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Dr. Hofmann is the owner of Winston Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Hofmann graduated from North Carolina State in 1975 and earned his DVM from the University of Georgia Veterinary School in 1979. He is married to Linda Hofmann and they have two children, Christopher who attended the Atlanta School of the Arts and is a computer graphics designer, and Lynette, who attended East Carolina University, and is a hair stylist. Other members of the family include 2 dogs, Tazzy, and Misty, and Prissy and 4 cats, Lexi ,Tango, Ollie and Onyx.
Dr. Hofmann's special interest include internal medicine,oncology, and surgery. He has a true love of what he does and that makes him a wonderful veterinarian. Most of the staff have been here 10 years or more so that attest to his compassion and caring attitude.
His interests outside of work include golfing (rain, sleet, or snow!), basketball, going to the movies, reading, and spending time with his family and friends.
Dr. Pamela Schill (with Dexter)
Dr. Schill was born and raised on Long Island, New York. She relocated to Florida in 1981 to raise and train Arabian horses. Through working with the horses she developed a strong interest in Veterinary Medicine and eventually entered Veterinary school at the University of Florida in Gainesville.
After graduating, in 1994 she and her husband, Matt moved to the piedmont to enjoy the more temperate climate. The next year their son, Aaron, was born.
In addition to Matt and Aaron, her family includes dogs, Finster, Dexter, and Lobo, cats , Motor and Aja, and horse, Toby.
Dr. Schill joined the Winston Veterinary Hospital team in March of 2002. Her special interest are behavioral issues training, and educating clients on preventive healthcare. .
Dr. Schill's hobbies include photography and all kinds of crafts. She uses gourds to make some beautiful works of art and she makes wonderful scrapbooks. Of all her interest photography is by far her favorite. You can visit her on fb at lolabud photography and framing.