McEwen Animal Clinic - McEwen, TN - Our Staff

McEwen Animal Clinic

9103 US Hwy 70 East
McEwen, TN 37101


Our Staff

Mary Rochet Veterinary Assistant

Mary Rochet

Veterinary Assistant

Mary originally hails from Mississippi where she has been working in the Veterinary field since she was 13 years old. She has 4 animals of her own: 3 dogs (Duke, Tobias, and Turtle) and 1 cat (Popsicle). In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends at the lake.

Ellison Murphree Receptionist/Social Media Coordinator

Ellison Murphree

Receptionist/Social Media Coordinator

Ellison joined our team in 2022 after returning to McEwen from Orlando, Florida. She is a graduate of Belmont University where she completed her Bachelor's of Fine Arts degree. Ellison has two orange cats she adores, Crouton and Hoagie, and spends her free time pampering them. Ellison is excited to bring her media experience to the McEwen Animal Clinic team.

Rebekah Veterinary Technician


Veterinary Technician

Rebekah has been a veterinary technician for 24 years, eight of those have been with McEwen Animal Clinic. In her spare time, Rebekah loves being outdoors kayaking and listening to live music. She has three children: Gage, Rainey, and Dani. She also enjoys spending time with her beloved animals: Fifi, Primm, and Mac Daddy.

Merle Operations Manager


Operations Manager

Merle has been employed at McEwen Animal Clinic since 2014. He ensures that all business is up to his standards, while maintaining a high level of professionalism. His duties include: warming up kennels for surgery patients, monitoring water quality from each faucet, and inspecting all rooms for ample amounts of treats.

Pearl Clinic Greeter


Clinic Greeter

Pearl is a new member of the clinic team. She came from humble beginnings but is proving herself to be a caring and compassionate clinic employee. Her duties include: greeting patients and clients at the reception desk, assisting with patient file paperwork while being the perfect sized paperweight, and keeping a watchful eye on the pesky computer.