About The Team
Care for Your Eyes
Our clinic is at the forefront of ocular health care with a commitment to using cutting-edge technology and techniques so that our patients can always receive exceptional eye care. We are proud to have provided quality service for generations past and present! From your exam with the eye doctor to selecting frames and ordering contact lenses with our staff, you are well cared for by the entire Maple Valley Vision Team!
Come take advantage of our wide range of services and products today!
Maple Valley Vision Clinic is more than just an optometry practice – it’s a place where vision and care come together.
Our knowledgeable staff will help you find the best eye healthcare solution to fit your needs, whether that be eyeglasses, specialty lenses, frames, or contact lenses. Meet the team that makes it happen!
Dr. Scott Bennion
Dr. Scott Bennion has been practicing optometry and living in Maple Valley since 1976. He and his wife Debra have a blended family of seven children and 17 grandchildren. They have all been in Tahoma schools and all live close to the area. Dr. Bennion is active in the community and his church (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints).
He participates in many outdoor sports, including golf, tennis, handball, hiking, camping, biking, fishing, and many others. He loves helping people improve their quality of life through improved vision and vision skills.
Dr. Ryan Bennion
Following that mission, Ryan finished his undergraduate work at the University of Washington with a BA in Psychology and completed his Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern California College of Optometry in May of 2006.
Dr. Bennion and his wife Jessica have four children; Paige, Brynn, Cody, and Chase, who are the loves of his life. When he is not spending time with his family, Ryan enjoys all types of athletics and outdoor activities, specifically golf, fishing, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Billing Specialist, Optical Assistant
Janell is our billing guru. She has been in the medical billing industry for the last 17 years and will handle all your billing questions. She has lived in Maple Valley with her husband and two children for the last 18 years. She enjoys working out regularly and spending time with her family doing outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, and camping.
Wendy is a native of Maple Valley. She graduated from Tahoma in 1992. After attending the University of Washington, she worked at Boeing, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and most recently at Franciscan Health System, training clinical staff on electronic medical record systems. She is married with two children. Wendy’s favorite things are volunteering at her children’s school, spending time with her family, playing volleyball, and being outdoors
Michelle grew up in a small farming town in Idaho. After graduating from high school, she attended Ricks’s College and The University of Utah. She moved to Maple Valley, in 1996, after getting married and starting a family. She has six children aged 11to 21, five girls and one boy. Her life revolves around them. She loves supporting their activities which include soccer, volleyball, basketball, football, wrestling, singing, and dance. She also likes to volunteer at her children’s schools, spend time with her family, watch football, and go snowmobiling.
I was born and raised in Maple Valley, and am a graduate of Tahoma Sr. High School in 2006. I come from a long family line of Maple Valley/Black Diamond/Hobart natives. My grandparents were in the first graduating class of Tahoma High School and my other grandparents developed the Wilderness Village shopping center back in 1954. My hobbies are playing golf, fishing, bike rides, and loving my 13 year old Maltipoo, Faith. I have moved away multiple times, but always find my way back and am proud to call Maple Valley my hometown.
By investing in contact lenses or eyeglasses from our optical dispensary here at Maple Valley, you’ll be helping to bring the gift of sight to children worldwide. With your contribution, Optometry Giving Sight will provide eye exams and glasses essential for unlocking a child’s potential – 20,000 lives could benefit! We hope to make this dream possible with other local practices and industry partners.
Optometry Giving Sight is the only global initiative fighting to prevent blindness and impaired vision worldwide. A staggering 600 million people lack access to regular eye exams and glasses, so donations help fund training for local professionals and build sustainable vision centers that provide care with affordable eyewear. Join Optometry Giving Sight in their mission – learn more by visiting them online or following along on social media!
Maple Valley Vision Clinic
23714 222nd Pl SE B
Maple Valley, WA 98038
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
8:00 am - 5:30 pm
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
8:00 am - 5:00 pm