Equine Veterinary Hospital of Northern Indiana, PC
Professionals Working to Protect Your Equine Investment

Our Staff

Sharon Schafer, Practice Manager

Sharon Schafer
Practice Manager

Sharon has been working for EVH since completing the National College’s Health Information Management Program in 2013. Sharon was a 10-year member of the St. Joe County 4-H and showed dairy, beef and horses. Sharon currently owns three horses, all of whom are primarily used for trail riding.

Jess Warren, Hospital/Barn Manager

Jess Warren
Hospital/Barn Manager

Jess joined EVH in 2014 and has experience in both animal and human medicine. A 10-year member of the St. Joe County 4-H, Jess was active in showing horses, beef, dairy, lambs, hogs, poultry and rabbits. She is now sharing that experience with her two children. She owns two horses – Bosco and Oreo – and enjoys trail riding and camping with them.

Rebecca Naragon

Rebecca Holderman

Rebecca joined EVH in the spring of 2017. A nine-year member of the Marshall County 4-H, she actively competes in speed shows with her horse, Kidi. Her four horses include Kidi, Katt, Gigi and Zack.

Amy Miller

Jessica Miller

A 10-year member of the Elkhart County 4-H, Jessica was active in competing in speed shows. She joined EVH in 2019, after graduating from The Vet Tech Institute at the International Business College in December, 2018.

Bethany Randolph

Kristin Guzicki

A nine-year member of the St. Joseph County 4-H, Kristin joined us in 2019. Kristin enjoys trail riding and speed competitions with her horses, Jovi and Smoke.

Amy Miller

Liz Wise

Liz joined our practice in 2019. A 10-year 4-H member & active contributor to the FFA, Liz enjoyed showing swine & dairy beef. She is a student at Ancilla College, where she is a business major.

Carolyn Randolph

Carolyn Randolph

Carolyn officially joined EVH in 2016, and she is at the barn riding almost every day. She enjoys going along on calls with her dad, Dr. Randolph. She has two horses, Ditto and Echo, who she competes in three day eventing around the Midwest with her sister, Bethany, and her parents. She attends Wilson College in the pursuit of becoming a professional rider and instructor.