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Doctors & Staff

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Town Vision Associates LLC the leading provider of vision care products and services in Williamstown.


Lic # 27OA005738/OM000597

Dawn L. Nocella O.D.

Dr. Dawn Nocella was born and raised in the Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia area. She graduated from Nazareth Academy High School in Philadelphia. Dr. Nocella then earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. Her optometric studies were completed at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry where she received a Doctor of Optometry Degree in 2001. She trained at the Eye Institute in Philadelphia, PA and at the Lebanon, PA Veteran’s Medical Center. Dr. Nocella is a Primary Care Optometrist who provides comprehensive eye examinations to patients of all ages. As an Optometric Physician, she is trained to diagnose, manage, and treat various refractive and medical conditions of the eye. Dr.Nocella is also an active member of the American Optometric Association and the New Jersey Society of Optometric Physicians.

Dr. Nocella currently resides in Washington Township with her family. When not at the office, she loves spending time with her husband and two beautiful children. Dr. Nocella also enjoys traveling, walking her dog, Duke and watching all Philadelphia sports especially the Phillies and Eagles.

Paula DiAngelo

Paula is a valued member of our staff and has over 40 years of experience in the optical industry. Prior to joining our practice, she worked for a private optometry office in Sicklerville, NJ. Paula’s background, personality, and ability to assist patients in in the selection of new eyewear is a welcome addition to our practice.

Joanne Gardner – Office Manager

Joanne is the newest member of our staff but she is not new to optometry. She brings over 20 years of experience in every aspect of practice management. From refractive surgery options to insurance billing to contact lenses, if you have a question she probably has an answer!