Dr. Richard Pascucci
Dr. Pascucci attended undergraduate and graduate school at St. Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri, and earned his doctorate of Optometry at Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago, Illinois in May of 1997. He began practicing as an optometrist in the Central New York area that summer and has been living and working here ever since. In addition to providing comprehensive eye care for patients of any age, Dr. Pascucci is also a Certified Low Vision Specialist and can provide low vision services in either the Utica or Little Falls office and at various locations throughout Central New York through the Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired. He lives in Clinton with his wife and four children.
Truly a family business, Dr. Pascucci is supported behind the scenes by his wife, Carla, who has put her background as an accountant to good use managing the practice. Even the kids provide clerical support, assist with social media and help maintain the offices.
Maria Comeskey has been working in our Utica office for over 27 years, first for Dr. Thomas Webb and now with Dr. Pascucci. A dedicated professional, Maria offers personal, conscientious care to our patients, whom she treats like family. Maria has a knack for guiding a patient to that perfect eyeglass frame that only comes from years of experience.
Bonnie Snyder Krom, BA, COMT
Bonnie has been an ophthalmic technologist in the Mohawk Valley area for more than 24 years. In addition to her warm and welcoming manner, Bonnie brings with her expertise in the fitting and care of specialty contact lens patients, including those wearing toric, multifocal, gas permeable and keratoconus lenses. She lives in the Clinton area with her husband and children.
Lynne joined the Towpath Vision Care family in July of 2018 with Dr. Joseph Conigliaro after nearly a decade caring for patients in his Mohawk practice. Lynne’s warm and compassionate care has been a comfort to patients navigating a new office and now a new doctor since Dr. Conigliaro’s retirement in the spring of 2019.
Kathy puts her years of medical billing expertise to good use making sure our patients receive the insurance benefits they are entitled to. It is a complicated job but Kathy's conscientious efforts insure that even after our patients have left the office, we continue to look out for their well being.