Meet The Staff

Meet Our Staff

C.P.T. - Office Manager/ Certified Paraoptometric Technician

Barb has been part of our team at Family Vision Center since 1996.  She is a life-long resident of Rochelle and attended Rochelle Township High School and Kishwaukee Community College.  Barb has served as our general office manager since 2003.  She was moved to this position because her attention to detail is impeccable.  Barb obtained her Paraoptometric Certification from the Indiana University School of Optometry in 2000. She is an experienced optician and contact lens instructor.  Barb is responsible for the day-to-day operation and management of our office.  She is also our lab specialist, consistently and accurately making each pair of glasses for our family of patients using our state of the art Santinelli edger.  She orders all our materials and verifies upon delivery that everything meets our specifications.  Barb’s attention to even the smallest of details lets you know that all your optical needs will be met.  For general office questions as well as contact lens and glasses questions, please contact Barb


Accounts Manager, Optician

Anabel joined the staff at Family Vision Center in 2018 and is our Accounts Manager.  She comes to us with 9 years experience in the medical field and is fluent in both English and Spanish. Anabel grew up in Rochelle, and is a graduate of Rochelle Township High School and also attended Kishwaukee College. She is responsible for daily transactions and monthly auditing of all accounts, specializing in accounts receivable and insurance billing.  Friendly, efficient, kind and confident describes Anabel's management style. Anabel also works as an optician, which involves helping patients with frame selection, lens options and measurements. For billing and insurance questions,  please feel free to call the office at 815-562-7077 to speak to Anabel, or you can reach her by email at [email protected]

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