Dr. Jeremy is the owner of our practice group and has been practicing optometry since 2009. He is able to help patients with everything from a routine eye exam to managing complicated medical cases. Dr. Jeremy and his wife, Kati, have three young children (including twins) and two energetic dogs. He enjoys spending time with them by playing outside, biking, and hiking.
Dr. Kathryn Parsons joined our group in 2019, and is excited to be back in her home state of Wisconsin. She trained at the Southern College of Optometry and received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, where she majored in biology and Spanish.
Dr. Germain earned her OD from the Illinois College of Optometry and has been practicing optometry in the Madison area since 2007. She enjoys meeting new patients and helping each patient understand and manage their eye health.
Dr. Kathi Leach attended UW-Madison and then graduated with honors from Illinois College of Optometry. Dr Leach is married to Dr. Michael Downs, an Optometrist, who practices in Wisconsin Rapids. They have two dogs, Amalfi and Bacio. Dr. Leach has been active in the Wisconsin Optometric Association and served on the Wisconsin Optometry Examining Board for eight years.
Dr. Chelci Schade earned her Bachelor of Science from UW-Madison and her Doctor of Optometry from Southern College of Optometry. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with Beta Sigma Kappa Honors. Her goal is to provide exceptional eye and health care to patients of all ages. She is passionate about playing a role in the prevention, diagnosis, and management of each patient's individual eye conditions.
Dr. Chris Smith moved to De Pere, WI after completing his degree in optometry at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, MI and has been practicing optometry for 20 years in Green Bay and Appleton, WI. Dr. Smith enjoys spending time with his wife and children and exploring the outdoors in the Green Bay area.
We accept most major vision and medical insurance options as well as out-of-network benefits from many leading insurance companies.
We currently accept: EyeMed, Vision Service Plan (VSP), Davis Vision, Aetna, Humana, United Health, Optum Health-Spectra, Vision Insurance Plan of America (VIPA), Superior Vision, and many more.
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Pearle Vision has again been ranked the nation’s top Eye Care franchise on Entrepreneur magazine’s prestigious Franchise 500® list. The magazine’s annual rankings are based on outstanding performance in areas such as unit growth, financial strength and stability, and brand power.
A local optometry practice is under new ownership and is getting a new name. Dr. Richard Kjome retired in September and sold Antigo Vision Clinic to Midline Vision, owned by Dr. Jeremy Goetsch. The practice is open for business and will soon change its name to Pearle Vision.
Calling all Central Wisconsin rock hunters! Find one of our prize rocks and bring it to Pearle Vision - Mosinee to redeem it for a $5 Briq's gift card.
Click the button below to read a summary of our business changes due to COVID-19 in our community.
(Mosinee, Wisc.) – Pearle Vision in Mosinee is open for business and serving the community during this extension of the Safer-at-Home order. Part of their service to the community is in the form of raising money for the Community Center of Hope, Inc.
According to a recent article from Luxottica, “Pearle Vision was ranked No.1 in the prestigious Franchise 500® 2020 list by Entrepreneur magazine for the new Eye Care category and rises through the overall ranks from No.75 (2019) to No.58 (2020).”
(Mosinee, Wisc.) – A local optometry practice is under new ownership and is getting a new name. Midline Vision, owned by Dr. Jeremy Goetsch, acquired Dr. Kathi Leach’s optometry practice in August 2019. He and his team have been working toward this transition to a Pearle Vision since then, and the practice will officially change names in just a few weeks.