Dr. Bruce Stolle
is a 1983 graduate of Washington University School of Dental Medicine in St.
Louis where he received his Doctorate of Dental Medicine degree. He also
received his undergraduate degree, a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from
Washington University in 1979 after graduating from Mehlville High School. Upon
receiving his dental degree, he began his private practice part-time and taught
as a clinical dental instructor at Washington University part-time. Two years
later, he expanded his private practice to full-time.
over the years, he has served as an independent professional advisor for two
dental insurance firms, and has enjoyed performing dentistry on several mission
trips in Mexico and Guatemala.
Dr. Stolle is a member of the American
Dental Association, the Missouri Dental Association, the Greater St. Louis
Dental Society, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the Christian Medical
Dr. Stolle is an active member of his local church
and enjoys racquetball, backpacking, and fly fishing. He and wife, Debbie, live
in Chesterfield and have been happily married for 28 years and have three
|Dr. Art Westphal grew up in
south St. Louis where he attended Southwest High School and was active in the
community. His undergraduate years were spent in the chemical engineering
program at Washington University, and he was awarded a Bachelor of Science
degree. He received his dental education and early clinical experience at
Washington University School of Dental Medicine, and attained his Doctorate of
Dental Medicine in 1983. After graduating, Dr. Westphal was a clinical
instructor for the dental school and took care of the dental needs of
disadvantaged youths at programs such as Herbert Hoover Boys Club. He started
his private practice in South County in 1983. Half of his practice hours each
week are devoted to his office in St. Charles, the base of which was started in
Dr. Westphal has been married to his wife Karen, a chemical
engineer by profession, for twenty-five years. The couple, their three children
and two dogs reside in Wildwood. The doctor's hobbies and interests are varied.
He enjoys photography and has considerable film as well as digital experience.
Although he has not competed in any recent tournaments, Dr. Westphal still
finds chess a stimulating pastime. His interest in the martial arts culminated
in him receiving a second dan black belt in Tae Kwon Do. Motorcycling is
another of Dr. Westphal's passions. He has ridden sport bikes as well as
touring bikes. He has ridden to rallies as far away as South Dakota and often
commutes to and from the office on his current bike - a VRod.
Westphal is excited about his dental practice and is particularly enthusiastic
about the wonderful developments he has witnessed in dentistry and can see on
the profession's horizon. He enjoys the progressive nature of today's dentistry
and finds it gratifying to see the change it makes in his patients' lives.
|Dr. Raymond Gelchion is
originally from New Jersey, where he attended high school at Roselle Catholic
High School. After graduation he attended the University of Notre Dame in Notre
Dame, Indiana where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in
pre-professional studies. Dr. Gelchion received his doctorate of dental surgery
from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. While attending dental school.
Dr. Gelchion also worked as an intern in the U. S. House of Representatives.
After graduation, Dr. Gelchion was commissioned as a lieutenant in the
United States Navy Dental Corps. He served on active duty at Great Lakes Naval
Training Center in Illinois.
Dr. Gelchion and his wife, Christine, have
been married for 36 years. They have three children and three grandchildren.
They enjoy spending time with the grandkids, going to the movies, baseball
games, and traveling.