This year’s Silver Society reunion drew a large crowd to the UF CVM April 9, where the group was welcomed back to Gainesville with a special breakfast and an overview of recent activities. Among the attendees was Dr. Moody McCall, who recently received the college’s annual Distinguished Service Award for his many efforts on behalf of service dogs and the UF CVM.  One of McCall’s service dogs-in-training, Bonzai, was on hand at the breakfast, along with McCall’s wife, Eugenia. After breakfast, the group received a tour of the new UF Small Animal Hospital prior to heading off to the Orange and Blue Game.

Dr. Patrick Kelly, Class of '86, and Dr. Michael Schaer, emergency and critical care specialist with the UF Veterinary Hospitals.

Drs. Cliff Addison, left, and Dr. Craig Price, right, both from the CVM's Class of '86, are shown with Dr. Maarten Drost, professor emeritus of theriogenology, at the Silver Society reunion breakfast on April 9.

Dr. Moody McCall and Dr. Barbara Progulske, both from the Class of '86, visit during the Silver Society reunion breakfast on April 9.

Dr. John Harvey, executive associate dean for the college, and Dr. Tom Wronski, professor of physiological sciences.

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