Veterinary School Commencement
I want to thank you for the participating in the Commencement Ceremonies for the College of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State University. We were absolutely right on in our decision to ask you to present the commencement address. It was obvious that you took our request very seriously. The address had an incredible blend of humor and excellent advice for our graduates. As President Jischke noted when he began his remarks, it was all an anticlimax after your presentation! You could sense from the incredible audience response as well that your message was very well received.
Jim, you are an outstanding graduate of our college. We are very, very proud of you. I look forward to hearing your presentation at the AVMA meeting in Salt Lake City.
Sincerely, Richard F. Ross-
Veterinary College Dean
Blue Valley Community Action
We, on the All-Staff committee at Blue Valley, would like to extend our thanks for the wonderful presentation you provided for us. We have heard much positive feedback about your presentation, its content, humor and music. The group enjoyed themselves and were given much to think about at the same time. You interacted quite comfortably with our group and they. inn turn, felt comfortable with you.
We appreciate your special brand of humor, and your insights! Thank you for sharing these qualities with us at All-Staff. Best wishes to you on future endeavors.
Dr. Kramer has dedicated his life to his profession, and helping others. His "free time" away from practice is spent on association duties, community, church, and family. And as Dwight put it Dr. Kramer does everything with passion and first-rate quality. The book "A Gift from Rex" is no exception, it is very well written, and shares a vast amount of wisdom on life and loss, in a short easy to read format.
American Animal Hospital Association Market Link
PVPL - Professional Veterinary Products Shareholder Report
If children grew up knowing life was precious, what would our world be like?" Dr. Jim Kramer posed this question to the Product Service and Sales Dept. during a visit to promote his book, A Gift From Rex. His goal is to elevate communications with clients. "Veterinarians need to look at everything that will improve the person's relationship with the animal." said the shareholder from the Columbus, NE Animal Hospital. The book takes a provocative approach to loss and is intended to help parents begin discussions on life's lessons-such as happiness and loss-with their children.
Iowa Veterinary Medical Association
You were a great Banquet speaker. That word is often over used but not in the style and circumstances you handled on Sept. 20th. It was still an emotional time for many of us. You brought humor, insight, empathy, and the sense of life's preciousness to the night.
Thanks also for your Wednesday evening program at the VVAP Dinner at Reiman Garden. You're Veterinary Blues was original and clever.