Dr. Tyler Barney, O.D.

Dr. Tyler Barney grew up in the small southern Utah town of Hatch, before attending Southern Utah University. He then attended Pacific University College of Optometry where he received a Bachelor of Science in Vision Science, and graduated with honors with a Doctorate of Optometry. He gained advanced training as an intern at the Teplick Laser Surgery Centers in Beaverton, OR; Pediatric Strabismus Referral Center in Portland, OR; Moran Eye Center in SLC, UT; SLC Veterans Hospital; and the Eye Foundation of Utah. During this training he gained experience in primary eye care, diabetic and ocular surgery co-management, and glaucoma treatment. He was awarded a Health Professions Scholarship from the United States Air Force and served as Chief of Optometry Services at a pilot training base in Enid, OK for three years. Dr. Barney and his wife Kristen are the proud parents of 6 children, and currently reside in Eagle Mountain. With his free time Dr. Barney loves being in the outdoors with his family camping, hiking, or fishing.

Dr. Jason Peterson, O.D.

Dr. Jason Peterson was raised in Plain City, Utah where he attended Fremont High School. After receiving his bachelor’s degree with a major in Biology and minor in Spanish from Utah State University, he attended Pacific University College of Optometry in Oregon. There, he graduated with honors to earn his Doctorate of Optometry. Dr. Peterson gained valuable training as an intern at the SLC Veteran’s Hospital in Utah, Pacific University clinics in Oregon, Indian Health Service in Fort Hall Idaho, and the Utah Eye Centers in Ogden and Bountiful. In addition to primary eye care, these experiences have prepared him to manage eye emergencies and ocular disease such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetes, and keratoconus. He has also enjoyed the opportunity to practice his Spanish, and is easily able to communicate with those who speak it. Dr. Peterson loves spending time with his wife Kelli and their two children. They love frequenting local snow cone shacks and movie theaters, and spending time outdoors golfing, skiing, hiking, and barbecuing.

Necia Munro, Office Manager

Necia joined the Eagle Vision team in September 2016. Originally from Utah, she has recently returned after living in Nevada and Illinois. She has had an interest in the medical field since high school, taking many anatomy classes and working in multiple healthcare clinics and doing medical billing. She is married and has 3 kids. Following the birth of her daughter who was born with a rare condition, Necia has become an advocate and established a non-profit organization to help families affected by the same thing. She volunteers with the Genetic Disorders of Mucocilliary Clearance Consortium which is part of the Office of Rare Disease Research at the National Institute of Health. She is passionate about helping those facing serious medical challenges. In her spare time, she loves to read, craft, and introduce her kids to this amazing state we live in.

Julie Stoner

Eagle Vision welcomed Julie to the practice in March 2016. Originally from New Mexico, Julie has lived in Oregon, Tennessee, and now Utah. Her love of music, literature, and art led her to pursue a bachelors degree in Humanities from Brigham Young University. After serving a mission for her church in the Ventura, California area, Julie returned to Utah and met her husband. They have just celebrated 24 years of marriage and continue to raise their four children together. When she’s not serving the patients at Eagle Vision, Julie loves spending time with her family, singing, reading, cooking, and attending every musical and concert that she can.