Law Jr.-4244518

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Law Jr.-4244518


Dr. Raymond W. Law Jr. Dr. Raymond W. Law Jr., 89, of LaPorte, Ind., died on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010, at his residence in LaPorte. Dr. Law, who retired to Tennessee in 1992, and moved to Indiana in 2006, was a well-known dentist who lived and practiced in St. Charles, Ill. for 40 years. Dr. Law was born on Dec. 9, 1921, in Chicago. He attended Grant and Clinton Grammar Schools and Senn High School in Chicago, and graduated from Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa in 1943, receiving a B.A. degree. After obtaining a B.S. degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1945, he was accepted at the New York College of Medicine and Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. Dr. Law was also accepted at the College of Dentistry at the University of Illinois, Chicago. Choosing the field of dentistry, he graduated with from the UIC College of Dentistry with his D.D.S. degree in 1947. He was the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including membership in the Honorary Dental Fraternity, Omicron Kappa Upsilon. He then joined the faculty at the UIC College of Dentistry as an instructor for 2½ years in the Prosthetics Department. Dr. Law opened his private dental practice in general dentistry and preventive dental medicine in St. Charles in 1947, following his marriage to his first wife, Jean. Throughout his 40-year dental career, Dr. Law attended and participated in numerous meetings and seminars on dentistry, nutrition, cancer, and other health-related issues. In 1967, Dr. Law expanded his practice, offering his patients the opportunity for blood chemistry analysis as a diagnostic tool. As his belief was that the maintenance and/or improvement of one's overall health was essential to enjoying good dental health, he became an early proponent of vitamin supplements and sustaining a healthy diet. A veteran of the Army, Dr. Law enlisted and served as a combat engineer from 1943 to 1944. He also enlisted and served in the Air Force from 1952 to 1954 as a captain in the Dental Corps. Dr. Law held membership in the International Association of Cancer Victims & Friends, the National Health Federation, and was a lifetime member of both the Illinois State Dental Society and the American Dental Association. As a member of the Fox River Valley Dental Society, he held offices of president and vice president. …

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