Donna Nabors, CPOA
As our longest employee, joining the practice in 1989, Donna’s been a dependable, friendly, and easy-going staff member. As a technician, she enjoys the challenge and variety each day brings. She completed Basic Orthoptic & Refractometry training in 2004 and became CPOA certified in 2014. Donna helps organize an annual “Och-Fest Scholarship Fund” golf tournament in honor of her brother, which awarded 13 $500 scholarships this year for Dwight & Pontiac students. Donna is married to Mike and has 3 stepchildren and a Boston terrier. Her hobbies include White Sox baseball, card & board games, biking, traveling, and sports.
Dianne Holub, CPOA
Dianne’s kindness and detail-oriented work ethic make her an excellent technician. She’s been a team member since 2001 and really enjoys interacting with our patients. She originally became CPO certified in 2003 and has furthered her education, attaining CPOA certification in 2014. Dianne is married to Hank and they have 2 grown children and 4 grandchildren. She occupies her free time with reading, watching movies, playing with their adopted dog, and spending time with grandchildren.
Ashley Bahler, CPO
Ashley is a talented technician and offers friendly and personable patient care. She’s been on our staff since 2013 and completed her CPO certification in 2016. Ashley’s favorite part of her job is encountering various patient personalities each day and working alongside a close-knit staff. Ashley’s had the unique experience of traveling to Haiti on a work team several times. In her free time, she loves playing fiddle and mandolin, attending concerts, and shopping.
Jess joined our staff in the Fall of 2016; she has quickly adapted to a new work environment. We love her friendly, outgoing personality. Jess has been familiarizing herself with optometric principles with Vision Source training classes. She enjoys meeting patients and learning new things about eye care. Jess recently moved to Pontiac to be with her boyfriend Josh. Her hobbies and interests are numerous and include baking cakes, sewing, hiking, backpacking, camping, kayaking, and vegetable gardening.