Staff pay trib­ute to col­league

Evening Telegraph (First Edition) - - Front Page -

STAFF at a Perth den­tal prac­tice are plan­ing a trib­ute to a much-loved col­league who died ear­lier this year.

The first an­niver­sary of Den­tal Care Perth’s re­lo­ca­tion from Princes Street to state-of-the-art premises in North Methven Street should have been a time for cel­e­bra­tion.

But clin­i­cal di­rec­tor Con­stanti­nos Loizides and his team will use the mile­stone to sup­port Myeloma Aware­ness Week and as a trib­ute to Perth mum Donna McFar­lane, 50, who was a pop­u­lar re­cep­tion­ist with the prac­tice for 10 years.

“We sup­ported Myeloma UK at last year’s open­ing but sadly Donna passed away in Fe­bru­ary, and is missed by ev­ery­one,” said prac­tice man­ager Laurie Green­hill.

“This is our way of pay­ing trib­ute to Donna. She was Perth born and bred and seemed to know ev­ery­one.”

Every mem­ber of the 15-strong staff will spend time on a spon­sored cy­cle set up in the prac­tice, with pa­tients be­ing en­cour­aged to join in.

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