Dr. Brian Linde
Dr. Brian Linde is a graduate of Billings Senior High School and Montana State University in Bozeman. Dr. Linde received his doctorate from Southern California College of Optometry in 1987. While in Optometry school, Dr. Linde was recognized for clinical excellence, receiving several awards.
After two years in Denver, Colorado, he opened Heights Eyecare in 1989. Dr. Linde is a past president of the Heights Kiwanis and the Montana Optometric Association. Dr. Linde served on the TLC Billings advisory board and was one of the first optometrists in Montana to be certified to provide pre and post-op laser care. He was voted “Young Optometrist of the Year” and received the President’s Award in recognition of his leadership. He is currently serving on advisory boards for Vistakon, a division of Johnson & Johnson, as well as Heights 1st Interstate Bank. He has been a member of the American Optometric Association for over 20 years. He has lectured regionally for contact lenses and practice management. Dr. Linde is married with two children, enjoys golfing and fly-fishing, and is active in his church.
Dr. Brad Kimball
Dr. Brad Kimball is originally from Chester, Montana. He graduated from Montana State University in Bozeman, where he played football for the Bobcats. Dr. Kimball graduated in 1998 from Southern California College of Optometry.
He was recognized by the American Optometric Association for Outstanding leadership in 1998. In 2002 Dr. Kimball was recognized by the Billings Gazette and Western Business News as one of the “40 under 40” business people in the community. He currently is active with the Billings Mustang Boosters and serves on the Breakfast Exchange Club’s board of directors. Dr. Kimball is in his third term as a board member of the Montana Optometric Association and has been a member of the American Optometric Association for over 10 years. Dr. Kimball also enjoys giving lectures to groups about eye health issues and sports related eye care.
Dr. Jennifer Dull
Dr. Jennifer Dull is originally from Lewistown, MT. She attended Carroll College where her majors included Biology with an emphasis in Chemistry. She received an early acceptance to Pacific University and earned her degree in Visual Science.
In 1999, she received her Doctor of Optometry from Pacific University. After graduating, Dr. Dull joined a group private practice in Madison, WI for 4 years. In 2003, she returned to her home state, settling in Billings with her family. She has been a member of American Optometric Association for 13 years. She enjoys a full scope optometry practice including patients of all ages. She volunteers at her children’s school and also serves as the committee chairperson for the Yellowstone Medical Alliance granting scholarships to seniors pursuing an education in the medical field. She has three children with her husband, Scott, and they enjoy cycling, camping and cooking.
Dr. Amanda Haber
Dr. Amanda Haber is originally from Wolf Point, MT. After majoring in biology at Montana State University, Dr. Haber was granted early acceptance to Pacific University College of Optometry. In 2005 she received, with honors, her Doctor of Optometry degree.
After graduation, Dr. Haber moved back to Montana and worked for Indian Health Service, where she provided full scope optometric care with an emphasis in ocular disease. While there, Dr. Haber served as Chief of Optometry for 2 years. She then served as Clinical Director for TLC Laser Eye Center in Billings, Montana, in addition to completing TLC Advance Clinical Training in St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Haber is a member of the American Optometric Association, as well as the Montana Optometric Association. In her free time, Dr. Haber enjoys spending time with her husband, Josh, and their three children. She enjoys golfing, time at the lake, and all types of sports.
Dr. Kelci Rolfstad
Dr. Rolfstad is originally from Williston, ND. She attended Minnesota State University Moorhead where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in Biology, and played middle-blocker for the Dragon volleyball team. She received the NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship in recognition of her outstanding achievements as a scholar and athlete.
She graduated with honors from Pacific University College of Optometry, where she was awarded the Deans Merit Scholarship, and the VSP Primary Eye Care Scholarship in recognition of demonstrated academic and clinical excellence in primary eyecare services. She is a member of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, the American Optometric Association, and the Montana Optometric Association. Enthusiastic, friendly and thoughtful, Dr. Rolfstad is inspired by the way vision therapy and vision care can enhance lives. She enjoys working with children as well as adults, and strives to help her patients achieve their potential. She has experience working with a wide variety of patients, including those with special needs and brain injury. With a passion for volunteer work, she has been to Ixca’n Guatemala to provide eye care and glasses to those in need. Dr. Rolfstad is married, and enjoys outdoor activities, sports, and photography.