Ross graduated dental school in 1980 from the University of Saskatchewan. He started practicing in downtown Saskatoon in the Canada building. In 1990 he moved his practice to the location it sits on today. Ross also graduated from the U of S with a B.Sc. in Biology in 1973, a B.Sc. Adv. in Chemistry in 1974 and an M.B.A. in 1982. He has two children and two grandchildren. His wife, Lorna, also graduated from dentistry in 1983 but is now retired. Most of his time is spent with his grandchildren and wife up at the lake or fishing for lake trout in La Ronge. Ross is normally busy with household projects such as woodworking or planning a new renovation project. Ross likes to fish, golf and visit with friends when time permits.
Gary graduated dental school in 2013 from the University of Saskatchewan. He also graduated with a B.Sc. in Biochemistry/Biomedical Science in 2007 from St. Cloud State, Minnesota while playing hockey. Once he retired from his hockey career he went back to school and obtained an M.B.A. degree in 2009 from the U of S. Gary started working for his dad, Ross, immediately upon graduation. Gary spends most of his spare time with his niece Kadence playing and teaching her sports. Gary enjoys playing hockey in the winter and golf in the summer. Most of his weekends are spent at the lake fishing and enjoying the outdoors. Gary also likes to get away on vacation when the Saskatchewan winters take full effect. Gary is also involved in the community by helping out with youth hockey and helping support children with terminal cancer.