Dr. Sharon M. Green began her career at Lawrence Family Vision Clinic working as a technician and optician while completing her undergraduate degree at the University of Kansas. After graduating, she studied abroad in Costa Rica. She then attended the University of Houston, College of Optometry. She began working as an optometrist at Lawrence Family Vision Clinic in 1993, specializes in pediatrics and is passionate about helping children with visual needs throughout the community.
Dr. Green is married and has four children. In her spare time, she enjoys water skiing, snow skiing and watching her children play sports.
Dr. Kevin K. Trummel started working for Lawrence Family Vision Clinic as a technician while completing his undergraduate degree at the University of Kansas. He then continued his education by attending the University of Missouri St Louis, School of Optometry. He began working as an optometrist at Lawrence Family Vision Clinic in 2002.
Dr. Trummel is married and has two children. In his spare time he enjoys fishing, cooking, making cocktails and working in the yard. But his favorite thing is spending time with his wife and kids.
Dr. Kenny Trummel has been with LFVC since 2002. While receiving his undergraduate degree at the University of Kansas, he worked as a technician. He then attended the University of Missouri St. Louis, School of Optometry where he received his degree in 2009. He has been working with us ever since.
Dr. Kenny is a proud contributor to our community. He loves participating in the TRIO Talent Search, a college access program for 6th through 12th graders. He is also a proud to be a part of Big Brothers Big Sisters.
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters, watching the Indianapolis Colts, and taking his two dogs running.
Dr. Dennis C. Hoss completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Houston and went on to graduate from the University of Houston, College of Optometry in 1983. Dr. Hoss along with Dr. Arliss Stebbins then founded LFVC. What began as a small practice has expanded in size over the years, and now includes offices in Lawrence and Baldwin.
Giving back to those in need is important to Dr. Hoss. His participation in VOSH (Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity) enabled Dr. Hoss to travel throughout Venezuela and Bolivia providing eye exams and glasses to those in need.
When not in the office, Dr. Hoss enjoys tending to his farm, as well as spending time with his family and three grandchildren.
Mily Boone, Office Manager.
Our vision at Lawrence Family Vision Clinic is to provide world-class eye care using cutting-edge technology and patient education from respected optometrists and a knowledgeable attentive team.
Dr Green specializes in pediatrics and is passionate about helping the youth succeed. She visits various schools in the Lawrence and Baldwin areas to work with the Essilor Adopt a School Program. As she performs eye exams on students, she is accompanied by technician Kim, who performs the autorefraction test. Denae, our Optical Consultant, Mily, our practice manager, and other members of the team help with picking out glasses for the students and making sure they are the correct fit.
Dr Kenny is proud to participate in TRIO college access programs to help first generation students learn more about the anatomy of the eye. He leads students through cow eye dissections, giving the classroom an unforgettable experience.
In addition to our excellent care, our office supports local organizations like Lions Club International who donates glasses to underprivileged kids and adults. Our office also participates in other local community outreach events to help the Kansas City, Lawrence, and Baldwin areas with health needs.
A child needs many abilities to succeed in school. Good vision is key. It has been estimated that as much as 80% of the learning a child does occurs through his or her eyes. Reading, writing, whiteboard work, and using computers are among the visual tasks students perform daily. A child's eyes are constantly in use in the classroom and at play. When his or her vision is not functioning properly, education and participation in sports can suffer. Unfortunately, they may have a short attention span that can be interpreted as misbehavior.