William Diles, M.A.
William Diles has been a licensed audiologist and hearing aid dispenser in California since 1981. Bill believes in being independent and knows first hand that providing hearing solutions in a comfortable environment is what people are looking for. Bill has been a featured speaker at regional and national hearing professional meetings as well as at local trainings for physicians.
Daniel Auble, Au.D.
Dr. Dan Auble graduated from San Francisco State in 2001 with a master’s degree in Audiology and earned his Doctorate from Salus University in 2008. His professional experience includes providing services in medical/hospital settings as well as in a variety of private practice offices. Dan’s clinical skills as well as his extensive knowledge of the latest in hearing device technology create a well balanced audiologist who can handle each individual’s needs.
Christine Diles, Au.D.
Dr. Christine Diles has been a clinical audiologist since 1980, working in both private practice and medical settings. She has provided diagnostic evaluations for physicians in their offices as well as in a hospital based clinic affording her the experience of working with a wide variety of patient populations. She has also been involved in rehabilitation, including dispensing hearing aids and patient education. Presently, Dr. Diles is in private practice providing both diagnostic and hearing device services.
Adam Jasa, BC-HIS
Adam Jasa is a licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist. Adam graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in Sociology and became board certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences. He is highly skilled in all aspects of patient care and is passionate about providing better hearing through solutions custom tailored to each individual’s needs. Outside of the office Adam enjoys playing piano and guitar, working on old cars, and spending time with his wife and kids.
Will Diles, HIS
Will Diles is a hearing instrument specialist and is proud to be carrying on his family legacy of providing excellent hearing healthcare. Will graduated from California State University, Chico, in 2007, with a B.A. in Business Administration, and he has been working in the family business since 2010. Will is dedicated to making sure everyone who comes to Kenwood Hearing Center leaves hearing better with the most appropriate solution. Outside of the office, Will enjoys playing tennis and making wood-fired pizzas in his backyard for his family.
Chalon Leonard, HIS
Chalon has worked in the hearing industry for many years and has seen firsthand how hearing loss affects clients and their families. She graduated from Chico State University with a Bachelor of Arts and is a licensed hearing instrument specialist. She finds it professional and personally rewarding when her clients lives are improved through better hearing and communication. When she isn’t in the office she enjoys spending time with her husband, two little girls and large extended family in Sonoma County.
Lee Diles, HIS
Lee Diles is a licensed hearing instrument specialist and has always had an interest in sound and the perception of what we hear. Lee graduated from California State University, Chico, in 2008 with a degree in music and worked in the world of software as part of a team that delivered music to large audiences of listeners. He naturally gravitated to the life work of his family and is thrilled to have joined this noble profession. Lee’s technical skills are put to good use at meeting the needs of each person that comes to Kenwood Hearing Center. Outside of the office, Lee can be found at live music venues and Bay Area sporting events (with hearing protection plugs in his pocket at all times!). email@example.com
Matt Poyser, HIS
Matt works full time in our Fairfield office as a licensed hearing aid dispenser. After serving in the U.S. Army as an Infantryman in the 101st Airborne he was hoping to still serve people as a civilian. He then went on to develop a wealth of talent and related experience in the software industry. Matt has a deep understanding of technology that is valuable in the areas of hearing aid fitting and programming. After 18 years in the technology world, he finally was able to combine his love of people and technology by studying to become a hearing care professional. When he’s not working, Matt enjoys spending time with his wife and teenage children. They love to play together as a family and can often be found playing board games, smoking some delicious meat, or at Disneyland!