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William Crank, DVM
Sales Area: Connecticut, Delaware, District Of Columbia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, Washington D.C., West Virginia,
Office Address: 6856 Kanawha Valley Road, Henderson, WV 25106
Office Phone: 419-945-2408
Cell Phone: 304-593-0530
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Bill R. Crank, DVM, 1991 graduate of The Ohio State School of Veterinary Medicine, has been practicing veterinary medicine for 22 years in rural West Virginia and Ohio. His practice provides preventative care, medical treatment, and surgical services. Crank also manages his family owned agribusiness where they feed over one thousand head of cattle annually and run a bull test /cow-calf operation. In addition to the livestock business, they are involved in an extensive row crop operation.
Dr. Crank brings a wealth of experience as an owner and manager of a 3 doctor practice. He understands the demands and sacrifices of growing a successful veterinary practice. Moreover, He has worked with several associates and has a deep appreciation for their contributions to his business. Without new veterinarians entering the field, our practices would be extremely limited in their growth. He is excited to provide owners and associates help in marketing and purchasing veterinary practices. Crank brings to the Total Practice Solutions Group a clear understanding of the changing environment practice owners face.
Dr. Crank is also very involved in the community. As chairman of the First Church of God Board of Trustees, he is overseeing construction of a new ministry center to provide his community with a worship and recreational facility. Additionally, he annually coordinates the Mason County Buyers Group, whose goal is to encourage local youth to exhibit and market livestock projects at the Mason County Fair. Furthermore, he avidly supports and is actively involved with the American Cancer Society, including the planning of an annual golf tournament whose proceeds benefit cancer survivors and caregivers. He is also a member of The Ohio State University Large Animal Advisory Board, where he works to enhance cooperation between faculty and practicing veterinarians.
In addition to a love for his community, he has strong agrarian roots. His love for agriculture has been handed down to his two daughters who show livestock and participate in a variety of 4-H competitions. For recreation, Bill and his wife Amy enjoy traveling with their daughters, scuba diving, and skiing. Working on his golf swing in his spare time is also an activity he enjoys.