DATE UPDATED: 5/24/10                                                                                   SCROLL #:775
NAME:    Steven L. Brightwell
CURRENT ADDRESS:    14615 South Bond St. Olathe, KS 66062
BIRTHDATE: 6/21/59                                            BIRTHPLACE: Kansas City, KS
             DDS Degree UMKC School of Dentistry, 1985
             General Practice Residency Kansas City VA Med Center, 1986
CURRENT OCCUPATION:     General Dentistry
CAREER SUMMARY:     After completed my General Practice Residency in 1986 I split my time between private practice in Prairie Village KS and teaching at UMKC Dental School. Within a few years I phased out of teaching, and devoted my attention to fulltime private practice. I have been at the same location providing general dental services to the NE Johnson County area for the past 24 years. My web address is
FAMILY BIOGRAPHY:     Married Aug 21 1982 to the former Kim Kramer (1982 NWMSU grad & Alpha Sigma Alpha) Two children, Matthew (DOB 9/3/86) & Erin(DOB 5/29/89). Kim retired from DST in 2007 and joined my staff as the Office Manager working approximately 4 days a month. Matt is currently employed with Outback Steakhouse bartending. Erin is finishing her 1st year of Nursing school at KU Med. Fun things we enjoy doing are visiting the National Parks & gambling in Las Vegas.    
SPECIAL INTERESTS:   I enjoy hunting and fishing, so besides chasing whitetail, turkey & pheasant around the midwest, I try to plan a nice hunting/fishing trip each year to some far off exotic place. We’ve been to Canada, Colorado and even South Africa for everything from Black Bear, Elk & African plains game. Throw in a few fishing excursions for Ocean Stripper, Northern Pike, Walleye, Rainbow Trout and that just about sums it up.
HONORS OR RECOGNITION:    It has always been an honor serving as TKE President 1980-81. I also was a member of Cardinal Key, Blue Key, Tri-Beta Biology Fraternity, Student Senate. I graduated 2nd in my class at UMKC School of Dentistry for which I am forever grateful to those science professors that pushed me so hard in undergraduate school at NWMSU.