Dr. William Church was born and raised in Yakima. He attended the University of Washington (Go Huskies!) for his undergraduate degree and received his O.D. degree from the Pacific University College of Optometry. Following Optometry school, he served with the United States Air Force Biomedical Science Corp.
Dr. Church is a member of the American Optometric Association (AOA), Optometric Physicians of Washington and is a past president of the Snohomish County Optometry Society and Everett Central Lions Clubs.
Dr. Church is fond of the Pacific Northwest and its recreational opportunities. He enjoys the beach, boating, tennis, gardening and spending time with his wife and daughter. He especially enjoys his beloved (award winning) Cavalier "King Charles" Spaniels.
Dr. James Schrader received his Bachelor of Science degree from Washington State University. (Go Cougs!) He received his Doctor of Optometry degree with distinction in 1992 from Pacific University College of Optometry. He completed a Hospital and Geriatric Care Residency at the Portland Veterans Administration Medical Hospital in Portland, Oregon.
He is a member of the American Optometric Association. He has served as a past president of the Snohomish Society of Optometric Physicians, and is currently a member. Dr. Schrader is also a proud member of the Everett Rotary Club.
Dr. Schrader has developed several professional interests including Primary Care Optometry, contact lenses, ocular disease management, laser vision correction and geriatric vision. He personally enjoys water skiing, snow skiing, fishing and spending time with his wife, Sara, and their two sons, Sam and Matt.
Dr. Spillane was born and raised in Arlington, WA. She began working in the eye care field in 2000. She completed residency training in ocular disease and low vision at the American Lake Veterans Hospital in Tacoma, WA. She has since worked in both private practice and hospital based practice and served as the Chief of the eye care department at the Walla Walla Veterans hospital from 2012-2013. She currently works part-time for the Veterans Hospital doing specialty exams for visually impaired and blind patients along with veterans who have experienced traumatic brain injuries affecting their vision. In her free time Dr. Spillane enjoys hiking, bicycling and participating in medical missions in Central America each year.