Dr. Stanley J. Hallock has lived in Florida for nearly 60 years. He received two Baccalaureate Degrees simultaneously from the University of Central Florida in Biology and from Pacific University in Visual Sciences in the 1970s. He graduated with Distinction from Pacific University College of Optometry in 1977. While at Pacific he taught the Ocular Anatomy laboratory, also the Contact Lens laboratory and gained membership in Beta Sigma Kappa Optometric Honors Fraternity. He has maintained a Private Practice as an Optometric Physician in Orlando since late 1977. His areas of interest span Vision and Driving, Ocular Pathology and Disease Treatment and Contact Lens Research. He has been a guest Lecturer at Seminole State College and the University of Central Florida. He has published articles in Professional Journals and conducted FDA Research of Contact Lenses for various Contact Lens Companies. He has been an Expert Legal Witness throughout Florida in matters of Ocular Neurology. He has done field work for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Orange County Sheriff's Department. He has been a Consultant to the Florida Highway Patrol for over 30 years. He is a Sports Car Club of America [SCCA] Consultant in matters of Race Car Driver's eyes and Competition Licensing. He holds an SCCA National Competition Racing License and Sebring Track Records. He has been a Racing Instructor at Sebring and Daytona International race tracks multiple times. Past competition sites: Daytona, Sebring, Homestead, Moroso [Palm Beach], Kershaw, Barber, Roebling Road, MacDill, Disney. Hobbies include: fishing, Tae Kwon Do [black tips] and motorcycles.
Tara has worked as an Optometric Assistant in Florida for several years. She is knowledgeable regarding Insurance matters and also dispenses Contact Lenses and Spectacles.