Sandy is one of our wonderful treatment coordinators here at Noll Family Dentistry and has been with us since we opened the office (she transitioned with us as Mangan turned into Noll Family Dentistry). She has been in the dentistry field for almost 45 and a half years so she’s an expert when it comes to all things dental related. She originally grew up in Mechanicsburg and graduated from Mechanicsburg Area High School. The best part of being in the dental field for her has been the people; whether it’s the people she works with or the relationships she builds with every patient that walks in the door. Not many people can say they wanted to get into the dental field just because they ended up at the dentist office a lot, but Sandy can say that!
When she’s not helping schedule appointments and helping patients you’ll find her traveling to see her family in Alabama with her husband of 44 years! Her church is also incredibly important to her, she’s extremely active in the community when it comes to mission work.
Amy has been in the dental field for over 30 years and is Treatment Coordinator here at Noll Family Dentistry. Amy is a Central Penn College grad and has training as a dental assistant and x-ray certified.
Amy likes working with people and chose to get into the dental field so she could stay busy and help people. In her free time, she enjoys being outdoors, riding motorcycles with her husband of 31 years, trail riding in her side-by-side, and being with her family. Amy has two children and two grandchildren.
Diane grew up in Trenton NJ and went to college at Camden County College. While being in the dental field for 9 months now, she is already finding enjoyment in her job because of the positive interactions with patients, staff, and doctors. Diane loves learning about periodontology and being a part of the periodontal team. When asked, she told us she is, “glad to be part of the team at the Dental Specialty Center.”
When you aren’t seeing Diane at the front desk, she is most likely spending time with her family, at her church Bible study, gardening, or raising her sheep. After a long day, Diane loves to relax with a cup of tea and a good book.