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Welcome to Texas State Optical of Galveston
Your Optometrist in Galveston, TX

Call us at (409) 763-6300 today.


We help you see the important things in life. Texas State Optical Galveston presents a high tech, professional, eye doctor's clinicpracticing quality health eye care, as well as a unique, high fashion optical experience.

Schedule an appointment with our downtown Galveston optometrist today.

Dr. Chris Brownleee
Galveston Optometrist | Texas State Optical of Galveston | (409) 763-6300
515 22nd St.
Galveston, TX 77550 1922

Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are


    Dr. Chris Brownlee received his Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University in 2005 and his Doctorate of Optometry degree from the University of Houston in 2011 and is a Therapeutic Optometrist and Certified Glaucoma Specialist.

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    Dr. Angela Dantin is a Therapeutic Optometrist and Certified Glaucoma Specialist. She received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Texas A&M University in 2011.

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    Dr. Leah Dantin is a proud Aggie, graduating from Texas A&M University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She then received her Doctor of Optometry degree in 2016 from the University of Houston College of Optometry.

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    Danielle Holub is the primary ophthalmic technician who helps the doctors during the examination.

    She is extremely knowledgable about all kinds of eye disease and is able to gather really good data to help the doctors make the diagnosis. She knows a lot about contact lenses and is involved in the fitting of many cases.

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    Tiffany has been with the office since 1995 and is our Optical Manager. Sheenjoys working as an optician, helping patients select their perfect framesand quality lenses. She also is in charge of selecting the wide range offrames that our office carries. Tiffany has a huge following of loyalcustomers who love her knowledge and great personality. 

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  • Marguerite Fitzpatrick

    Marguerite is a registered health information technician and member of AHIMA. She is a certified coder who received her associates degree in applied science for health information management. She joined the practice  immediately after graduation in 2008 and is responsible for all insurance matters related to the clinic.

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    Veronica recently reloacted from California to Galveston. She has over 10 years of exerience in the medical field. Patients and staff love her friendly personality. She is extremely knowledgable about insurances and authorizations or benefits. We are happy to have her on staff as our office coordinator.

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    David Goldblum worked at TSO in Galveston as a high school student over 20 years ago. He got his real start learning about the industry shortly after that when he worked as an optician for Dr Katz's wife who had an optometry practice in Webster. Since then David has gained a lot of experience in the industry and is very knowledgeable.

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I have been coming here for ever 7 years, wonderful staff and doctors ! Also, one of the most unique eye glasses selection I have ever seen!"
    Yana P.
  • "Always a pleasure to see everyone at TSO Galveston. I always feel like I am going to the neighborhood doctor and not a big chain. Very professional and friendly. Latest in technology. Staff is always willing to go the extra mile for you."
    Melinda T.
  • "Dr. Brownlee and his support staff were very attentive and thorough. I feel that he went above and beyond to help me figure out what was going on with my eyes."
    Tammy B.
  • "Employees are very helpful and friendly. Very knowledgeable about the eyeglasses and helping in selecting pair out. I love my new glasses. Thank you."
    Susan A.
  • "The technology and expertise that the Galveston TSO has is extraordinary and impressive. I am so happy that I chose to go to this TSO and have told someone already that it is the place to go to get your eyes examined and to purchase glasses."
    Marlana C.

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Texas State Optical


9:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


Every 2nd and 4th Saturday from 8am - 2pm