairy goats and dogs across the state he volunteered with the local community with Habitat for Humanity. He graduated Cum Laude from West Port then attended Central Florida Community College and earned his Associates Degree in Psychology. From there he attended the University of South Florida to continue his education. Casey moved back home to Ocala to be with his friends and family and searched for career opportunities. He realized his passion and career for life was helping others and working with animals. Casey found his career when he was hired in early 2015 by Maricamp Animal Hospital. He started off as a Kennel Technician learning the ropes of animal medicine. He quickly advanced thanks to hard work. Within a year and half he moved from Kennel Technician to Assistant Technician and finally to his current position as Technician. Casey has one furry kid named Penny a Welsh Corgi. When she sprints and zooms around the yard as fast as her stubby legs can move she grunts and snorts like a pig.