About Us

Affordable Family Eyewear began serving Eastern Oregon and Southeastern Washington in 2007 owned and operated by Marcia & Allen Lambert. Over the years, Affordable Family Eyewear has built a reputation for offering eyewear at affordable prices, outstanding customer service, and high-quality eyewear to over 13,000 patients. In 2021, Marcia and Allen wanted to transition into retirement, so Nicholas Page a long-term friend and fellow optician decided to purchase the business. As the transaction was formalized, Nick decided in order to enhance the patient experience he would create a partnership with his wife Barbara, and his friend Steve Cox. The focus has been and will continue to offer the region and patients an outstanding eyewear experience, affordable prices, high-quality eyewear, and in the shortest possible timeframe utilizing our on-site optical lab, therefore offering our patients a one-stop shop meeting their individual optical needs.


Nicholas Page, LDO

Nick is a Washington State Licensed Dispensing Optician, passing the licensing exam in 1996. Also, graduated from Oregon State University in 1989.

He is certified with the American Board of Opticianry and certified with National Contact Lens Examiners (ABO-NCLE).

Prior to purchasing Affordable Family Eyewear in 2021, he trained and mentored opticians, and opened/managed optical practices in Spokane.

Nick is the CEO and is responsible for daily business operations and overall patient experience.


D. Steve Cox, (SMSgt USAF/WANG, Retired)

Steve is a Senior IT Professional, holding many certifications throughout the years, and has worked in heavy aluminum manufacturing for the last 25 years, in engineering automation solutions to meet business requirements. Also, holds an AAS in Electronic System Technology.

Prior to becoming a co-owner, Steve retired as SMSgt from the Washington Air National Guard (141ARW / 242CBCS) in 2016 after 22 years. His last assignment was supporting the J6 Staff at HQ Camp Murray as the C4 Planning Superintendant during the 2016 Cascadia Rising Exercise. In 2020, he also retired from Kaiser Aluminum after 25 years, as the Manager of IT Technology and Architecture supporting facilities throughout North America. He also has founded/started/operated several small businesses and non-profits successfully.

Steve is the VP of Business Operations, supporting several areas, including CFO, HR, AP, Procurement, Engineering, and Marketing.