Dr. Theodore Cummings started this practice in 1952. Dr. Willard Hamilton joined Dr. Cummings in 1972, a partnership that continued until Dr. Cummings’ death in 1981. The business moved to its current location in 1984 in the former Hotel Caribou, now known as One Vaughn Place.
Over the years, the business has continued to grow, proudly serving people from all over Aroostook County. Dr. Hamilton is now semi retired and has only been seeing patients a couple days a week during the summer months. When he turned the practice over to Drs. Savage and Jandreau in 2010, our name changed to Caribou Eyecare. Dr. Hamilton and his wife Chris now spend most of the year as residents of Florida.
Dr. James Savage is a lifelong resident of Caribou. He attended college at the University of Maine at Orono, and continued on to optometry school at the New England College of Optometry in Boston. Graduating in 1984, he returned to Caribou to join the well established practice of Dr. Willard D. Hamilton. He has raised his three children here with his wife Fran.
Dr. Daniel Jandreau went to the University of Maine at Farmington after graduating from Washburn High School, and also attended the New England College of Optometry, graduating in 1995. Dr. Jandreau joined our practice in 2000 after he spent a couple of years practicing in upstate New York. He has 3 daughters with his wife Stacy.
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