Evaluation, just a evaluate 投稿者：Vernonatrop 投稿日：2020/06/02(Tue) 03:38 No.666209 |
Kimberley dental service founder wins volunteer award for fighting for the elderly at age 55
A former dental hygienist who fought for the elderly after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease will win the 2013 Howard Carter Memorial Dental Award for his efforts.
Randy Smith, 68, is best known for his tireless efforts to save as many lives as possible and to teach children how to spot signs of Alzheimer's disease before it strikes. His charitable efforts have won him numerous national awards, including being named 2013 Dental Doctor of the Year for the first time. Smith's tireless work on behalf of his clients has resulted in several hospitalizations and two cases of permanent brain damage.
Randy Smith at his home at 3rd & G streets & M street, Baltimore. (Photo: Joe L. McEwan)
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