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Our Staff

Our exceptional, friendly staff is our greatest asset. They are excited about what they do, and they care personally about getting the best results for our patients.
Our receptionists will try to accommodate your busy schedule by finding appointments that suit your needs. We will help you understand your insurance coverage and if financial arrangements are necessary, we will be glad to help you develop a plan to make your vision care treatment possible.



Penny, Dr. Kelly’s wife, is our office manager. She is in charge of the day-to-day operations of the office, processing insurance claims, employee relations, long-range planning and problem solving. Penny loves seeing and interacting with our patients and helping them to have a great experience at our office. She also realizes her job is made easier because of our great team members and appreciates what each member’s personality and gifts contribute to the practice. When she is not in the office, Penny enjoys spending time with her family and friends, attending Bible studies, quilting, playing games, and laughing.

Lisa Renee

Lisa has been with Oxford Family Eyecare since 2007. Her enthusiasm about the visual system along with her love for people and a gentle, caring manner, make her a natural fit with our staff and patients. Lisa’s responsibilities include patient care, pre and post testing, and along with the entire staff, making our patients feel welcomed and cared for. Outside of work, Lisa and her husband are active members of Wesley Church. She enjoys spending time with their grown daughters and grandchildren, extended family, and their well-loved dogs.



Lisa has been with Oxford Family Eyecare since 2005. She is our billing and insurance team member and receptionist. She spends her days sorting through the maze of insurance plans and keeping up on the ever-changing world of insurances. The entire staff is grateful for her knowledge in this area! The thing Lisa enjoys most about working for Oxford Family Eyecare is when a patient leaves happy with their experience and their new glasses or sunglasses. Lisa and her husband Chuck are the parents of two daughters. Their family volunteers and fosters for the It Takes a Village Animal Rescue.



Ann has been in the Oxford area for more than 45 years, but you’d never guess it from her English accent! Ann had been with Oxford Family Eyecare since 2012 and wears a lot of hats within our practice. She works with insurances, helps with IT, works at the front desk, and works with Dr. Kelly for doctor to doctor correspondence. When not busy working, Ann enjoys traveling, gardening, reading, working with clay, and spending time with her husband, Jim, and family- especially their grandchildren.



Thania, our Board Certified Optician, has been with Oxford Family Eyecare since 2014. She is one of our licensed optical technicians who helps in frame selections, while also running eye testing and contact lens training. Thania loves to help our patients and the fact that she is bilingual is such a benefit to our patients! She loves to do activities with her family, going to the beach in the evenings, and says it is always a good time for coffee and music! In her time not working, Thania is a Young Mom’s Club graduate and now volunteers with the organization.



Lisa has been with Oxford Family Eyecare since January 2018. She is a board-certified optician and has 30+ years of experience in the optical industry. She enjoys our practice for the old-fashioned standard of care and the personal service that we provide, unlike most optical box stores. She likes working for a Christian family with shared values. Lisa Is the mother of 1 son who is the apple of her eye! When she is not working, she is active in church activities including women’s Bible studies, kid’s ministry, and prayer groups. She is passionate about animal advocacy and enjoys nature and all of God’s creatures. Lisa without a doubt says her happy place is the beach!

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