Dr. Roy J. Milleret
1985 E. R. Frank Award
Dr. Roy J. Milleret spent his early years on a dairy farm near Kansas City, Kansas. He received his DVM degree in 1944. Dr. Milleret was in general practice in Osceola, Iowa from 1944 to 1948. Dr. Milleret was an area supervisor for USDA in Missouri from 1945 to 1949. He later served the Foot and Mouth Eradication Program in Mexico from 1949 to 1950. He served the US Army Veterinary Corps for two years.
Dr. Milleret was in general practice in Bonner Springs, Kansas for several years.
He returned to Kansas State University in 1959 and earned a Master of Science degree in Pathology.
He was an active member of the Continuing Education Committee for many years and served on committees for the University and College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Milleret was involved in KVMA, AVMA, Kansas Livestock Association and United States Livestock Sanitary Association. He served on professional committees of the AVMA.
Dr. Milleret has earned recognition as an excellent gross pathologist. Dr. Milleret served the Department of Surgery and Medicine and was a member of the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory for twenty years. He showed a high degree of excellence and a conscientious dedication to all of his responsibilities. His effectiveness in presenting diseased processes in the classroom is well known. He excelled in both the laboratory evaluations and in on-site production herd problems to arrive at corrective treatments and control of disease problems. His ability in the use of diagnostic skills is well documented.