Probus Club of Old Oakville

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Date(s) - Wednesday, September 4, 2013
8:30 am - 11:00 am

Location
Oakville Club

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Next Meeting, Wednesday September 4, 2013, at the Oakville Club.
Breakfast 8:30 to 9:15; AGM at 9:15; regular meeting starts at 9:45
Annual General Meeting — Reports and Elections — 9:15 a.m.
Meeting notice and Agenda have been issued by email and included with the postal mailing of the August newsletter.

No member speaker.

NOTE: September 4 is a Breakfast Meeting, $20. Sign up!
Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Breakfast will be served until 9:15. Please contact John Butler 905-842-1911, email jcbutler01@sympatico.ca OR Geoff Slater 905-847-5594 email geoffmarleneslater@sympatico.ca to sign up.

We need to know how many are coming!

Menu: Blueberry Scones, Fresh Sliced Fruit, Chilled Fruit Juices, Scrambled Eggs, Crispy Bacon, Home Fries, Sliced Tomatoes, Freshly Brewed Coffee & Tea

September 4, 2013 Dr. Frank Stechey — Forensic Dentistry

Tooth enamel is the most durable material in the human body. Detailed dental records on file for most citizens can be used to positively identify people for many years after the records were taken. You will hear a fascinating, tale from scene of the crime dentistry, and you can’t even begin to guess what a dentist can uncover from such evidence.

Following the September 11th 2001 World Trade Center disaster, 256 forensic dentists worked months to identify victims. Of only 10 foreign dentists invited, Dr. Frank Stechey was the first foreign and the only Canadian dentist invited to join New York City’s dental identification team.

His over 30 years of forensic dental experience has covered both civil and criminal cases including product liability, homicides, child, spousal and senior abuse and emergency response & identification. He has received training and invitations from the FBI Academy, the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, the Federal Emergency Management Agency; plus several colleges and universities throughout North America.

Now as a semi-retired general dentist in Hamilton he is a forensic dental consultant for Children’s Hospital at Hamilton’s McMaster University Medical Centre.

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