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Steamboat dentist tabbed by Institute
Steamboat Springs dentist Jim McCreight will assist nationally known practice consultant Robert H. Maccario at the Las Vegas Institute with a program called Dental Concierge.

L.V.I. is an advanced dental teaching facility that helps dentists across the country and parts of the world learn the latest advancements in comprehensive dental care in addition to helping teach dental office management with the latest business systems. McCreight said his adjunct faculty appointment represents his first involvement with the institute and also makes him one of the youngest dental professionals to help teach other dentists across the nation at L.V.I.

L.V.I. recently has received national attention with its advertising campaign with the popular TV show “Extreme Makeover,” which airs Thursday nights on ABC.

Mason & Morse

gets new Realtor

steamboat springs

Longtime West Routt resident Vonnie Frentress is the newest Realtor at Mason & Morse real estate.

Originally from Casper, Wyo., Frentress became a permanent resident of the Yampa Valley in 1986, after her graduation from Colorado State University with a degree in psychology. While attending CSU, she met her husband, Kurt, a fourth generation rancher from West Routt County. The family ranching operation includes wheat and safflower production, a cow-calf operation, hay production and big-game hunting.

Frentress’ involvement in ranching, agriculture, and land and water management on a daily basis, helps make her aware of the benefits and issues that accompany land ownership.

“We are fortunate to have Vonnie join our team at Mason & Morse,” said Tony Walton, managing broker. “I am sure her knowledge of the real estate business and her involvement in the community in West Routt will combine to ensure a successful real estate career.”

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