Bartell Drugs chief operating officer Ed Littleton was the recipient of this year’s Harold W. Pratt Award at the National Association of Chain Drug Stores Pharmacy & Technology Conference here.


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Bartellís Littleton wins Pratt Award

September 12th, 2011

BOSTON – Bartell Drugs chief operating officer Ed Littleton was the recipient of this year’s Harold W. Pratt Award at the National Association of Chain Drug Stores Pharmacy & Technology Conference here.

Littleton has spent more than four decades in chain drug retailing, including the last 20 years with Seattle-based ­Bartell. Prior to that, he served 22 years with Pay ’n Save.

“He has always devoted his full energy to the business, to serving our customers and supporting the employees we count on to deliver that service — in our pharmacies and in the rest of the business,” NACDS chairman and H-E-B chief administrative officer Bob Loeffler said during his remarks at the award presentation ceremony late last month. “He has continually tried to learn how to improve the practice of pharmacy and has always been willing to share.”

The Pratt award, which is considered to be community pharmacy’s highest honor, has been given out since 1985. It recognizes individuals whose activities have contributed to the promotion, recognition and improvement of the practice of pharmacy within the chain drug industry.

The award is named after Harold Pratt, a 43-year Walgreen Co. veteran who was the industry’s first director of professional services and served as the chairman of the first NACDS Pharmacy & Technology Conference.

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