Written by Dentistry Today Thursday, 22 September 2011 12:38
SEPTEMBER 21, 2011 – The Identalloy/IdentCeram Council recently elected new officers and directors. Stuart Steinbock was elected to a two-year term as President and will continue serving as a Director. Devon Howe was elected to a two-year term as Treasurer as well as a position as Director.
Mark Murphy, DDS, FAGD, was elected to his fourth two-year term as a Director. He will be joined on the Board by Jan Slor and Gary Iocco, who were also elected to two-year terms. Mr. Iocco will serve as the Board’s Laboratory Representative.
Mr. Steinbock is President of the Dental Technology Solutions Division of Whip Mix Corporation, Louisville, Kentucky. He had previously served as Treasurer of the IdentAlloy/IdentCeram Board.
Mr. Howe is President, CEO & General Partner at CMP Industries LLC, Albany, N.Y., a major manufacturer of dental laboratory materials and equipment, including its Ticonium, Nobilium and Niranium product lines.
Dr. Murphy is the Lead Faculty for Clinical Education at Microdental / DTI Dental Technologies Inc. He also serves on the Adjunct Faculty at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, as a Guest Presenter at Mercer Advisors, and on the Board of Directors of the Pankey Institute.
Mr. Slor is Vice President and General Manager of DENTSPLY Prosthetics, a division of DENTSPLY International, Inc. Headquartered in York, Pennsylvania, the division designs, manufactures and distributes a broad portfolio of dental laboratory products and medical devices on a worldwide basis.
Mr. Iocco owns Dimension Dental Design CDL, located in Hastings, Minnesota. He has been a lab owner for over 20 years and also serves on the Board of the National Association of Dental Laboratories.
"Our board looks forward to expanding the IdentAlloy/IdentCeram program's role in improving healthcare standards and patient outcomes,” noted Mr. Steinbock. “The team committed to continuing our monitoring of emerging technologies while supporting critical industry initiatives such as the NADL's Foundation for Dental Technology."