Nash Drugs welcomes new pharmacist, Nancy Hornsby

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The Hillsdale Daily News recently featured an article about Nash Drugs’ new pharmacist, Nancy Hornsby on June 12, 2016. Enjoy this reprint!

 

HILLSDALE – A seasoned pharmacist has joined the Hillsdale and Jonesville Nash Drug locations with a desire to connect with local patients.

Nash Drugs recently welcomed Nancy Hornsby, who serves in the downtown locations, alternating days at the various locals. She is presently part-time, also working in Tecumseh.

“I’ve always been based in Lenawee County, having worked at 14 different pharmacies,” Hornsby said.

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, where she has been for a year, 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’s career started in retail, then switched to hospital work at Herrick and Bixby hospitals. She went back to retail at Pamida and Shopko in Tecumseh and served as manager for 16 years there.

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.


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