THROW BACK THURSDAY The Easterday Dental Clinic opens on Main St

By: 
Jeff Kenney
Citizen editor

Pictured 35 years ago in June, 1980, is Dr. Gregory 0. Easterday, longtime Culver dentist, who had just moved his dental offices to 303 N. Main Street in Culver. The home had formerly been the residence of Mr and Mrs. William Mills (long Culver Schools superintendent), though many remember it longer as the Jud Stinchcomb house. The Citizen at the time noted the house "has been completely remodeled to house the dental office." A back addition was added later. Easterday had formerly been with the Culver Dental Clinic on Lakeshore Drive, and had opened his own office prior to this one, where his office remains today. Pictured here are Easterday and his Dental Assistant, Cindy Tusing

More history of the clinic appeared in an article last year at the time of the retirement of Helen Fishburn, the office assistant at the clinic from 1981 `til then:
http://www.thepilotnews.com/content/fishburn-says-goodbye-after-30-years...

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