Doctors & Staff

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Vision Source Sapulpa the leading provider of vision care products and services in Sapulpa.

Larry W. Higgs

Larry W. Higgs

Dr. Higgs attended the University of Houston in Texas where he obtained his B.S. in 1969 and his O.D. in 1971. Prior to entering his practice Dr. Higgs was in the Army at Ft. Jackson, South Carolina where he practiced optometry.

Since starting his practice in 1973, Dr. Higgs received the Distinguished Service Award of Sapulpa in 1979. A longtime member of both the American Optometric Association and the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians, Dr. Higgs is currently on staff at St. John’s Hospital of Sapulpa. He has also served as past president of the Northeast Oklahoma Optometric Association.

Dr. Higgs is also an active member of the Sapulpa community. He has been a past president of the Kiwanis, SHARE Group Homes, as well as a past Sapupla School Board member and president.

Dennis M Morris

Dennis M Morris

Dr. Morris attended the University of Houston in Texas where he received his B.S. in 1967 and his O.D. in 1971. He then served in the Army at Hunter Army Air Field in Savannah, Georgia.

Starting in 1973 Dr. Morris was an associate with Dr. Jack Kassel in Kansas City, Kansas. In 1975 he joined in partnership with Dr. Larry Higgs in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. Dr. Morris is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians.

Being past president of the Chamber of Commerce,the Sapulpa Rotary Club, and the Sapulpa School Board has kept Dr. Morris active in the local community.

Cheryl – Staff

Cheryl – Staff

I have worked for Drs Higgs and Morris for about 20 years. My duties include Answering the Phone, Filing, Contact Lenses, and Front Desk.

Helen Wakefield – Optician


I have been working at Vision Source Sapulpa–Drs Higgs and Morris since 2005. I have 5 wonderful grandchildren that keep me very busy. I’ve had the opportunity to work with the public for many years. I enjoy my job helping you make decisions on your frame style and needs for the betterment of your vision.

Cathy – Staff

Cathy – Staff

I have worked for the doctors since 1986. I was married to Darrell for 43 years, we lost him to cancer in 2018.  I have a son named Ryan,  a daughter-in-law named Kayla, and my two grandsons Kolton and Roman. I enjoy the personal one on one approach that we give to our patients. I know that it is important for good eye health and vision that we give to our patients. I value the relationship that we have with the community. 

Michael - Staff


With Michael having his B.A. from Texas A&M University along with his ABO certification from the American Board of Opticianry, in addition to being the lead optician with the state of Oklahoma for Vision Associates. He has decades of optical experience that has given him the background as well as the unique set of long-term problem solving skills. In conjunction with the ability to repair, adjust and refinish frames other opticians will not touch. This gives him the opportunity to offer only the best of the best when it comes to eyewear needs.

Lisa - Staff


Lisa is relatively new to the optical field, but enjoys the learning and challenges that go along with being an optician. With a background in hospitality, customer and patient satisfaction are a top priority. She loves interacting with patients whether it be screening, adjustments or helping pick the perfect frames. Working toward an ABO Certification; she is grateful and eager to help with your optical needs. 

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