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Meet the Optometrist

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors who make Cordova Vision Center the leading provider of vision care products and services in Cordova.


Dr. Luanne May Cox

Dr. Luanne May Cox was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee.  She attended Messick High School.  Her undergraduate education was completed at The University of Memphis where she earned a B.S. in Biology with a minor in Physics.  Dr. Cox received her Doctorate of Optometry from The Southern College of Optometry.  She was Vice President of the class of 1980.  She earned several student clinical awards.  Dr. Cox practices full time with her sister, Dr. Mary Jane May-Dacus, at Cordova Vision Center.  Dr. Cox is married to George Cox and has two daughters and two grandchildren.


Dr. Mary Jane May-Dacus

Dr. Mary Jane May-Dacus was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee.  She attended Bartlett High School.  Her undergraduate education was completed at The University of Memphis where she earned a B.S. in Biology with a minor in Physics.  Dr. May-Dacus received her Doctorate of Optometry from The Southern College of Optometry.  Dr. May-Dacus practices full time with her sister, Dr. Luanne May Cox, at Cordova Vision Center.  Dr. May-Dacus is married to Ronnie Dacus and has one daughter,  Ashleigh who is a student at Mississippi State University.