We’re celebrating a very special occasion this week as our receptionist Suzanne celebrates not only her birthday, but 33 years at the Village Dental Surgery. So, what better way to celebrate, than with a walk down memory lane throughout Suzannne’s years at the practice.
Suzanne left school at 16 years old, and shortly after her 17th birthday she moved to London to begin a new chapter in her working life. In 1989, Suzanne moved back to her roots in Cumbernauld where she began working in the practice, then known as ‘Edgar and Foxworthy’ as a receptionist.
The practice was then taken over by Scott Edwards and Howard Smith in 1993 and became the surgery our patients know and love today, The Village Dental Surgery. Suzanne continued and has continued her receptionist role at the practice for 33 years and as you can imagine has seen a lot of change and progression over the years.
A word from Suzanne:
“I’ve worked with some wonderful people throughout the years and met so many lovely patients this past 33 years. I’ve watched many grow up and have their own kids.”
The VDS team would like to take this moment to thank Suzanne for her years of loyal service, and we wish her the happiest of birthdays. Suzanne is an integral part of our team and is loved by our customers. One thing that has never changed throughout the years, is Suzanne’s love for punk rock, which we love!
Take a look through some fantastic images of Suzanne from the archives, as we celebrate her time at VDS then and now.