Kerr Drug vice president of pharmacy and government affairs Mark Gregory has been promoted to senior vice president of store operations.


Kerr Drug, Mark Gregory, senior vice president of store operations, Tony Civello, retail pharmacy, North Carolina drug chain
































































































































































































































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Kerr names Gregory senior VP of operations

August 13th, 2012

RALEIGH, N.C. – Kerr Drug vice president of pharmacy and government affairs Mark Gregory has been promoted to senior vice president of store operations.

In his new position Gregory and will oversee the company’s district operational teams.

“Mark has extraordinary depth of intellect and experience in every facet of community pharmacy, from educational and legislative issues to operations and administrative policies,” president and chief executive officer Tony Civello says.

“He has been a primary voice in the retail pharmacy landscape for decades, and has made significant impact at the national level on a multitude of issues.”

Gregory, who spent 11 years as a pharmacist after graduating from Ohio Northern University in 1982, has been with Kerr since its inception.

Earlier in his career he held a variety of positions with Thrift Drug Co. in Pittsburgh, including manager of pharmacy systems and third-party programs.

Besides heading Kerr’s operations staff, Gregory serves as the North Carolina drug chain’s privacy officer and is chairman of its political action committee.

During his career he has been active in a wide variety of professional and civic groups.
He is a past president of the North Carolina Association of Pharmacists, and he is the current chairman of the executive committee of the North Carolina Retail Merchants Association.

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