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Dr. Steven J. Davis, ODDr Davis

Dr. Davis is a graduate of Pacific University College of Optometry and long-standing optometrist in Walla Walla.

Dr. Davis grew up on the banks of the Snake River in the tiny burg of Adrian, Oregon. As a descendant of Oregon Trail pioneers, a love of hunting and fishing came naturally to him. He also kept busy with farming chores and playing in a variety of sports. After graduating from Adrian High School in 1970, Dr. Davis pursued a bachelor’s degree in zoology at the College of Idaho. While there he met his future wife, Eileen.

Optometry school at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon, followed. Graduation in 1978 led to a hunt for the perfect northwest community in which to settle. Walla Walla, Washington, became the clear winner for its beauty, culture, and agricultural ties. Dr. Davis started an optometric practice in town and for 15 years also cared for patients at the Washington State Penitentiary.

He and Eileen have three grown children and five grandchildren (six in February). His interests include racquetball, golfing, boating, and working on a variety of projects at their home. He serves in his church as a deacon and sings on the worship team most Sundays.

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