2019 Scholarship Recipients
SAVMA is a non-profit association seeking to promote the interests of veterinary medicine, including furthering the health and welfare of animals in Arizona; to advance the cause of public health and the welfare of veterinary science in the State of Arizona and to foster, develop, and promote educational programs for veterinarians and their employees.
To strengthen the regional veterinary community and animal wellness through education, collaboration, and leadership.
This website was last updated: November 20, 2019
Remembering Dr. Regina Armstrong,
a SAVMA member since 1987.
Regina Armstrong, 59, of Tucson, AZ.
passed away on October 9, 2019. She
was proceeded in death by her parents,
Robert and Anna Armstrong. She is
survived by her husband, John and
daughter, Rachel and countless friends.
Regina earned her Doctorate of Veterinary
Medicine at Colorado State University in 1987. She practiced
veterinary medicine in Tucson until her retirement in 2018. Regina was much loved by her family, friends, colleagues who remember her kindness, generosity, quick smile, and easy laughter. An open Memorial will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, November 23, 2019 in the Green Room at The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Arrangements by ADAIR FUNERAL HOMES, Dodge Chapel.
Published in the Arizona Daily Star from Oct. 22 to Nov. 3, 2019
at the Doubletree at Reid Park on Alvernon Way
Thursday, December 12, 2019
Sharon Dial, DVM, PhD
University of Arizona College of Veterinary Medicine
PCR: It's Not Magic or CSI Absolute