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Dr. Sonia Q. Scheerer, DDS, MS

Liberty, MO

Dr. Sonia Q. Scheerer, DDS, MS

 

 

 

 

  She is native to the Northland, she graduated from NKC high school in 1982.  Dr. Sonia Q. Scheerer earned her Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree from University of Missouri-Kansas City, School of Dentistry in 1993.  She served in the United States Navy active duty for 10 years.  Her tour consisted of Marine deployments, the Naval College in Rhode Island and overseas in Naples, Italy.  She was the #1 selectee for out service endodontic residency training for the US Navy.  Dr. Scheerer earned her Master of Science and Certificate in Endodontics from the University of Detroit Mercy in 1999.  Her scientific research project was selected in the top ten for the American Association of Endodontists for graduate students and was published in the Journal of Endodontics in January 2001.  After the Navy, she returned home to Kansas City North where she started up  her private endodontic practice for 12 years in Zona Rosa area and taught part time at UMKC dental school.  She and her husband moved to Beaver Lake 2013 where she worked part time at the Veterans Health System of the Ozarks in Fayetteville and ran her own endodontic practice downtown Rogers, AR.  Kansas City is home so home is where she returned early December 2016.  Dr. Scheerer was born in Tacoma, Washington.  Her parents were born in Puerto Rico, and she is fluent in Spanish.  Dr. Scheerer and  her husband, Wayne,  have been married almost 35 years.  They have a son, a daughter and six grandkids.  Their son, Nick is active duty Air Force as an electrical lineman.  Nick and his wife Anna are stationed in the DC area.  Dr. Scheerer’s daugher, Lauren, is a Speech Pathologist and photographer.  She is married to Danny Hawkins.  Lauren and Danny live in Kansas City, along with Dr. Scheerer's mother, siblings and most of her family. Her hero remains her father, Romulo Quinones; he went to be with the Lord over 9 years ago.  He was a Purple Heart and Bronze Star medal recipient while serving 30 years in the US Army.  Dr. Scheerer's grandson, Gavin Scheerer was diagnosed with leukemia in 2017.   Today, the whole family is thankful to lord that in July 2020 Gavin was able to ring "no more Chemo Bell".