Ewing Optical has been serving clients from its Okeechobee Boulevard optical shop for 25 years. With three state licensed opticians on staff, all clients are assured of getting knowledgeable customized service and an independent evaluation of the changes to their eyewear prescriptions.
Bobby Ewing is a second-generation optician, who grew up learning the trade in his father’s West Palm Beach optical shop and then worked for an optometric practice. He’s been a licensed optician since 1983. Ewing opened his own optical shop in 1986.
Bobby lives in the Western Communities with his wife, Billie Jean, and 3 children. He actively volunteers with many committees and is on the Board of Trustees of Palms West Hospital.
“Being an Optician is not only my profession, but also my passion.”
Angie Garcia started working for Ewing Optical in 1992 and became a Licensed Optician in 1997. She is privileged to speak Spanish and help our Spanish speaking customers with questions regarding eyes and eyewear.
Angie was raised in Belle Glade and graduated from Glades Central High School. She has lived in Wellington for the past 25 years. She enjoys reading, sewing, knitting, crocheting, taking long walks and spending quality time with family and my animals.
“In past 22 years, I have had the pleasure of meeting such wonderful customers that have become close friends of mine.”
Denise Waller became licensed in the state of Florida in 1992. She have been employed by Ewing Optical since March of 1998 where she enjoys the working atmosphere.
Denise lives in Wellington on a five acre horse farm with her husband Butch and their menagerie of animals. Her interests include cooking, painting, riding horses and singing in my church choir. We enjoy riding horses, four wheelers and motorcycles. She also enjoy camping and fishing and spend most of her time working on the farm, enjoying her animals.
“We provide superior customer service at a different level than you will ever find at any large corporate optical. We work as a team and we feel like family. “