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Kennewick, WA Washington and Vision Therapy Center Staff
Dr. Randall - Developmental Optometrist
Dr. Randall, who was born and raised in Utah, received a Bachelor of Neuroscience degree from Brigham Young University. He went on to graduate with honors from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee, where he says he began learning about vision therapy. After working in optometry for several years in Moses Lake, he, his wife, Jennifer and their six children moved to the Yakima Valley where he began work with Dr. Winters this fall.
In his spare time, Dr. Randall says that he enjoys family activities including church, basketball, football, soccer and bike rides.
Abear Nassar - Vision Therapist
Abear Nassar graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor's
Degree in Biological Sciences. She previously worked on campus as a lab
technician and a science program Mentor.
She thinks being a vision therapist is amazing because she loves helping
people in general, loves seeing everyone healthy and happy, and finds it
especially gratifying to help younger kids achieve healthy happy lives.
Abear is passionate about anything in the medical field; she finds
healthcare endlessly fascinating. Abear's hobbies include: hiking, playing basketball, mowing lawns (true story), cleaning (another true story), hanging out with friends and working out.
Michelle Granrud - Vision Therapist
Michelle Granrud was born and raised in the Tri-Cities where she lives with her husband and three children. After graduating from high school with honors, she earned her degree at Columbia Basin College. Michelle went in to the medical field as a Massage Therapist for 10 years, and then in to Early Childhood Education. She loves how Vision Therapy fulfills her desire to help kids.
Michelle enjoys volunteering. She is an active school board member at Bethlehem Lutheran School and tries to help in the classrooms whenever she can. Michelle spent a summer working for the Family Learning Center, a 21st Century organization that helps refugees.
Michelle loves spending time with her children Layla, Vivian, and Shepherd
Stephanie - Patient Care Coordinator