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Ames: Giving back after given great opportunity

Optometrist expands business, helps Rotary enter digital age

8:00 PM, Mar. 9, 2013
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Ryan Ames said he walked into "a good job, a good practice and a good living" when he returned home in 2007.

Ames had just graduated from optometry school in Illinois. He returned to the sights and sounds of his hometown, familiar people and a job he had wanted since he was in first grade. He started seeing patients at his father's practice, Northshore Eye Care, three days after he graduated.

"I knew I wanted to be in health care, so I explored other jobs," Ames said. "But no one liked their job as much as optometrists. I walked into a good job, a good practice and a good living." ...

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