Paul Wilkinson, DMD, MD, in Amarillo TX | Amarillo Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery



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Paul Wilkinson, DMD, MD, in Amarillo TX | Amarillo Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery –

Dr. Wilkinson has earned both a dental degree and a medical degree at the University of Louisville and Texas Tech, respectively. He met Dr. Graves while at the University of Louisville, and their lasting friendship inspired him to move to Amarillo to start practicing at Amarillo Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. Dr. Wilkinson’s patient philosophy is focused on patient safety and comfort, and he works hard to ensure every patient is always satisfied with treatment.

Amarillo Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
William Graves, DMD
Paul Wilkinson, DMD, MD

Amarillo Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
5051 South Soncy Rd
Amarillo, TX 79119

Services Provided:
Dental Implants | Wisdom Teeth Removal | 4-Hour Smile | Facial Trauma Treatment | Corrective Jaw Surgery | Expose & Bonds | Tooth Extraction | Bone Grafting | Oral Pathology Treatment | TMJ Disorders Treatment| Pre-Prosthetic Surgery | Surgical Treatment of Sleep Apnea | Cleft Lip and Palate Treatment | Distraction Osteogenesis | Platelet-Rich Plasma | BMAC® | Stem Cell Banking | Cosmetic Surgery

Cities Served:
Amarillo | Canyon | Dumas | Guymon | Pampa | Borger | Perryton, Liberal | Meade | Plainview | Hereford | Hugoton | Spearman

FL Married Minister Arrested; Forced Oral Sex on a 18 yr old Man During Church Conference .



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38-year old Curtis Cooper is accused of fondling a young 18 yr old man during a church conference. Cooper is the president of a community-based dance ministry, which has partnered with the Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, as well as Love and Faith Community Church. Police reports show Cooper forced oral sex on a young man.

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Outrageous Oral, Volume 23 UNT: Reverend Colleen Darraugh



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Reverend Colleen Darraugh tells her story for Outrageous Oral, Volume 23, October 11, 2016, in the Willis Library at UNT in Denton. Outrageous Oral is a quarterly evening of poignant memories and stories from Dallas’ GLBT past. The Dallas Way is committed to our mission to gather, store, organize, and present the complete GLBT history of Dallas, Texas.

Reverend Colleen Darraugh is the Pastor at Metropolitan Coommunity Church, has lived in Denton for some time, and was an advisor to a GLBT student organization in the 90’s.

Rev. Colleen Darraugh has been active in Denton County since 1990 when she became the first Pastor of Harvest Metropolitan Community Church (MCC), where she served for 10 years. Although she continues to live in Denton County, outside of the City of Aubrey, she has been the Lead Pastor for 12 years at Metropolitan Community Church of Greater Dallas in Carrollton, Texas. In the interim years, she did a variety of things including commuting for 18 months from Denton to a church in Sioux Falls, South Dakota! On the day of Marriage Equality, Rev. Darraugh co-officiated the first Denton County legal same gender wedding.

Over the last 26 years, Pastor Colleen has shared many points of intersection with the UNT community. In the early 90’s she was a community liaison and sponsor of COURAGE, the gay and lesbian student group and offered sessions dealing with Homosexuality and the Bible. Early on, she joined the UNT chapter of the National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) which offered diversity training on campus. Through her work with NCBI, Rev. Darraugh served as a community partner in the development and training for the UNT Safe Zone /Ally program. Rev. Darraugh was often a speaker on campus in classes dealing with homosexuality or feminism as well as on student hosted and resident hall panel discussions.

During her tenure with Harvest MCC, Rev. Darraugh was active in responding to HIV/AIDS. In addition to conducting many funerals and education events, her church obtained a grant to establish the first food pantry for persons living with HIV/AIDS (PWA’s) and the first day-care center for PWA’s. The church also provided space for the first Denton County AIDS Interfaith office.

Beyond local work, Rev. Darraugh was a speaker at a 2001 World Council of Churches Consultation on Human Sexuality. She was also one of the founders of The Women’s Chorus of Dallas!

Rev. Darraugh and her partner, Shelly Torres-West were legally married in Canada in 2005. They are the parents of a grown son, now 22 years old.