Optometry Giving Sight Recognizes Top Donors at Vision Source Exchange

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DENVER— Optometry Giving Sight (OGS) recognized its top donors for 2012 at a function sponsored by Hoya at the recent Vision Source Exchange meeting in Las Vegas. The newly formed Chairman’s Circle, which recognizes excellence in personal and practice contributions, inducted its first members.

Chairman’s Circle members included: Dr. Jeffrey Krohn, Fig Garden Optometry, California; Dr. Moes Nasser, Vision Source Family Eye Center, Texas; Drs. Connors, Connors, Jens & Maursetter, Isthmus Eye Care, Wisconsin; Drs. Puckett & Hendrick, Chapel Hills Vision and Monument Vision, Colorado; and Drs. Lupinski & Khoshnevis, Carolina Family Eye Care, North Carolina.

Also recognized were: Philanthropist of the Year—Dr. Dennis Kuwabara, Eye Care Associates of Hawaii; Practice of the Year—Isthmus Eye Care, Wisconsin; and World Sight Day Challenge Outstanding Contribution—Springfield Vision Clinic, Missouri.

“We are delighted to recognize the commitment of these wonderful optometrists and their practices,” said Dr. Mary Anne Murphy. “Their outstanding fundraising efforts are an inspiration for all us and we know that the funds being raised are having a huge impact.”