Our Professional Staff
Jerrid Bruyer is the owner of Stanford Hearing Aids. He is originally from Vermillion, SD, where he graduated from the University of South Dakota. Upon graduating he took a position with Amplifon USA, where he worked in the Elite Hearing Network division. He consulted with hundreds of independent hearing clinics on business excellence, marketing, operations, and patient experience. Throughout his tenure, he built a passion for small businesses and the hearing healthcare industry. He also has a passion for his community as well, so owning Stanford Hearing Aids provided both. Jerrid is married to his wife Shelby Bruyer, a Sioux Falls native. Their family has a baby girl, Everly, and a golden retriever, Lucky. He enjoys spending time with his family, attending church, running, and most things that have some "adventure" to it.
Dr. Stephanie Wubben Au.D., CCC-A, F-AAA
I am dedicated to improving the quality of your life through better hearing. I received my Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders and my Doctorate in Audiology from the University of South Dakota. I am South Dakota licensed and board certified through the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. I enjoy participating in activities and groups with my church and take pleasure in giving time to various philanthropic events.
National Board Certified-HIS
Though born and raised in Southwestern Minnesota, I have lived in South Dakota for over 30 years. I worked with Roland Hearing Aid and Optical for several years prior to joining Stanford Hearing in 1983. I became licensed for hearing aid dispensing in 1983 and earned National Board Certification in Hearing Instrument Sciences in 1994. I am committed to helping people experience better hearing. In my free time, I enjoy living and spending time with family (husband Ron, son, daughter and son-in-law), reading, listening to music and volunteering
I was born and raised in Mitchell, SD. After high school, I attended the University of South Dakota where I majored in business. In 2002, I began working as an apprentice for a Doctor of Audiology for a year. This gave me the knowledge and experience I needed to pass the State exam and practicum and was licensed as a Hearing Instrument Specialist. Since becoming licensed, I have worked closely with patients and their hearing instrument needs. I worked in the Mitchell clinic and outreach facilities for 7 years before moving to Sioux Falls in 2009 and joining Stanford Hearing Aids.