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Stories of Giving

A Healing Hands first

Wesley Okumura, DDS’94, MS, assistant professor, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, is the first School of Dentistry faculty clinician to receive the Healing Hands silver pin awarded to LLU Health care providers and support staff whose patients have made a point formally and tangibly to acknowledge their appreciation for their compassionate care.
 

Good Samaritan unveiling

An artistic glass etching, based on a brass sculpture of the Good Samaritan, was unveiled Friday, November 9, 2012, where it now hangs on the east interior wall of the patient clinic waiting area of the School of Dentistry’s Prince Hall.
 
Dr. Newbold and Dean Goodacre view the unveiled etching.
 

Good Samaritan sandblast sculpture unveiled

      By Rachel Terwillegar, CFRE, CSPG
 
A carved sandblast glass sculpture of the Good Samaritan, depicting what has become an iconic representation of Loma Linda University’s mission, was unveiled in the foyer of the Center for Dentistry and Orthodontics on February 10, 2012, during the School of Dentistry’s annual Alumni-Student Convention. The remarkable piece of art was the gift of Keith Corbett, SD’78, MS’81 (orthodontics), and his wife, Peggy, residents of the Canadian town of Quesnel, British Columbia.