I am still involved with the whale. (No change there.)
The Vet school is taking in its first batch of students this autumn. It was heavily oversubscribed. (That is new). So we are even more busy
I am more and more involved with trying to provide exposure to ruminants for the students. This is quite a challenge as Hong Kong has no commercial ruminant farms. That is one reason I went to China to forge links with farms for students to visit. And also why I am trying with colleagues to create a dairy here in Hong Kong. And also making links with country parks that have ruminants.
It is with great sadness that I share with you the passing of Dr. Leroy Dorminy, the CVM Director Emeritus.
Dr. Dorminy was surrounded by his family as he passed away on Saturday evening, December 3 at the age of 93. He was also covered by the prayers of many in the CVM family as we have loved and appreciated his faithfulness to God’s call on his life, and the hard work to start Christian Veterinary Mission.
Dr. Dorminy served faithfully to challenge, mobilize, and empower veterinarians in their Christian faith since the founding of CVM just over 40 years ago. We know that many of you will want to share your thoughts, and remember such a beloved servant, so we have created a memorial page in Dr. Dorminy’s honour (at cvmusa.org). We pray that these words will be an encouragement to all who knew him, as together we mourn our loss, and help inspire those who did not have the blessing of meeting him in person.
May we each consider how God is asking us to live our faith through the profession, and follow Dr. Dorminy’s example of serving Christ with our whole heart and being!
Kit Flowers Executive Director of CVM