About Lexington Family Eye Care
The Faces Behind Lexington Family
Meet Dr. Christopher Shewan
Dr. Shewan is originally from Niagara Falls, NY. He completed an AAS degree in Ophthalmic Dispensing at Erie Community College in 1988. He then finished his undergraduate work at the State University College at Buffalo before moving to Columbus, Ohio to attend the Ohio State College of Optometry, graduating in 1995.
Dr. Shewan has practiced with Ohio State Optical and Sears Optical before purchasing the practice of Dr. Bruce Bachelder in June of 2018. He is passionate about his work and loves solving problems. Even the most challenging cases are simply a puzzle to find the individualized solution to.
Dr. Shewan and his wife Barb have three children, two of them are adopted. He enjoys spending time with family, fishing, shooting, and working around the house. Dr. Shewan is currently serving on the boards of the Lexington Church of Christ and the Mansfield Christian School.
Pam Kleman is a lifelong resident of Shelby, OH having graduated from Shelby High School and Pioneer Career and Technology Center where she studied Medical/Dental assisting. She has worked for various medical, dental and optical practices including, Dr. Barkett, Dr. Kleshinski, Dr. Winbigler and Dr. Zitko before joining Dr. Bachelder in 2007.
She enjoys spending time with family, especially her grandchildren and working with her high school classmates on various charitable events.
The History of Our Practice
Lexington Family Eye Care was originally founded in 1973 by Dr. Bruce Bachelder. The goal from the start was to provide affordable, accessible, compassionate, and one-on-one eye care services for the residents of Lexington, Ohio and the surrounding areas. Dr. Shewan is proud to carry on this mission himself.
Our building is 120 years old and was converted from a home into a cozy office space. Each visit at Lexington Family Eye Care feels just like home. From our family to yours, we provide comfortable, personalized eye care solutions. We’re willing to try anything to make sure you get the care you need.