I was born in Colorado Springs, CO and raised in Baytown, TX. I moved to the Harbor in 1983 where I earned my Associates in Arts from Grays Harbor College.
I love working with patients! I love getting to know them and enjoy helping them with their smiles. I also love my work family. They are a very fun group at work and outside of the office. I think my ability to make a patient comfortable from the initial phone call is the most important thing I can do.
Outside of the office I enjoy kayaking, gardening, and walking. I also like to fish and relax with a good book.
I was born in Aberdeen, WA and I’ve lived in Montesano my entire life. I attended South Puget Sound Community College where I became a Dental Assistant. I have 2 boys that are my everything! The best part of my job is getting to know the patients and having great co-workers that are my work family. I enjoy watching my 2 boys play sports, gardening, cooking and we say one of our favorite things to do is nothing- we love being home, hanging out and we love game nights.
I chose to work in dentistry to help people love their smile. It’s the first thing I notice when looking at someone. I have worked in this office for over 27 years.
I was born and raised in Aberdeen and have been married 28 years to my husband Jesse. We have 3 kids Jake, Dylan, and Sydni.
I love to travel! I like to go to Disneyland with my family a few times a year, Some of my bucket list locations are in Europe, to see Italy France and London.
I graduated from Bates Technical College as a Dental Assistant. I have been working at this office for over 12 years and have worked with Dr. Tomlinson at Grays Harbor Community Hospital in the Operating Room doing general anesthesia cases for the last 5 years he was here.
I was born and raised in Aberdeen, and married my high school sweetheart David. We’ve been married 27 years with three children, DJ, Jordan and Jade, along with our dog Berney and Jozie the cat.
Outside of the office I like fishing, hiking, camping, kayaking, and lots of other outdoorsy things. One thing on my bucket list is to do the Seattle to Portland bike ride.
I graduated from South Puget Sound Community College as a dental assistant. I have been working at this office for over 25 years and I love to help the people that come in.
I knew at a young age that I had wanted to enter dentistry, I had hated my smiles and never smiled in photos. I got into orthodontic treatment and it changed my life! I knew that after hating my smile so long and someone making me feel so confident that I wanted to do the same thing for others. Although I did not go into orthodontics myself I have done server full mouth reconstruction cases, as well as becoming an EFDA that I can use my creative side to fabricate beautiful fillings.
I graduated Dental Assistant training in Kenmore, WA and did my EFDA training at South Puget Sound Community College. I started my career as a Dental Assistant and quickly moved into an Office Manager / Treatment Specialist role. I loved being able to see the other side of the patient experience and learn all there was to every working part of the dental office! Although management was challenging and an amazing opportunity I was missing being able to do procedures and work with my patients on the clinical side.
I grew up in a small town call Ravensdale, Washington. I don’t have kid of my own but I do have a niece and nephew that I love spending time with.
I love to create relationships with my patients while helping them live healthier lives. I want my patients to be as comfortable as they can while they’re in my chair.
In my free time I like to spend time with my boyfriend, friends and family. In the summertime I like to plant flowers, go hiking, and use my cricut machine.
I became a certified dental assistant from Renton Technical College in 2008. Eleven years later I became a registered dental hygienist from Pima Medical Institute.
I’m originally from Spokane but loving this side of the state. I’m a mother of four kids – two boys and two girls. In my spare time, I enjoy being outside with my family, exploring the outdoors and playing sports. I also love to read and bake.
I love dentistry. I love the interaction I get and information I learn from people from all walks of life. I enjoy the opportunity to help people, work one on one, and making a difference with a smile. I genuinely care about those I work with as well as my patients. I try to adapt the experience for all I see trying to make patients feel educated, at ease, and cared for. Also, this job is flexible for being a mom, which is my top priority.
I graduated from Brigham Young University with my dental hygiene degree, and have working as a dental hygienist for 10 years.