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Doctors & Staff

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Ferman Optometry the leading provider of vision care products and services in Plymouth.


Dr. Andy Ealovega

Dr. Andy Ealovega grew up in the Plymouth-Canton community. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology at Eastern Michigan University and attended Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State University. He resides in Canton with his family where he is active both at school and church.


Dr. Greg Ferman

Dear friends,

After 39 years I have decided to hang up the lab coat and retire from the Optometry practice. My last official day was September 30, 2016. Thank you all so much for your loyal friendship over the years. I will miss your warmth, your laughter, your stories, and your companionship.

My father Bill started his career in the Optometry business in 1950s, my brother Ted began working as an optician’s apprentice in 1969 and I joined them in 1977. Although I am leaving, the Ferman brand lives on. Ted is still with the practice for a few more years, as is Dr. Andrew Ealovega, my partner and friend since 1997. Dr. Andy has taken care of my eyes for 20 years, and will continue the Ferman tradition of friendly, professional service and provide you with the highest quality of eye care.

My wife Christine and I are moving to Branson, MO. The Show Me State has long been a favorite vacation destination of ours, and during a trip last spring, we began looking at houses. Our goal then was just to get an idea of what’s available, but we saw a home that was just perfect, made an offer and… voila! The retirement process began. We have spent the last few weeks pulling up roots in Plymouth making trips to the new house. While it is not easy to leave Michigan, Christine and I are excited about our new life in Missouri. We will miss you all very much.