Dr. William L. Jones
Dr. Jones and his wife came to Franklin, Tennessee in 1984 to establish his practice in optometry. Dr. Jones received his doctorate degree in optometry at Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee.
Dr. Jones is very active in the community. As a member of Rotary International, he is a past President of the Franklin Noon Club and past District Governor for Tennessee. He has served on the board of directors of Pull-Tight Players Theatre. He is also one of the musical directors as well as the bass guitar player for the youth choir at St. Philip Church and is a 4th Degree member of the Knights of Columbus. Dr. Jones has participated with Williamson Medical Center’s wellness events by doing vision and glaucoma screenings.
Dr. Jones is a past president of the Middle Tennessee Optometric Society and has served on the Advisory Board of Eye Health Partners. He is a member of the Tennessee Academy of Optometry. He has lectured for the Tennessee Dispensing Opticians Association and has participated in numerous roundtable discussions for national contact lens manufacturers.
Dr. Jones has numerous special interests including golf, biking, guitar, and tap dancing. He is also a big fan of the Tennessee Titans. Above all, Dr. Jones values his family and finds the practice of optometry to be a very rewarding profession. He regularly attends symposiums and lectures to stay abreast of the dramatically changing field of optometry.