The perfect team — working together to serve you better.


Anne Marie Sinasac-Roy

B.A.(Hons.), M.Cl.Sc., AuD., Doctor of Audiology, Registered CASLPO Audiologist
Anne Marie was raised in a small farming community in Southwestern Ontario and is the youngest in a family with three children. Anne Marie worB.A.(Hons.), M.Cl.Sc., AuD., Doctor of Audiology, Registered CASLPO Audiologistked as a nanny in Switzerland and Germany for 1 year prior to beginning university studies. At the University of Ottawa, she obtained her Honours B.A. in Linguistics while also working on Parliament Hill as a Reporting Secretary. She obtained her Master of Clinical Science in Audiology degree at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario. She earned her Doctor of Audiology degree at A.T. Still University in Mesa, Arizona. She has also furthered her studies at the American Institute of Balance in Florida. In total, she has completed 10 years of university training. Anne Marie is one of approximately 60 Doctors of Audiology from across Canada.


Jim Roy

Hearing Instrument Dispenser 
Jim brings with him a variety of experiences. He is the youngest of 6 children raised in the Bancroft area. While attending high school, Jim worked at a marina and for the Ministry of Natural Resources where he was involved with fish and wildlife management and fighting forest fires. He also worked in the Madawaska Uranium mines. In 1983, he graduated from Canadore College in North Bay as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician. In 1987, he became a Production Supervisor for De Havilland Aircraft Ltd. in Toronto. Then, in 1995 he obtained his Funeral Directors License from Humber College in Toronto, and moved to Lindsay to join the staff of Mackey Funeral Home. In 2000, Jim graduated from George Brown College in Toronto as a Hearing Instrument Dispenser. 
Jim likes to educate his patients and serve their individual needs. Follow-ups and service are important. He often says ‘Please tell me if you have any concerns. I can't help you if you don't tell me.".
Jim enjoys spending time in the outdoors with his family.



Denyse Rowe

B.Sc., M.Cl.Sc., Aud(c), Registered CASLPO Audiologist
Denyse joined the Lindsay Ear Clinic in 2009. She earned her Masters of Clinical Science in Audiology degree from the University of Western Ontario in 2003 and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology/Linguistics from Memorial University of Newfoundland in 2000. Prior to joining the Lindsay Ear Clinic, Denyse practiced in the City of Kawartha Lakes area for 7 years, providing hearing healthcare to both children and adults.
Denyse and her husband have been living in Lindsay for the last 8 years with their two daughters. When she is not at the clinic, Denyse enjoys spending time with her family and attending her girls' various activities.


Murray J. Quibell

Hearing Instrument Specialist
Murray was born and raised in the town of Lindsay. He thoroughly enjoys working in the community he was raised in. Murray is very knowledgeable in the technical area. He keeps current with the latest technologies available. He has completed the Hearing Aid Practitioner Program at Grant McEwan University. He enjoys helping the other staff in any way needed. Murray’s variety of skills rounds out the needs of the clinic. Murray’s compassionate and humorous attitude enhances his ability to provide quality care.
Prior to working at the clinic, Murray worked in the automotive field, drove school bus and volunteered for local community services.
He likes spending his spare time with his wife and two children, going camping and fishing.


Office Manager, Customer Service
Norma joined Lindsay Ear Clinic in 1999 with a background in business. When she is not in the front greeting patients and answering phones or repairing hearing aids, she is working behind the scenes making sure the office is running smoothly. Norma enjoys working with the public. Her experience has allowed her to develop a good relationship with many agencies such as WSIB, ADP, DVA and numerous insurance companies. Norma is also a trained hearing aid technician.
Norma and her husband Bill have been married for 37 years. They enjoy spending time with their 3 children and 5 grandchildren.