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Awards

  • 1985 – Multioptical Award, Southern California College of Optometry
  • 1985,1995 – Appreciation Award, National Society to Prevent Blindness
  • 1986 – Sam Walters Low Vision Award, Southern California College of Optometry
  • 1990, 1995 – California Young OD of the Year, CaliforniaOptometric Association
  • 1994-1996 – Who’s Who Among Outstanding Americans, U.S.Registry; Who’s Who in America Publication
  • 1995 – Volunteer of the Year, United Way/Combined Health Agencies, Prevent Blindness Southern California
  • 1995 – Young OD of the Year, American Optometric Association
  • 1996 – Who’s Who In The West, U.S.Registry; Who’s Who in America Publication
  • 1996 – Who’s Who in Medicine & Healthcare Marquis, Who’s Who; A Reed Reference Publishing Company.
  • 1996 – Outstanding Young Men of America, Awards Committee, Outstanding Young Americans.San Diego Padre Baseball Club and United Way of San Diego.
  • 2000 – Who’s Who in the World Marquis, Who’s Who; A Reed Reference Publishing Company.
  • 1997 – 1997 Community Heroes Volunteer Award, Lions Community Service Award Lions International
  • 2002-03 – America’s Top Optometrist, Awards Committee, State License Documentation, 2002-2003 Edition
  • 2002 – Who’s Who of America, Life Member, Kingston’s National Registry of Who’s Who, 2002 Edition
  • 2002 – Melvin Jones Fellow, Lions Club International Foundation
  • 2006-08 – America’s Top Optometrist, Consumer’s Research Council of America, 2006-2008 Edition
  • 2009 – Who’s Who of America, Business and Executives, Stanford’s National Registry of Who’s Who, 2002 Edition
  • 2010 – Man of the Year in Medicine & Healthcare, American Biographic Institute
  • 2011 Transistions Optical Honors, 1 of 3 Finalists for 2011 National EyeCare Practice of the Year
  • 2012 Winner National EyeCare Practice of the Year

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