Terrence McDonald holds Jeny, one of his patients at the McDonald Small Animal Clinic on N. Waco. McDonald, 81, is one of 20 Kansans who are being honored as part of the Kansas African-American Museum's "Wichita/kansas African-American Trailblazers" exhibit.
Terrence McDonald holds Jeny, one of his patients at the McDonald Small Animal Clinic on N. Waco. McDonald, 81, is one of 20 Kansans who are being honored as part of the Kansas African-American Museum's "Wichita/kansas African-American Trailblazers" exhibit. Jaime Oppenheimer
Terrence McDonald holds Jeny, one of his patients at the McDonald Small Animal Clinic on N. Waco. McDonald, 81, is one of 20 Kansans who are being honored as part of the Kansas African-American Museum's "Wichita/kansas African-American Trailblazers" exhibit. Jaime Oppenheimer

Wichita veterinarian Terrrence McDonald dies at 92

March 10, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED March 10, 2011 12:20 PM

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