Lisa E. Herrington,O.D
Lisa E. Herrington, O.D., a Hattiesburg native, joined her father in practice in 1988. She earned a bachelor of science degree in biology from the University of Southern Mississippi and her doctor of optometry degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Optometry.
Dr. Herrington is a former member of the Mississippi Optometric Association, the American Optometric Association, and the Southern Council of Optometrists.
Ann A. Williams, O.D.
Ann A. Williams, O.D., joined Optometric Clinic in 1982. A native of Carthage, Dr. Williams attended Mississippi State University and earned both a bachelor of science degree in physiological optics and a doctor of optometry degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Optometry.
Dr. Williams is a former member and former president of the Mississippi Optometric Association, a former trustee with the Southern Council of Optometrists, and a member of the American Optometric Association.
Dr. James E. Herrington, OD1931 - 1999
James E. Herrington, O.D., died September 20, 1999, following a lengthy illness. During his 37 years of optometric practice, Dr. Herrington served both his patients and his profession as well.
Considered a mentor to many optometrists and young practitioners, Dr. Herrington was fondly known as 'Poppa Jim' by his colleagues. In 1997, the Southern Council of Optometrists named him 'O.D. of the South.' The nomination described his approach to the profession: 'Dr. Herrington is the epitome of a caring, compassionate, ethical and considerate health care professional. He cares for his patients, his community, and optometry and willingly gives of his time to assist where needed. He is well-respected by his peers.'
Dr. Herrington is survived by his daughter, Lisa Herrington, O.D., and son, Michael Herrington, M.D. His wife, Sally, passed away in 2019.