Due to COVID-19, we ask that only necessary visitors accompany our patients during this time.

If you have a mask to cover your mouth and nose, we ask that you wear it at all times during your visit.

If you have any signs of fever, cough, respiratory illness, or GI issues, we will only see you if your symptoms meet our emergency criteria.

Thank you for understanding our efforts to continue caring for you while keeping us all healthy.

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Doctors & Staff

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Kimberly Eye Clinic the leading provider of vision care products and services in Kimberly.


Joseph W. Stradel, O.D.

Photo of Dr. Joseph W. StradelDr. Stradel grew up in the small town of Wayside, WI. He attended eight years of Christian day school at Zion Lutheran School in Wayside. Later, after graduating from Reedsville High School, he attended the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay where he majored in Human Biology. After completing his undergraduate coursework there, he attended the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago, IL where he received his Doctor of Optometry degree in 1997. He joined Dr. Adrian Ebben in practice in 1997 and they formed Kimberly Eye Clinic in 1999. Since becoming an optometrist, Dr. Stradel continues his education by attending educational seminars regularly.

Dr. Stradel is a member of the American Optometric Association, the Wisconsin Optometric Association, the Fox Cities Optometric Society.

At Kimberly Eye Clinic, he is a member of Vision Source, North America’s premier network of private practice optometrists. Vision Source members are dedicated to preserving the elite business of independent eye care and providing highly personalized services delivered through a unique heritage of shared expertise. Every day, Vision Source member doctors provide disease detection and management of chronic conditions such as glaucoma, diabetes, hypertension, and macular degeneration. Together with healthcare partners, he delivers positive outcomes and the gold standard in patient care.

Outside of the practice, Dr. Stradel enjoys spending time with his wife, Mandy, and their three daughters. In his remaining free time he loves to spend time outdoors and at his hunting cabin near Three Lakes, WI.


Mary K. Schroeder, O.D.

Dr. Schroeder earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from Indiana University School of Optometry. Prior to her studies there, she attended the University of Wisconsin at Madison, earning a degree in Kinesiology – Exercise and Movement Science.

Dr. Schroeder resides in Neenah with her husband, Justin, and their adorable pets, two black labs and a cat. When she is not treating patients, you will likely see her cheering for the Badgers and Packers, boating, golfing, and traveling whenever possible. Dr. Schroeder is an avid weightlifter with a passion for CrossFit. She also stays active by playing soccer, biking, and doing yoga.

Dr. Schroeder loves good food, good company, and a wide variety of music.

Dr. Schroeder is a member of the Wisconsin Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. She passionately provides full-scope optometric care to patients of all ages.