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Doctors & Staff

Meet our friendly and knowledgeable doctors and staff who make Deer Park Vision Source the leading provider of vision care in Deer Park.

Michael De Rosier O.D.

Dr. DeRosier is an active member of VOSH. VOSH stands for Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity. This is an international organization that is striving to eliminate avoidable blindness in our world today. VOSH/International signed a declaration with the World Council of Optometry and the World Health Organization in 2001 to achieve this by 2020. Each year, VOSH chapters average between 80 and 90 missions serving in excess of 100,000 people.

Dr. DeRosier began serving with VOSH in 1986. He previously sat on the VOSH NW Board and was president of the chapter. Today he sits on the International Board and chairs the Technology Transfer Program (TTP). TTP accepts optometric equipment donations. They take this equipment, ensure that it works well, refurbish it, and then send it to clinics and schools in developing countries. Their goal is to educate future optometrists in developing countries and to give them the tools necessary to establish a good practice. This program was founded in 2006.

As a member of VOSH, Dr. DeRosier has had the opportunity to travel on several eye missions over the years. He has been to Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala, and Samoa. For each mission, a team of 16-22 people travel to a developing country and do eye exams. If a patient needs glasses, the doctors give them donated glasses that are similar to their prescription. Our practice is always accepting gently used prescription glasses for these missions.

Jeremy Marcuson O.D.

Jeremy is a native of the Spokane area. He attended Washington State University, graduating with a degree in Biochemistry. He earned his Doctorate of Optometry in 2004 at Pacific University College of Optometry. Following graduation, Dr. Marcuson completed a year-long residency program at the Spokane VA Medical Center. He joined Dr. DeRosier in July of 2005

Each year, the Optometric Physicians of Washington selects a Doctor of Optometry of the Year and a Young Doctor of Optometry of the Year.  Dr. Marcuson was awarded the Young Doctor of Optometry of the Year award for the year 2007-2008. He currently serves as the co-chair of the  Optometric Physicians of Washington education committee.  Today, Dr. Marcuson is active and past president of Deer Park Rotary. In his free time, he likes to go fishing in Alaska. He and his family live in the Deer Park area.

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Jeanette Stromme O.D.

Dr. Stromme attended Seattle University, and graduated with a degree in General Science with a Pre-Profession Specialization. She earned her Doctorate of Optometry in 2005 at the Illinois College of Optometry where she made the dean’s list. Dr. Stromme owned and operated a private successful optometry practice in Yakima for the last 14 years, is an Infant See provider and is American Board of Optometry Certified in Retina. Dr. Stromme has been a member of Sunrise Rotary, received a Paul Harris fellow award and has also served as a board member for Comprehensive Mental Health. Dr. Stromme is a past president of the Yakima Society of Optometric Physicians and has served as a trustee for the American Optometric Association.

In her free time, she likes to boat, play with her 150lb Anatolian Shepherd (Zeus), and spend time with her awesome family.

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Shauna was born and raised in the Spokane area. She graduated in 2014 and worked as a homecare aid for a few years where she developed a love for the medical field, in 2018 she started work as a medical receptionist and has stuck with it since. She loves being able to get to know the patients and strives to help in any way she can so patients enjoy their visit from the time they walk in the door to the time they leave.
When she is not working she enjoys getting outdoors to hike with her husband Caleb, serving at her church, reading, traveling, and cuddling with her dog.


Isabella Hansen is a 2020 Mt. Spokane graduate, where she excelled on the MSHS debate team in state and national championships.
She has lived in Deer Park her whole life and enjoys volunteering in her community, especially vacation Bible school in the summer and working with kids.

Some of her favorite things to do are, reading, fishing, camping and attending as many outdoor musical festivals with her family as possible.

Isabella enjoys working in customer service and getting to interact with the people in her community.

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Stacy and her family moved to Deer Park in 2008 and instantly fell in love with our little town. She was a stay-at-home mom for 14 years until all her kids were school aged. She joined our team in 2022 and has loved the opportunity to work outside the home. She enjoys getting to know our patients and learning new things about the eyes.

In her free time, Stacy loves to hike with her family and do woodworking/ home improvement projects.

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Kelly has been in the eyecare industry for well over 20 years doing reception, billing, and accounts receivable. She has lived on the west coast all her life but moved to Deer Park in 2021 to be closer to family.

In her free time, she enjoys road trips, spending time with her family, crafting, and reading.



Malia is a graduate from Deer Park High school. She has been a part of the Deer Park community for most of her life. She is our Head Optician and always eager to expand her knowledge.
In her free time, she likes partaking in overseas mission trips, as well as other activities with her church, and traveling with her husband.


Sam had lived in Deer Park her entire life and loves living and working in the community. She graduated from Deer Park High School in 2004. She has a passion for learning new things and enjoys the teamwork atmosphere Deer Park Vision Source provides.
In her free time, Sam likes to spend her time camping, crafting, taking pictures with one of her many cameras, and being with her family. Anything outdoors! Her family has lived in Deer Park and the surrounding area since 1961.



Ida Trower is a long-time resident of Elk, Washington. She started her career as a Para Educator for the local School District and was there for 17 years before returning to school herself. She joined Deer Park Vision Source a little over a year ago.
Working at Deer Park Vision Source has been an rewarding and fulfilling career change for her. She enjoys the variety of responsibilities, the staff and meeting patients.

When Ida is not working, she enjoys taking cruises to warm destinations, working outside, and spending time with her Kids & Grandkids.


Debbi Davis has lived in the Pacific Northwest her entire life and enjoys the area so much. She has a variety of experience from jobs and volunteer work. She had the opportunity to make a career change and joined Deer Park Vision Source in 2018.

Working at Deer Park Vision Source has been a very fulfilling career change for her. She enjoys the variety of responsibilities, challenges and meeting patients.

When Debbi is not working, she enjoys music/concerts, 4-wheeling, kayaking and relaxing at the lake.



Risa is a long-time resident of Elk, Washington. She began her career in retail management and worked for 18 years in the field of finance. She had the opportunity to make a career change and joined Deer Park Vision Source three and a half years ago. She trained directly under Dr. Marcuson and is now a well- qualified optometric technician. Working at Deer Park Vision Source has been a very rewarding career change for her. She has the opportunity to work with a great group of people and two terrific doctors who really care about their patients and their employees.

When Risa is not working, she’s playing outside! She loves snowmobiling, boating, fishing, and ATVing.