Welcome to a Full-Service Optometric Practice
  Serving Chapel Hill for over 40 Years

Our Staff


Marilyn Wycoff

Marilyn Wycoff is our Practice/Office Manager and makes sure everything in the practice runs smoothly. Like all staff members at Adler Eye Associates, Marilyn performs a gamut of office tasks on a daily basis. She can often be found working the front desk answering calls, scheduling appointments and processing payments. She is an expert in optical insurance providers and is responsible for the practice financials and the procurement of office supplies and optical products. Marilyn often attends optometric shows and has a vast knowledge of optometric products and services.


Susan Louris

Bringing years of experience from previous career paths that include fashion sales, secretarial and customer service, Susan concentrates on her caring nature to connect and help others. She was previously employed for 11 years as a personal assistant to an elderly school teacher with macular degeneration. In that position, she became very aware of how limited vision can affect a person's daily life. Independence and the ability to enjoy the beauty around you are valuable assets that enhance every other area of your life. When the opportunity was presented to her from Adler Eye Associates, she was happy to join in the effort to promote vision. As a self taught artist, Susan enjoys painting and discovering beauty in the world around her. She is also a devoted grandmother and enjoys entertaining her two granddaughters.


Mark Louris

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Pucls

Pucls has been by Dr. Adler's side for as long as he can remember. Featured in the book, Cats and Dogs of Chapel Hill by Beverly Dyer, Pucls is an integral part of the office. The name Pucls ia an acronym for Pick Up Contact Lenses. Pucls monitors office activities to ensure all operations are running smoothly. He can often be seen reviewing appointment schedules (as pictured) or lounging on the floor behind the front desk.

But don't let his lackadaisical demeanor fool you as he is a very resourceful and tenacious problem solver. Just the other day, a staff member brought a breakfast biscuit to work and left it in her pocketbook on the floor where he does most of his problem solving. Pucls, realizing that this was a problem since there was not enough for everyone, immediately sprung into action without hesitation and quietly devoured the tempting morsel. One has to marvel at the sheer beauty and elegance of his resolution to this problem. Not only did he diffuse what could have been an awkward situation among the staff members, his actions also resolved the laborious question that we all struggle with each and every morning: What's for Lunch?

Pucls is very well known in Chapel Hill and has many visitors on a daily basis. He is truly a joy to have on our staff and welcomes visitors without an appointment. He is always eager to make new friends, but you may not want to bring any edibles into the office.


Maggie Mae

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