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Doctors & Staff

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Torrington Vision Source the leading provider of vision care products and services in Torrington.


Grant W. Jones, OD

Dr. Grant Jones is a Torrington native and received his Bachelor of Science degree in psychology at the University of Wyoming in 1993 and his Doctor of Optometry degree in 1997 from Pacific University College of Optometry. His externship was done with the University of Utah Moran Eye Center and the Salt Lake City Veteran’s Hospital. Specialized training included glaucoma and macular degeneration management, as well as keratoconus and other “hard-to-fit” contact lens patients. The addition of new technology to the practice has enhanced his ability to offer the best in care for many eye problems, especially in the areas of glaucoma and macular degeneration. He is a past president of the Wyoming Optometric Association, and currently serves as co-director of the Northern Rockies Optometric Conference held each July in Jackson, WY. He is also past president of the Torrington Rotary Club. He is married to Dr. Lynda Jones and they have three children, Jackson, Mattilyn and Marcus. He enjoys spending time with his family and coaching his kids in sports. Away from work, his recreational interests include boating, water and snow skiing, golf, and some bird hunting with the family dog, a Brittany/Setter mix named Boomer.


Lynda L. Jones, OD

Dr. Lynda Jones spent her childhood in Vermillion, SD, and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in chemistry at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 1994 and her Doctor of Optometry degree in 1998 from Pacific University College of Optometry. Her externships were done with Omni Eye Services in Chattanooga, Tennessee and the private office of Dr. Dietz-Pillen in Bellevue, NE. Her first rotation was tertiary care eye disease referral, and her second rotation trained her in general family eye care, especially in children’s vision. Making sure children’s eyes are “ready to learn” began being important to her in school and continued into private practice. Her current interests include nutrition and vision, and she is a member of the Ocular Nutrition Society, a group of eye care practitioners aimed at optimal health and disease prevention of the body along with the eyes. Dr. Lynda is a past president of the Wyoming Optometric Association. She is married to Dr. Grant Jones and they have three children, Jackson, Mattilyn and Marcus. She is an accomplished musician, avid reader, enjoys experimenting in the kitchen and would golf more if her schedule allowed. Keeping track of two dogs and the kids in their activities seems to be a full time job to her these days.


Leatha R.

Leatha was born and raised in Goshen County, graduating from Southeast High School. Her background in cosmetology was a perfect foundation for her role as an optician. She is trained in how to best compliment skin tone and face shape in selecting the best eyewear for the patient. Leatha listens closely to people’s needs and is very detail-oriented.She has enjoyed the technical training she has received in adjusting and repairing frames, and has embraced traveling to state meetings to continue learning outside of the work place. She enjoys photography and spending time with her husband and three children. Leatha has been with us since 2008 and is looking forward to continuing to serve our community in the future.


Kristen M.

Kristen was born and raised in the Torrington area, graduating from THS. She says she struggles to find more interesting work than what she does here at Torrington Vision Source. Kristen has been working for us since she was in middle school, though our youngest employee, she can be boasted as our most seasoned! Kristen and her hunky husband, Seth, have a beautiful daughter and son. She likes spending time with her dogs, Kate, Oakley and Smalls, and the other animals on their “funny farm.” She enjoys spending as much time as possible with her two children doing anything and everything they enjoy, including riding horses and playing in the mud with their mud truck. Kristen holds the record by far for having the most eyewear of all staff! You will rarely see her in the same frame on your visits to the clinic. She loves her glasses and wants the same for you. Ask for Kristen and she will be happy to spruce up your eyewear.


Shaylyn G.

Shaylyn was born in Torrington and grew up on a farm 20 miles south of Torrington. She graduated from Southeast High School in 2012 and went on to get her Associate Degree in Communication from Eastern Wyoming College in 2014. Shaylyn married her husband, Tyson, in 2015, and they just welcomed their first child in 2018. When not helping customers with their glasses, Shaylyn enjoys four-wheeling; photography; gardening; looking after her dogs, horses, and chickens; and spending time with friends and family.