• Doug Wohl Background

    Born in Philadelphia and living most of his life right here in Bucks County, Doug Wohl (pronounced "Wall") graduated William Tennent High School in 1980 and then joined the U.S. Navy. The majority of his military career was spent on Nuclear Fast Attack Submarines. Doug was a plank owner and stationed on the (SSN 705) USS City of Corpus Christi in Groton CT.  Doug has been an Optician and business entrepreneur since 1985. 

  • Doug Wohl Optician

    In 1999, Doug opened his own optical store and lens cutting laboratory - Wohl Optics at 550 Street Rd., Warminster, PA.  Always a person who gives back to others, Doug has been instrumental in setting up, establishing and running a non-profit music program for children in the Bucks County, PA area.

    Doug uses his vision experience to help patients and their families find distinctive eyewear that not only looks great and reflects their personal style, but also fits well and most importantly, WORKS well to meet individual needs. Wohl Optics takes the time to get to know you and your individual needs to find the best optical solutions for you.  You and your eyes are unique and your eyewear should reflect that. From our frames, to our lenses, to on-site lens lab, Wohl has chosen to work with only the brands that provide the best combination of quality and cost.

    Making each individual pair of glasses requires a number of work steps that are done by hand to ensure the highest quality. Wohl personally grinds your lenses in its lens lab. All eyeglass repairs and lens cutting/edging are done in-house. In this way, you are guaranteed long-lasting satisfaction and the best prices with your finished eyewear and lenses.

  • Doug Wohl Musician

    Doug Wohl started playing saxophone in 5th grade and then played in various groups during high school.  After graduating from William Tennent High School, he was accepted to study music at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA.  However, young Doug decided to join the U.S. Navy. 

  • Doug Wohl put the sax down for twenty-five years to earn a living and raise his son. One day, his brother asked Doug to teach his nephew to play the saxophone. He picked up the horn with a vengeance and now plays Baritone and Alto Saxophone in various groups.  

    In addition to playing with the Delaware Valley Symphony Quartet, Doug plays with the Doylestown Heat Big Band, Standard Time Jazz Ensemble, Delaware Valley University Symphonic and Jazz Bands and various other charity and nonprofit groups.  Based in Bucks County, the Delaware Valley Saxophone Quartet has performed for more than seven years in locations ranging from the Constitution Center in Philadelphia to summer concerts on Nantucket.

  • Doug Wohl Navy Veteran

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