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Jacquie Mvula graduated from Minot State University with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders in 2003 and a Master of Science in Audiology in 2005. She has worked in private practices in Edmonton and Red Deer, as well as her own clinic in Stettler, Alberta. In addition, she worked as the Director of Professional Practice- Audiology for the Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ACSLPA). In 2014, she and her young family moved to her hometown of Estevan, SK where she opened Sun Country Hearing Ltd. In March 2018 Jacquie assumed ownership of Yorkton Hearing Services from her good friend, Marina Walls. Jacquie is pleased to offer the same great service that you have come to expect from Yorkton Hearing Services.
Coralee Schoenrock (nee Petracek) grew up in the Churchbridge area. She obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Communication disorders from Minot State University in 1997. Coralee then continued on to complete her Master’s degree from the University of South Dakota (Vermillion) in 1999. For 18 years she was employed by the provincial Hearing Aid Plan providing service to both pediatrics and adults. She joined YHS in September 2018 upon closure of the Hearing Aid Plan. Coralee resides on an acreage in the Yorkton area with her husband Chris and her sons E.J. and David.
Lindsay Boyko has been with us since 2014 and looks after the day to day operations at Yorkton Hearing Services. She is friendly and happy to answer your calls and assist you in any way she can. She has lived the majority of her life in Yorkton. Lindsay is married and has a son and daughter.
Melanie Tribiger works remotely from Sun Country Hearing in Estevan, which is also owned by Jacquie Mvula. While Melanie works primarily at the Estevan clinic, she can be found in the Yorkton Hearing Services office occasionally, when filling in for holidays or providing services for our seniors' outreach program.
Jodi Gagnon grew up in Rocanville, SK and graduated from Rocanville high school in 2004. After spending 5 years in graphic design, Jodi chose to stay home to raise her son. Jodi re-entered the workforce when she joined the Yorkton Hearing Services team as a data entry clerk in 2018.