Dr. Paquin is originally from Homestead, Florida. I graduated from
Indiana University with a television production degree and a minor
in Biology in 1985. I graduated from the Southern College of Optometry
in Memphis, Tennessee in 1989 with a doctorate in Optometry. I did
one internship at the famous St. Luke's Cataract and Lasik Institute
in Tarpon Springs, Florida and another with one of the leading cataract
surgeons, Dr. David Brown at the Eye Centers of Florida. I have been
in private practice since 1990.
I have been married to Lori for 23 years and have three children:
Allen, Lucas, and Danielle. We enjoy boating and traveling as a family.
We are very involved with sports at the YMCA, AAU and local Pop Warner
and Little Leagues.
I was born in Pennsylvania and moved to Bradenton, FL in 1976. I have
four children and enjoy golf and fishing when not working. I graduated
from Manatee High School in 1977. I then continued my education at
the University of South Florida where I earned a degree in Biology.
I then attended Southern School of Optometry, where I received a doctorate
degree in Optometry. I have been in private practice since 1989.