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RALEIGH, N.C. — Kerr Drug has promoted Mark Gregory to SVP store operations, effectively immediately, the regional retail pharmacy chain said Monday.
Gregory, who was previously VP pharmacy and government affairs, will report directly to president and CEO Anthony Civello. He also is the company's privacy officer and chairman of its political action committee.
"Mark has extraordinary depth of intellect and experience in every facet of community pharmacy, from educational and legislative issues to operations and administrative policies," Civello said. "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 was a pharmacist for 11 years when he became manager of pharmacy systems and third-party programs at Pittsburgh-based Thrift Drug Co. He also served briefly in pharmacy operations at Eckerd following that company's acquisition of Thrift Drug.
He also has served as president of the North Carolina Association of Pharmacists and as chairman of the National Association of Chain Drug Stores' policy council and is currently chairman of the executive committee of the North Carolina Retail Merchants Association.