Dr. Molidor graduated from Texas A&M in 1981 with a BS in Biomedical Science, followed by her DVM degree in 1985. Following graduation, she and her husband (a Navy pilot), moved to Virginia where she started her career and family of two daughters. For the next 22 years, being a military spouse, Dr. Molidor was able to practice veterinary Medicine in different regions of the country: California, Virginia, and Washington D.C. This enabled her to gain experience in various aspects of veterinary medicine, such as dentistry, surgery, and dermatology.
When her husband retired from the Navy, they moved back home to Texas to be closer to family. Dr. Molidor practiced as a relief veterinarian in the Plano area, including the Emergency Animal Clinic of Collin County. She became an associate at Custer McDermott Animal Hospital in 2004, but continued with relief work part time.
In February 2014, being empty nesters, Dr. Molidor and her husband moved to East Dallas to enjoy the White Rock Lake area. On April 1, she became an associate at East Dallas Veterinary Clinic.
Dr. Molidor has volunteered for Guiding Eyes for the Blind, Canine Companions for Independence, The Turning Point (Collin County Rape Crisis), the Plano Clarinet Choir, Frisco Orchestra, New Life Symphony Orchestra, the Plano Community Band, and Prince of Peace Catholic Community. She has two dogs (Wally and Moby) and two cats (Lumpy and Muffin).