Thomas Fellner has a colorful history of experiences during his lifetime.
He served in the United States Air Force from 1973–1977. Initially, Dr. Fellner earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Chemistry in 1983. From them until 1985, Dr. Fellner worked for Mobile Oil (now Exxon Mobile) before he decided to pursue further education at Case Western Reserve’s Dental School. He attended Case Western during 1985–1989 and held a General Practice Residency at Metro General Hospital in 1991.
For the past 15 years, Dr. Fellner and his wife Pam have been providing dental services to the Kiwanis International program. During Christmas, they also host toy giveaways for children in need. Dr. Fellner and Pam also attend church mission trips to places like Haiti, Honduras, and Africa to provide free dental services to citizens in the communities.
And what does Dr. Fellner do when he’s not committing himself to his patients? Well, his 4 children and 9 grandchildren like to keep him very busy. Gardening and golfing are things Dr. Fellner enjoys the most when he can find some of that precious quiet time.