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Class Notes: DCG Winter 2019

1980s

Dr. David Bradberry (’88) was elected president of the Georgia Dental Association. Several alumni have also been elected to serve as incoming district presidents:

  Dr. Becky Aspinwall,

Southeastern District,

Class of 2008

  Dr. Brett Helton,
Western District,
Class of 2001

  Dr. David Howington,

Southwestern District,

Class of 1996

  Dr. Vasco Lowery III,

Eastern District,

Class of 1989

  Dr. Victor van Greuningen,

Northern District,

Class of 2002

  Dr. Ash Walker,

Central District,
Class of 1995

2000s

Dr. Rhoda Sword (’03), president of the Augusta University Alumni Association, has been inducted as a fellow of the American College of Dentists.

Dr. Nancy Young (’06), DCG assistant dean for student affairs, has been inducted into the University of Georgia’s Beta Kappa Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, an international honor society in education.

Dr. John Haffner (’07) owns All Starrs Pediatric Dentistry in Cumming, Georgia. The practice recently received a “Best of Forsyth” award for the fourth year in a row.

2010s

Dr. Ashley Hill (’10) has joined
Dr. Suzanne Haley’s dental office in Saint Simons Island, Georgia. The office offers total facial aesthetics.

Dr. John Camba (’15; Certificate in Endodontics, ’18) received the 2018 Connie L. Drisko Dental Resident Professionalism Award, named for the former DCG dean. In addition to a $2,000 award, Camba also received a glass sculpture, further honoring Drisko’s love of art.

Dr. Emily Husted (’18) joined the Howard Family Dental Midtown Practice in Savannah, Georgia.

Dr. Carla Morales (’18) received the American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology’s Charles R. Morris Student Research Award for student research conducted at
the DCG, which resulted in a peer-reviewed publication

Dr. Nick Sasser (’18) joined the practice Hartnett & Sasser General Dentistry
in Brunswick, Georgia. Sasser is a second-generation dentist and a native of Glynn County.

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