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50 years during a dentist, smiling each minute

Apart from a drills and a Novocaine needles, dental offices unequivocally aren’t so bad. Soothing music, gentle chairs, magazines. What’s not to like?

Maybe that’s because Claire Shoemaker seems so calm after 50 years in one. She comes to work each day and is greeted by a good boss, accessible colleagues and still customers. She knows where all is and how all works.

It’s been that approach given Feb. 19, 1962, when Shoemaker took a dental partner pursuit during Jacob Ludwig’s bureau on E. Broad Street in Bethlehem. She had only graduated from Liberty High School and wasn’t unequivocally certain what sort

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