Dr. Gary M. Stremcha
Dr. Stremcha graduated with distinction from Pacific University College of Optometry in 1985. While in optometry school he was a member of Beta Sigma Kappa, an optometric honor fraternity. He also received the Barnes Hind Award for outstanding achievement in contact lens studies. Dr. Stremcha returned to Montana after graduation and started practice in Scobey and then Billings. He joined the Havre Optometric Clinic in October of 1993. Dr. Stremcha served as the president of the Montana Optometric Association in 1998-99. He is a member of the Havre Lions Club.
Dr. Larry G. Obie
Dr. Larry Obie is a Montana native and graduated Pacific Univ. College of Optometry in 1977. That year he moved to Havre and in 1978 formed Havre Optometric Clinic with Dr. Safley. He is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Montana Optometric Association. He received the “Young Optometrist of the Year” award in 1981 and is a past president of the MOA,1983-84. He received the “Distinguished Service Award” from the MOA in 2002. Dr. Obie was awarded the 2014 O.D. of the year from the Montana Optometric Association. He is a member and past president of the Havre Kiwanis Club and a member of the Havre Chamber of Commerce. He has a satellite practice in Chinook and is there two days a week. He is a member and past president of the Chinook Chamber of Commerce and the Chinook Lions Club. Dr. Obie was a member and a past president of the Board of Optometry, the regulatory body for the profession. He is married to Loretta and has two children. Dr. Obie enjoys flying, golf, hunting and reading.
Dr. Lindsey Wilson
Dr. Lindsey Wilson is from Sardinia, Ohio; a small farming community in the southern part of the state. She graduated with honors in Health Science from Ohio State University and then completed her Doctor of Optometry degree there in 2016. As an undergrad, she volunteered at an eye hospital in Orissa, India. This hands-on experience had her working in some of the world’s most extreme poverty-stricken conditions. She has performed vision screenings on Special Olympics athletes and provided care for the homeless in Columbus, Ohio.
Dr. Wilson has been practicing for the past several years in the Cincinnati area. She specializes in comprehensive eye care of all ages. She currently holds licenses in Ohio, Kentucky and Montana. She is a member of the American Optometric Association and is involved in their InfantSEE program; in which she provides infants ages 6-12 months with their first eye exam for free.
In her spare time, Dr. Wilson enjoys hiking, skiing, boating and being out in nature. She has always been involved in her church community and serving those in need. She cherishes her time with her husband Chase and their two-year-old son Everett.