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1KennedyCraig Kennedy, O.D.

Dr. Craig Kennedy is a 1987 graduate of Wilburton High School in Wilburton, Oklahoma. After graduation he moved to Tahlequah to attend Northeastern State University (NSU). In 1995 he graduated with honors with a Doctoral Degree from the NSU College of Optometry. He completed his internship at NSU and W.W. Hastings Hospital in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

Upon graduation Dr. Kennedy moved to McAlester and joined Warren Clinic where he provided comprehensive eye care for over 17 years. Throughout his career at the Warren Clinic, Dr. Kennedy built lasting relationships with his patients by providing quality eye care and understanding his patients vision needs.

In 2012, Dr, Kennedy decided it was time to open his own practice and in November of 2012 he opened "KENNEDY EYECARE". This move has allowed us to expand our business, provide a more comprehensive, pleasurable experience for patients obtaining quality, thorough, complete vision care. Dr. Kennedy continues to provide this quality eye health and vision care for his patients with all the latest technologically advanced equipment available.

Dr. Kennedy is an active member in several professional organizations including the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians, and the American Optometric Association.  Dr. Kennedy has also served in many community organizations such as the McAlester Rotary Club and McAlester Lions Club. 

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STIEBKevin Stieb, O.D.

Dr. Kevin Stieb and his wife Ashley recently moved to the McAlester area and joined the Kennedy Eyecare team. Dr. Stieb is a native of Southwest Oklahoma. He attended Elgin High School where he was actively involved in Marching Band, Academic Team, and Student Council. Dr. Stieb attended Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma where he received his degree in Biological Sciences and was Student Body President. He was involved in Oklahoma Intercollegiate Legislature and received honors for Best Freshman in the Senate as well as Best Legislation. He was also involved in many university committees during his time at Cameron. During the summers, Dr. Stieb participated in research to find potential treatments for macular degeneration and retinoblastoma (a cancer that can occur in the eye). Dr. Stieb also served as Greek Council President at Cameron University through his membership in Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity. He graduated from Cameron University with the distinction of Magna Cum Laude in 2014.

After completing his Biology Degree, Dr. Stieb became a Special Education Science Teacher at Lawton High School where he was given the opportunity to assist in the education of students with mild learning disabilities.
Dr. Stieb then attended Northeastern State University for his Doctorate in Optometry. Because of his dedication to helping others and being involved in various volunteer roles and student activities, Dr. Stieb received special recognition during his doctoral education. These special recognitions include “The Leadership Award” and “Outstanding Fourth Year Student.” Throughout optometry school Dr. Stieb was involved in various leadership roles including holding the positions of Practice Management Club President, American Optometric Association Student Delegate, American Academy of Optometry Liaison, Association of Schools and Colleges in Optometry Liaison, and was an active member of the Lions Club of Tahlequah. During Optometry school, Dr. Stieb volunteered for the Special Olympics Opening Eyes Program and considers assisting those with special needs to be a passion of his. Dr. Stieb graduated from Northeastern University Oklahoma College of Optometry in 2019 with the distinction of Summa Cum Laude.

Outside of Optometry, Dr. Stieb’s interests include football, technology, movies, reading, video games, and being involved in the community. Dr. Stieb is dedicated to volunteering and becoming part of the community. He hopes to be as involved in McAlester as his previous homes. Mrs. Stieb is finishing her degree in Business at Northeastern State University. Her hobbies include photography, cooking, reading, and helping plan events.

Dr. Kennedy and his team at Kennedy Eyecare are so excited about the addition of Dr. Stieb and his wife to the office and to our community. “Dr. Stieb is going to do great things here” -Dr. Kennedy.


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