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The North Suburban Branch celebrated a very exciting CDS Installation of Officers at the Hotel InterContinental on Michigan Avenue Nov. 9, when our very own Susan Becker Doroshow was installed as CDS president. She is notably only the second female president in our 150-year history!
Many branch members attended the ceremony and extended their congratulations, including Marie Fe Corpuz-Bato, Yendis Gibson, Barbara Mousel, Marie Simon and Melanie Watson.
David Williams and his wife, Diane, immersed themselves in the history and food of Istanbul in November. On their excursion to Gallipoli, they were moved by the beaches left behind from the first World War.
At our December branch meeting, we welcomed Susan Pope, a pediatric dentist in Kenilworth.
Mike Durbin and Kristen Weber, the new CDS Foundation executive director, joined us as guests. They shared news about the CDS Foundation and volunteer opportunities at the CDS Foundation Clinic in Wheaton.
Branch president John Vickery then introduced our speaker, Tamara Fountain, an ophthalmologist.
As has become a traditional treat for our December meeting for the past six years, carolers from Glenbrook South High School came in costume to serenade us. They certainly put us all in the Holiday Spirit.
Maria Simon completed the ADA Kellogg Executive Management Course at Northwestern University this fall. She really enjoyed the classroom exchange with dentists from across the country and her professors’ perspectives relative to the business of dentistry.
Arash Hosseini recently took over Marie Fe Corpuz-Bato’s Gurnee practice. Congratulations to both of them!
A tradition of working for the dental profession. The Chicago Dental Society was organized in 1864 and incorporated in 1878. The objective of the Chicago Dental Society is to encourage the improvement of the health of the public, to promote the art and science of dentistry and to represent the intrest of the members of the profession and the public that it serves.
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