Tristan Wilhelm DVM
Doctor Wilhelm was born and raised on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and received his veterinary degree from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech in 2009. He met his wife, Lori, in veterinary school and moved to Lewisburg shortly after graduation, and they now have two young boys. Their four-legged companions are two dogs, Duke (Beagle) and Cash (Golden Retriever), and two cats, Oliver and Ellie. Since graduation, Dr. Wilhelm has worked at several local veterinary clinics where he had the opportunity to hone both his medical and surgical skills. Dr. Wilhelm purchased STAH from Dr. Tritch in 2016, and he is devoted to ensuring that STAH will continue to serve the community’s beloved pets with the same concern and quality of care that they have come to expect.
Lori Mildrew DVM
Dr. Mildrew was born and raised in St. Marys, Pennsylvania, and has practiced in Lewisburg, Danville, and Bloomsburg before joining the STAH as co-owner in April, 2017. She is a 2004 graduate of Penn State University and a 2008 graduate of Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine.
At nine years of age, Dr. Mildrew decided that she wanted to become a veterinarian due to her love of animals and the remarkable human-animal bond. Although Dr. Mildrew loves both dogs and cats, she has a passion for feline medicine. Dr. Mildrew was a member of the 2015 PVMA Power of 10 Leadership Academy. She also completed “Fear Free” Certification, the training program that helps veterinarians modify their procedures, handling, and facilities to help pets feel safe and comfortable while receiving the medical care they need.
Dr. Lori Mildrew shares her home in Lewisburg with her husband, Dr. Tristan Wilhelm, two sons, and two dogs and two cats. Her personal interests include fitness, board & card games, and spending time with her family. Dr. Mildrew is excited to provide compassionate, high-quality care to your family members.
Ray Tritch DVM
Doctor Tritch earned his DVM in 1980 from the University of Perugia, and he opened The Susquehanna Trail Animal Hospital in 1991. He is a member of the PVMA, VIN, and he has licenses to practice veterinary medicine in Pennsylvania, Missouri, and Michigan. He has a dog, named Tucker, and a senior cat named Tinkerbell. His personal interests are country line dancing, history, and visiting his adult children in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Dr. Tritch is now retired, but he is excited to see the changes that have occurred at STAH.