RDA/Business Office Manager
Roxy has an associates degree and her dental assistant certification from Volunteer State Community College. With 40 years working in dentistry, Roxy has had the privilege of working with so many different people. She says it’s their unique personalities that make what she does so much fun and Roxy enjoys the challenges and demands of her position. Outside of the office, Roxy is usually doing something fun like jogging, swimming, reading a good book, decorating, spending time with her family, and worshipping at church.
Cassie is a graduate of Gallatin High School and Remington College where she earned her dental assistant credentials in 2006. Since she’s been working in dentistry for nearly 13 years, Cassie says she’s come to love getting to know new patients, and she cherishes the friendships she has with longtime patients. Cassie says it’s also rewarding to see that she plays a small part in patients regaining their confidence thanks to their new smile. Outside of the office, Cassie says her husband and two sons are her life. She enjoys watching her kids play baseball, being outdoors, playing board games, doing crafts, attending church, and going to her kids’ school functions.
Sue attended both Southwest Missouri State University and Forest Park Community College before graduating in May 1992. Sue has been working in dentistry for nearly three decades and has been part of our dental team since January 2002. Sue says she truly loves everything about her job working alongside her fellow team members and the dentists. In her spare time, Sue enjoys being with her family, watching football, taking vacations, and helping out at the Adams School.
Nicole is a 1995 graduate from the Nashville Christian Academy. She’s been working in dentistry since 2001 and has been a part of the team at Connor Family Dentistry since 2015. Nicole says the best thing about being a dental assistant for nearly two decades is that you always get to meet new and exciting people while helping them have a healthy smile. In her spare time, you’ll probably find Nicole cheering on her kids at sporting events, going hiking, attending concerts, and working with middle school girls at Long Hollow Baptist Church.
Bobbie earned a bachelor of science in dental hygiene from the University of Nebraska in 1968. She’s worked on and off in dentistry both full and part-time (she took a few years off to start a family) for the past 34 years and counting. She says every patient and family she’s come to know and love along the way is what continues to make her job so special. She’s followed her husband for his career, working in states such as Colorado, Nebraska, Wisconsin, and finally here in Tennessee. Bobbie has two sons, a daughter-in-law, and three grandkids. She loves spending time with them, acting as secretary of the trustees at First United Methodist Church, creating the newsletter for her DAR chapter, being chair of the committee for her HOA at her condo, and playing bridge.