Meet The Office

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Skylit Grady-Weaver

Skylit is originally from Batesville, AR but has lived in NWA for the last 10 years with her husband Brent. They have 2 yorkies, Bella and Cooper. Skylit has been a registered dental assistant for 7 years, the last 4 years at Kimbrough Dental. Skylit enjoys spending time with friends and family and the the great outdoors.

Candice Bartholomew

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Candice is a lifelong resident of Northwest Arkansas. A graduate of Prairie Grove High School, Candice completed pre-dental hygiene at the U of A and got her B.S. of Dental Hygiene at UAMS in 2000. After graduation Candice worked at Kimbrough Dental from 2000-2007. When our long time hygienist Robin retired, Candice decided to rejoin Kimbrough Dental. Candice has 2 boys: Rheis, 11 years old and David, 8 years old. Candice enjoys spending time with her children, gardening and watching the Razorbacks.
 

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Morayma Herrera

Morayma was born in Chihuahua, Mexico but grew up in Springdale. She is a 2011 graduate of Springdale High School (Go Bulldogs!). Morayma attended PETRA Allied Health for Dental Assisting and completed the program in 2012. Her hobbies include going to football games and cheering on the Razorbacks, shopping, and four-wheeling with friends. 

Mary Nobles – picture coming soon!

Mary, formerly a resident of colorful Colorado, has made her way to Arkansas. She attended Heritage College in Denver, Colorado where she received her training for Dental Assisting in 2012. Mary loves to spend time with family and friends, be outdoors, and play with her two cats

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Marsha Kimbrough

Marsha is Dr. Randy Kimbrough’s wife. She has recently rejoined the practice as the acting “office manager.” Prior to this Marsha practiced as a dental hygienist. Marsha enjoys gardening, biking, reading, anything Razorback, but most of all spending time with her grandchildren, Eliza-Grace and Shepard.

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Our dental hygienist, Robin Wheat retired from full time practice at the end of May 2014. After 32 years in dental hygiene and 17 years in our practice, Robin’s doctors have recommended that she step away from the daily grind. Robin hopes to return to a limited part time status possibly by late fall. We will sorely miss Robin’s cheerful personality, her dedication to her patients, and her gentle touch.