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August 17, 2018

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November 12, 2017
Ever since, we heard about the passing of your loved one, Dr Norman Stringer, our family begin to pray for your family. Our prayers continue to go out for the entire Stringer family may God bless you.
From Ruby Allen & Family
November 6, 2017
Such a dear, sweet man and wonderful family. Our family started seeing him in 1981, and he took care of all of our optical needs. I was his Welcome Wagon lady for years. So sorry to hear of his passing.
November 1, 2017
I'm in my 60's and Dr. Stringer was my optometrist from the time I first needed glasses at the age of nine. His office was located in the Sears Poplar store--my Dad worked for Sears, so that's why I went to Dr. Stringer--lucky for me! He was a kind, caring man and I really missed him when he retired. My condolences to his family on the passing of a dear man.
November 1, 2017
He was my optometrist from the early eighties until he retired and a fellow Hoosier. We spent a bit of time at each appointment talking about our home state. I've missed those conversations.