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The California Dental Association Foundation Presents Inaugural Humanitarian Award to USC Mobile Dental Clinics Champion Charles M. Goldstein, DDS, MPH
Date:5/14/2008

SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Charles (Charlie) Goldstein was honored with the first California Dental Association (CDA) Foundation Humanitarian Award in a presentation at his home in Los Angeles surrounded by family, friends and colleagues on Saturday, May 10. Dr. Goldstein passed away the following night. He was 87 years old.

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The CDA Foundation Humanitarian Award was recently established by the Foundation to recognize California dentists who have distinguished themselves by outstanding, unselfish leadership and contributions to fellow human beings in the field of dentistry. Dr. Goldstein was chosen to be the first recipient for his leadership to the profession of dentistry, for his efforts with the University of Southern California (USC) Mobile Clinic program and a career of other philanthropic oral health activities helping thousands of underserved men, women and children. He was nominated by CDA President-Elect Carol Gomez Summerhays, DDS, who was mentored by Dr. Goldstein.

"Charlie had such an incredible heart. He was a model of a true servant leader. Those around him were compelled to follow his example. His legacy will live on in the lives he has touched so deeply," remembered Summerhays. A $2,500 award contribution will be given by the CDA Foundation to the USC Mobile Clinic in Dr. Goldstein's name.

The Foundation had scheduled the award presentation for Dr. Goldstein at CDA's House of Delegates meeting in November, but made the decision to present the award to Dr. Goldstein last Saturday at his home after learning of his declining health. CDA Foundation Ambassador Santos Cortez, Jr., DDS and close colleague of Dr. Goldstein presented the award.

"Dr. Goldstein's involvement in the USC Mobile Clinic program's shift in the patient population to underserved childre
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