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Local dentist’s legacy continues in Honduras

March 13, 2014

Photo submitted Nancy DaMore is shown in front of the Honduras dental clinic, named in honor of her late husband Dr. Philip DaMore, who served the St. Marys area for many years. The clinic houses all of Dr. DaMore's dental equipment, which he donated to the Rice Foundation upon his retirement.

The legacy of a St. Marys dentist, the late Dr. Philip DaMore, continues in Honduras with the recent founding of a dental clinic in Honduras in his name.
The clinic was established by the Rice Foundation with dental equipment donated by Dr. DaMore following his retirement.

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