Cindy, Optical Manager

Cindy, Optical Manager

Cindy is originally from Parker, Arizona, and moved to Tucson in 2001. She has been married to her husband, Steve, for ten years and has a 4-year-old son named Alex who plays little league soccer. She loves exploring Tucson’s incredible cuisine, travel, and playing Fantasy Football while watching the Kansas City Chiefs. She started in the optical business in 2004 as a tech, and is a Certified Paraoptometric Assistant (CPOA) and Certified Paraoptometric (CPO).

Patty, Front Desk at APEC

Patty, Front Desk

Patty is an Arizona native from the city of Wellton and has been living in the Tucson area for the past 7 years.  She has been married to her husband Scott for 8 years and has been blessed with 3 daughters; Karla, Karina, and Izabel.  Patty is an active member in her church where she serves faithfully.  She enjoys taking care of others and being with her family.  She brings with her over 20 years of Customer Service experience.

Tammy, Front Desk

Tammy, Optician

Tammy has lived in Tucson for 6 years.  When not working as an optician, she enjoys RVing, off-roading, reading and spending time with her family and friends.

Alvina, CPO

Alvina, Technician

Alvina is a Tucson native. She has been married to her high school sweetheart, James, for over 20 years. She has 2 children: Caitlyn, who is 17 yrs old; and James Jr, who is 14 years old. She enjoys camping, sewing, and jewelry-making. Alvina is an AOA (American Optometric Association) Certified Paraoptometric (CPO), and deals with tech, billing, and contact lenses at our office, and brings 3 years’ experience to Arizona Primary Eye Care.

Dr. Finley Specs, mascot

Dr. Specs, Broadway location mascot

Dr. Finley Specs graduated from the International Waters school of optics in 2013, and has an interest in shiny baubles, exotic waterborne foods, and fencing. Patients have come to appreciate Dr. Specs’s friendly attitude, work ethic (you’ll always see the doctor at the office), and shiny scales.

Dr. Specs’s latest projects are not only in the field of optics, but also in the translation of intergalactic languages.