Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) is excited to welcome Dr. David Finch as he assumes the Region 1 Director position. Finch will be headquartered in the Amarillo office.
Finch received both his bachelor’s degree and his D.V.M. from Texas A & M University in College Station. After graduating from college, he opened his own mixed practice clinic in Tulia, which is where he is originally from. Dr. Finch dedicated 14 years of service to his vet clinic prior to coming to work for the TAHC in 2004.
Dr. Finch was hired in June 2004 as a Field Veterinarian for the Region 6 (Lampasas) office. He dedicated seven years as a field vet prior to being selected as the Region 5 Director position in Beeville in September 2011.
Dr. Finch is married to Tonya and they have two children: David C. III (Trey) and Whitney Jo Finch. Trey is currently attending Texas State Technical College in Waco studying Computer Technology. He will graduate in August 2012. Whitney is pursuing a Pre Vet/ Animal Science degree at West Texas A&M in Canyon where she is a freshman.
Founded in 1893, the Texas Animal Health Commission works to protect the health of all Texas livestock, including: cattle, swine, poultry, sheep, goats, equine animals, and exotic livestock.