Maurice Zack 1937 – 2024

Maurice Zack when he was made a Freeman of the City of London through being presented by the Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers

Maurice Zack 1937 – 2024

With great sadness, we must announce that Maurice Zack the founder of our practice passed away peacefully on 19th March 2024 aged 86.

Deeply mourned by his wife of 57 years Coral, children, and grandchildren. The kindest man, loved by all he will be remembered and missed by friends, colleagues and patients.

Maurice Zack graduated in 1959 with diplomas from the British Optical Association and the Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers, now the College of Optometry. He went on to specialise in contact lens practice at City University and the London Refraction Hospital gaining the advanced diploma of the British Optical Association (DCLP) in 1966. He started his own practice in 1968 and settled in Warren Street, where the practice remains today.

Widely respected as a contact lens specialist, committed to research and development, Maurice performed numerous clinical trials, published several clinical papers, and lectured at both UK and international meetings. He remained an active member of the International Society of Contact Lens Specialists and the British Contact Lens Association until his retirement at the end of 2013.

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