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Jeff Honea
We were so impressed by the passion for innovation and progress that Jeff Honea II ’19 demonstrated during our 95 for 95 visit to his pharmacy, Chelsea Apothecary. We were reminded that for so many of our alumni, including Jeff, a career in pharmacy is more than a job. It’s a deeper calling to serve your neighbors, your community and the world.
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Becky Arrington
Even though Becky Arrington ’20 is a relatively recent graduate from the McWhorter School of Pharmacy, she is proof that hard work and perseverance pay off. We had the opportunity to visit with Becky at the Walgreens pharmacy she manages in Jacksonville, Alabama (right around the corner from her husband and fellow alum, Brent).
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Brent Arrington
Brent Arrington ’19 welcomed us into his Walgreens store in the Saks Community in Anniston, Alabama, for our 11th 95 for 95 visit. Brent and his wife, Becky, both graduated from the McWhorter School of Pharmacy and brought their pharmacy expertise back to their roots upon graduation.
 
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Yelitza Nieves-Prosper
Our 10th visit on the 95 for 95 Tour was with Yelitza Nieves-Prosper '21 at Christ Health Center in Woodlawn. Yelitza is currently serving as the community pharmacy resident and has cherished this post-graduate experience. As one of McWhorter’s first alumni from Puerto Rico, Yelitza has blazed a path of success that will surely be emulated by many.
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Ryan Taylor
Ryan Taylor '19 recently welcomed us to his fairly new community pharmacy, Helena Drugs, for our ninth 95 for 95 visit. The pharmacy opened during the pandemic and has become an important part of the Helena community quickly.
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Carla Veronese
Carla Veronese ’09 welcomed us to the Birmingham VA for our next 95 for 95 visit. Known for providing outstanding care to more than 71,000 veterans in Alabama and surrounding states, this medical facility has been a part of downtown Birmingham since 1953. Dr. Veronese serves as a clinical pharmacy specialist.
 
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Carrie Kreps
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Carrie Kreps ‘02, consultant pharmacist for Senior Care Pharmacy received accolades for her leadership in the Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care Program, a federal effort providing COVID-19 vaccines to people living and working in long-term care facilities. 
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Teri Anders
Rock Creek Pharmacy in Hueytown, Alabama is owned by Teri Anders ’95, and it has been a hub of activity during the COVID-19 pandemic. With fellow alumna Holly Church ’93 and Jammye Holmes ’04 by her side, along with her other dedicated staff, this team administered thousands of vaccines, test and treatments to their patients.
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Dan Gillis
We had the opportunity to sit down with alumnus Dan Gillis, executive director of the Alabama Society of Health System Pharmacists (ALHSP). We are so grateful to Dan and his thoughtful leadership of ALSHP and his unwavering support of the McWhorter School of Pharmacy.
 
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Lee Harrison
Our next visit on the 95 For 95 tour gave us the chance to reconnect with Lee Harrison ’75 at NaphCare.
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Matt Leach
We were grateful for the opportunity to visit Crestline Pharmacy again for this year's 95 For 95 campaign and chat with the pharmacy’s new owner, Matt Leach ’08.
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April Jones
We were delighted to visit with recent alumna, April Jones ’21, at Children’s of Alabama.
 
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Bruce Harris
Dean Michael Crouch kicked off this year's 95 For 95 campaign by visiting alumnus Bruce Harris ’12 at American Pharmacy Cooperative, Inc. (APCI).