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The Dental Industry Loses One More Smile

Posted by dentalinsider on March 29, 2008

dsc00007.jpgI received a couple of emails from readers today regarding the passing of Bob Doling. This one hit close to home as I had met Bob back in 1995 at the ADA in Las Vegas, and would see him on occasion at the CDA in Anaheim. Bob was good, hardworking, independent sales rep, who with his daughters started Dental Marketing Associates, and represented many lines on both the sundry and equipment side.

“He has become legendary to this industry as so many have been
touched by his kindness and love for all that he knew. He was passionate
about his profession, and for the people in it.” –
quote from the family

Bob was also a talented musician and singer, often imitating the likes of Neil Diamond and Elvis. Today, the dental industry lost a true professional, and we lost a great friend.

You can send your condolences, to the Doling family at:

The Doling’s
20200 Allentown Dr.
Woodland Hills, CA 91364

Funeral arrangements are pending.

DI

*Picture taken from Bob’s page on Dental Sales Pro

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2 Responses to “The Dental Industry Loses One More Smile”

  1. Rick Lindquist said

    Rest in Peace.
    Bob was a true professional, and had passion for what he did. I’m sure his daughters will carry on with the same passion and love.

    Rick Lindquist

  2. We’ll miss you Bob.
    You were an exceptional asset to our industry.
    I know you have earned your rest, and I wish your family comfort in their mourning.

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