Our Pharmacists

Nash Drugs’ 30 dedicated employees have been taking care of the residents in Hillsdale County for 40 years and counting. Without their years of dedication to serving our customers, the Nash Drugs stores would not be able to offer all of the free services we are able to share with our communities. Our employees are family, not only to Nash Drugs, but more importantly to our customers, and we consider our customers a part of our families too. Nash’s employees truly care about customers and take great pride in providing personalized services to them.

By providing the personalized customer services we take pride in, Nash Drugs, Inc. will live on as one of the few independently owned pharmacies of today; for tomorrow’s customers.

Thank you employees for being the reason customers want to keep coming back!

Chief Operating Officer

In February of 1983, Annette graduated from Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, with a Bachelor’s degree in pharmacy.  She began working for Nash Drugs right away and a year later, bought Litchfield Drugs from Bill Nash. A few years later she purchased Hopps Colonial Pharmacy, in Homer, Michigan. In 1998 she sold her pharmacies to come back to Hillsdale to manage Nash Drugs’ three retail locations. In 2006, she opened another Nash location called Long Term Care – Nash Drugs, to help fill a need with specialized drug packaging for long term care residential facilities.

Although Annette is a licensed pharmacist, her job currently involves management activities, including payroll, human resources, legislation and accounts payables.  She recently completed the American Pharmacists Association’s Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery training program and the Community Pharmacy-Based Point-of-Care Testing Certificate Course. She is a member of American Pharmacists AssociationNational Community Pharmacists AssociationMichigan Pharmacists Association (MPA) and it’s PAC Century Club, Michigan Chamber of Commerce, Michigan Retailers Association, Hillsdale Chamber of Commerce,  Hillsdale Downtown Business Association and was recently appointed to the Pharmacy Advocacy Response Team in the MPA.

She recently was instrumental in the initiative of helping to get Senate Bill 656 introduced by Senator Bruce Caswell (R-Hillsdale) and was invited, along with previous Nash employee Casey Sullivan, CPhT, to witness the signing of the bill into law by Governor Rick Synder at the State Capitol.


Rick Searfoss, RPh  Rick graduated from The University of Michigan in 1980 and has worked at Nash Drugs 27 of the 34 years he has been a licensed pharmacist. He is not only involved in filling prescriptions, but also takes great pride in the Medicare Part D consultations he provides, his monthly talk show on WCSR and being the moderator for the monthly Healthy Heart Program. Rick is also involved in other exciting programs being offered at Nash Drugs such as specialty prescription compounding for customers and their pets, giving immunizations, rapid diagnostic testing and medication therapy management.

Rick and his family enjoy spending time together at their vacation/retirement home near Lake Michigan. His other interests include attending Wrestle Mania all over the country with his 15 year old son. Over the past four years, they have met many interesting wrestlers.

Matt Tredway, RPh    Matt graduated from the University of Toledo with a B.A. in Biology and a B.S. in Pharmacy and has been in pharmacy practice for over 30 years. Matt has spent a decade in each of the 3 major facets of pharmacy. He has been the Director of Pharmacy Operations at an institutional pharmacy that serviced over 120 nursing homes in the tri-state area, Interim Director of Pharmacy at Herrick Memorial Hospital in Tecumseh, and Assistant Manager of a retail chain pharmacy.

Matt is currently sharing his experience, and providing additional coverage at several independent pharmacies, including Nash Drugs in Hillsdale, Hillsdale Market Pharmacy and Long Term Care – Nash Drugs.

Matt lives on a small farm outside of Adrian with his wife Evelyn. They have five children and six grandchildren that they love to spend time with.

“My family has always been very important to me, and now I am blessed to have more time to spend with them. I also have the ability, honor and privilege of being able to help my friends and colleagues to take some time off to spend with their families.”


Nash Jonesville

Paul Landini, RPhPaul Landini, Rph Paul was raised in Dearborn, Michigan and graduated from Wayne State University in Detroit with a degree in pharmacy in 1990. He has spent the last 25 years working for various chain pharmacies. Paul has experience in almost every aspect of retail pharmacy and is certified to give immunizations and vaccines. He started with Nash Drugs at the Jonesville location in September of 2015, and looks forward to enjoying the interactions with the patients from the area.

On a personal note, Paul met his wife at a pharmacy conference in Chicago in 1993. They dated long distance and married after she graduated from pharmacy school. They have 2 boys, 10 and 14. He enjoys coaching them in hockey and being a scout leader for their boy scout troop.


Nancy Hornsby, RPh Nash Drugs welcomed Nancy Hornsby, a seasoned pharmacist, who serves in the Hillsdale and Jonesville Nash Drug locations, in June 2016.

Originally from New Berlin, Wisconsin, Hornsby, 65, attended the University of Wisconsin and graduated from the University of Michigan with a bachelor of science in pharmacy (RPh).

She lives on Lake LeAnn in Jerome, and said she loves it there. A breast cancer survivor, Hornsby said it was the cancer that pushed her to the lake community and after getting back on her feet, she has enjoyed boating and other activities.

She and her husband, Steve, have three daughters, Maureen, Angela and Stephanie. Though all three attended college, Hornsby said Angela has a local tie since she graduated from Hillsdale College in 2004, with a bachelor of science in biology.

Hornsby is past president of The Lenawee-Hillsdale Pharmacists Association, a past delegate to the Michigan Pharmacists Association and spent nine years on the Tecumseh Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. She also worked as a volunteer with the Lenawee Red Cross Chapter and as a blood donor, obtained a five-gallon pin.

Hobbies include travel, fishing, kayaking and reading and spending time with her cat, Ozzy.

Market Pharmacy

Terri Hague, RPh  Terri Hague was born and raised in Grover Hill, OH, where she graduated from Grover Hill School in 1968. She went on to graduate from Purdue University in 1973 with BS in Pharmacy and took her first job as a pharmacist in Ann Arbor, MI. She then became affiliated with Fischer Pharmacies in Noble County, Indiana and worked there for over 24 years. This company is similar to Nash Drugs, with 3 retail and 1 long term care pharmacy.

She is certified as a Consultant Pharmacist and can give immunizations, has been a member of the Auburn Business and Professional Women’s Club since 1978 and has been a previous member of Indiana Pharmacist Association, American Pharmacist Association and American Society of Consultant Pharmacists throughout her career in pharmacy. She also just finishing up a 2 year term as Financial Secretary of Clear Lake Lutheran Church.

Terri lived in Auburn, IN for 25 years in a Sears kit home, built in 1912 or 1914, prior to donating most of the land to create a nature preserve on the banks of Cedar Creek inside the Auburn city limits. She also ‘owned’ a pauper’s grave which she sold to the cemetery prior to moving, as they buried a guy on her property by accident! She now lives in NE Indiana, where she built her home on a lake back in 1999. She has a daughter who is an accountant and a son who is also a pharmacist and Terri enjoys reading, traveling, cooking, and doing crafty projects like sewing and crocheting. Although she hates nasty winters, she loves looking out her window watching activities on the frozen lake outside and the winter birds feeding on her bird feeder.


Christopher Musgrove, PharmD Chris is a graduate of Ferris State University, class of 2007, and initially completed his pre-pharmacy courses at Jackson Community College.

Chris began his career contracting with CVS for 1 year, before leaving to go work for Family Fare Pharmacy, in Albion, MI, He worked at Family Fare Pharmacy as a managing pharmacist for 8 years, prior to coming to work for Nash Drugs at the Hillsdale Market Pharmacy location.

Chris really enjoys working in the retail setting more and more every year. He feels being at the same location on a consistent basis, allows him to become better acquainted with his patients and he is able to build relationships with them, along with his co-workers.

Chris and his wife met each other in Coldwater, MI and they now live in Jackson, MI with their beautiful daughters, Alisha (15) and Caitlin (11). He enjoys spending time with his family and also loves to fish, when he gets the chance.


Long Term Care – Nash Drugs

Dr. Craig Lee, PharmD Nash DrugsDr. Craig Lee, PharmD Craig attended the University of Toledo and graduated with a B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences degree in 2003 and continued on to receive his Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2005. Originally starting out as an intern in an independent pharmacy, Craig went on to work in retail pharmacy for 10 years, primarily in Coldwater and Jonesville, MI. Craig specialized in compounding as an intern and is also certified to provide immunizations.

Seeing how vital computers are to pharmacy when in school, Craig learned how to build his own personal computers. “I find the planning and building of something that is completely my idea to be very relaxing and satisfying.”

Craig and his wife Ericka reside in Coldwater, MI.

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