Paul France, O.D.
Dr. France is a 1973 graduate of Byron Center High School. He received his Bachelors degree from Hope College in 1977 and graduated from Ferris State College of Optometry in 1982. He has been in practice for 35 years.
Dr. France married his wife Barbara in 1978. They have three children, Jennifer is an elementary education teacher. Kristin works as a counseling therapist in Chicago. Ryan is a graphic designer and is working at the Sears Tower in Chicago.
Dr. France is an avid outdoorsman. He particularly enjoys golfing, hunting and playing basketball. In the spring and fall you can find him in the woods hunting for turkey or deer.
Dr. France is very active in Optometry. He belongs to the A.O.A., M.O.A. and W.M.O.A. He helped found Eyecare of Michigan, serving on the original board for 3 years. He is also active in the Lion’s Club, having served as president four times and is regional group coordinator for Campaign Sightfirst II. He also served as president of Cutlerville Business Association and helped found the Cutlerville Chamber of Commerce. He served on the original board for 3 1/2 years.
Dr. France also takes time to study what’s new in Optometry. He takes at least 20 hours of continuing education per year and regularly meets with a study group of his peers.
Lee Goodfellow, O.D.
Dr. Goodfellow received his Bachelor of Science in Visual Science at Ferris State University and is a 1988 graduate of the Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State University. He has been a partner at Cutlerville Eyecare for all of his 29 years of practice.
Dr. Goodfellow is married and has two sons. Sports are an important part of his life. He also enjoys baseball, golf, hockey, and most other sports. He has had the opportunity to coach hockey and baseball for many seasons.
Dr. Goodfellow has served on the board of the Cutlerville Chamber of Commerce for two different terms. He continues to be involved with this as well as other community organizations.
Dr. Goodfellow is a member of the A.O.A., M.O.A. and the W.M.O.A. He has served on many committees for MOA and served on the WMOA board for four years. He has also been a keyperson for local legislators since graduation. He is a member of the InfantSEE program, providing free eye assessments to children within the first year of life.