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History of the Pharmacy

History of the Pelot Family

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Robert Pelot is 55 years old, and has owned the pharmacy for 31 years. He graduated from the University of Florida in 1970 with his degree in pharmaceuticals. His wife is Donna, and they have 5 children: Amy, Sara, Jessica, Erin and Robby.

Robert hard at work!

Amy Tindell is 32 years old. She is Robert's oldest daughter and has been working in the pharmacy for 10 years as a pharmacy technician. She is married to Travis and they have two children: Rachael and Rebecca.

Sara Pelot is 24 years old. She is the second oldest of Robert's children. She graduated from the University of Florida in December of 2001 with a degree in Health Science Education and is now applying for her Doctorate in Pharmacy. She has been working in the pharmacy for 1 year as a pharmacy tech.

Erin Pelot is 22 years old. She is the youngest girl with a twin sister. She has been attending Manatee Community College and has been working in the pharmacy for 2 years as a pharmacy technician.

Sandy Waldron has been working on and off in the pharmacy for a total of 14 years. She can sometimes be known as the "office clown," because she is always joking the customers and the other staff and making everyone laugh. She has one son, Chad, who is 30 years old and one grandson, Connor, who is 5 years old. She also had two sister Robin and Ann, who have both worked in the pharmacy at one time or another.

Sandy and Debbie at the front counter

Debbie Curtis has been working in the pharmacy for 11 years. She is married to Rick and has a 5 year old daughter. Debbie moved to Manatee County when she was 3 years old and graduated from Southeast High School in 1982. She said that she has spent the best years of her life working at the store.

Betty Briscoe has been working at the pharmacy for almost 7 years. She is married to T.J. and has one son. Along with delivering the prescriptions, Betty also takes care of John Crews Pelot and his sister Mary Pelot, in their home in River Isles on the weekends. She plans to retire in January of 2004.