Peter R. Breads, co-founder of Great Lakes Orthodontics, remembered

Peter R. Breads, co-founder of Great Lakes Orthodontics, remembered

Peter R. Breads, co-founder and retired president of Great Lakes Orthodontics, Ltd, died January 14th. Peter, who co-founded the company in 1967, was highly respected in the dental community for his technical knowledge, integrity, and willingness to help others.

Peter served as president from 1967 to 1989 and as chairman of the board from 1967 to 2000. During his leadership, Great lakes steadily grew to become an internationally respected orthodontic company. His legacy includes transitioning Great Lakes to an employee-owned company, allowing employees to directly benefit from the company’s success.

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Great Lakes Orthodontics, Ltd.

An Employee Owned Company

Contact:  Karen Carey
Marketing Manager
Telephone:  716.871.1161
Email:  kcarey@greatlakesortho.com

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