Meet the Optometrist

Dr Chris Walls was born and raised in Batesville, MS and was the Valedictorian of the South Panola Class of 1990. His dream of being an optometrist was realized when he was accepted to the Southern College of Optometry. Dr Walls and his wife Christina have two sons who are both avid baseball players. When not coaching Little League Baseball, Dr Walls can be found on his farm with Missouri Fox Trotters and American Quarter horses.

  • 1997 Graduate of Southern College of Optometry - Memphis
  • Certified to prescribe therapeutic pharmaceuticals
  • Professional and Civic Memberships:
  • American Optometric Association (AOA)
  • Mississippi Optometric Association (MOA)

Areas of Expertise:

  • Hard to fit contact lenses
  • Medical eyecare

Dr. Pegg grew up in Grenada, graduating from Kirk Academy in 2008. He obtained a degree in Microbiology from Mississippi State University in 2012 before pursuing a Doctor of Optometry degree in Memphis, Tennessee, where he recently graduated in May of 2016.
While attending Southern College of Optometry, he served as President of the Mississippi Optometric Student Association for the state of Mississippi. After being away for eight years, Dr. Pegg is excited to have the opportunity to practice optometry in a community that means so much to him and his family. He and his wife, Amanda, recently moved back to Grenada upon the completion of his degree from the Southern College of Optometry. Dr. Pegg is looking forward to the opportunity to help make a difference in the lives of others through practicing optometry. There is no better place than his hometown of Grenada.
He will be joining Chris Walls, O.D. at 20/20 Eye Care where they are dedicated to providing high-quality optometry services in a comfortable environment.

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  • "20/20 is the best place to work and get your eyes taken care of because, we have Chris Walls. The best of the best as far as I'm concerned. Everyone come to see us."
    Gail Weeks
  • "Awesome staff and very professional people Dr. Walls is the best hands down!!"
    Kevin Jennings
  • "I came 20 mins early and had to wait. Im just an impatient person so I thought waiting 30 extra mins to see the doctor was just horrible, but Dr. Walls was awesome! The actual visit was short and sweet. My eyes are horrible and he didn't make me feel embarrassed about it. Dr. Walls was excellent well worth the wait."
    Gabrielle Amos

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