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Seymour Family Dentistry
201 W. Tipton Street, Seymour, IN
George Mansfield, IV, DDS and Weldon Thurman, DMD
Call: (812)523-4545

Meet Your Dental Team

Heather

Patient Coordinator

Born and raised in Jackson County, I am the oldest of seven.  Helping with 6 younger brothers and sisters, I began developing my management and organizational skills early. Professionally, I have spent the last ten years in retail management.  I am excited to transition from Customer Service Specialist to Patient Care Specialist.

I have two very active boys involved in football, basketball, and baseball. When not fulfilling my never-ending job as "Custodian-Chef-Chauffeur-Cheerleader”, I enjoy watching “The Voice” and “American Idol.” The only thing I would change about my life is my youngest son's misguided loyalty as a UK fan.


Kristina

Patient Coordinator

I am a graduate of Columbus East.  Although I have an Associates Degree in Architectural Technology from IUPUI, I spent over fifteen years in retail management.  I am excited to be a part of your dental team at Seymour Family Dentistry.  I look forward to providing outstanding customer service to you, our valued patients.  

During my free time, I enjoy spending time with my husband, Jimmy, and son, Ethan.  When not listening to Marilyn Manson nor tirelessly tending to my saltwater aquarium, I love camping and arts & crafts.


Shannon

Dental Assistant

I have been helping patients achieve a sense of pride by creating beautiful smiles for over fifteen years.  As a North Vernon native, I also relish in the satisfaction of assisting people in overcoming their dental anxieties.

I was a competitive gymnast and cheerleader in high school.  Today, I use my free time towards anything involving the outdoors and sunshine, like camping, hiking, fishing, gardening.  I also enjoy spending time with my husband, Jason, daughter, Shelby, and granddaughter, Charli.


Taylor

Dental Assistant

I chose the profession of dentistry, because I wanted to make my patients’ experiences enjoyable.  After graduating from Jennings County High School, I pursued my ambition by graduating at the top of my class at Indiana Dental Academy.

I have been on three different mission trips to Haiti.  In the future, I would love to use my dental training during mission trips.  When not perfecting my “patented eye roll”, I enjoy spending time with family, especially fishing, hunting, taking care of my many animals, or riding my horse (Trouble).

 


Molly

Licensed Dental Hygienist

I am the second youngest of nine and a native of Aurora, Indiana.  I graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene from the University of Southern Indiana.  I chose the profession of dentistry, because I enjoy the connections with my patients and the opportunity to have a positive influence on their lives, both personally and professionally.

In my free time, I love hanging out with family and friends.  My favorite activities are chilling around a bonfire, playing soccer, eating, playing board games, and watching Disney movies with my many nieces and nephews.  I am an excellent baker, Dr. Mansfield has no proof of such.  He’s still waiting for his baked goods.

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Tiffiny

Financial Specialist

As a recovering “dental phobic”, I would not have thought that I would someday be working at a dental office.  I am thankful to be part of a team who truly cares for our patients’ health and happiness.  I enjoy working with patients to discover what they truly want to achieve during their dental visits and how to make it possible.

I earned my Bachelor of Science in Finance from the Kelly School of Business (Indiana University, Bloomington, IN) in 1990. My background in accounting and banking has prepared me well for my position at Seymour Family Dentistry.

I love hanging out with my family, reading a book by the fire, and watching crime dramas.


Campbell

Benny Man

The people of Seymour and surrounding communities have marveled at Campbell’s dedication toward beautifying the exterior of Seymour Family Dentistry. Even during the cold and sunless mornings of winter, Tipton (US 50) travelers have witnessed Campbell, donned in his circa 1980 neon yellow Hawaii Kai LL Padres coaches’ jacket, eradicating all cigarette butts and oil spills.

Outside of his marriage of 45 years and four grandchildren, Campbell’s lifetime highlight was watching Barry Obama coming off the bench during Punahou School’s march to the Hawaii State Basketball Championship in 1979. This wine connoisseur is also proud of the fact that his high school was ranked #1 in two consecutive years by Sports Illustrated as the best sports high school in America.