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Greg Mitchell

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Greg Mitchell
Greg Mitchell is the CEO and President of United Drug Superstore in Hatch, New Mexico. A second generation pharmacy owner and Arete Pharmacy Network member, he currently serves as Chairman of the Board for AAP and has been a member of the United Drugs (now Arete Pharmacy Network) Board of Directors since 1991.

Greg earned a bachelor of arts in management from New Mexico State University and is also a certified pharmacy technician. Additionally, he has served on the Hatch Valley Public Schools Board of Education since 2008.

Joe Meyer

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Joe Meyer
Joe Meyer owns and operates Hospital Pharmacy and Hospital Pharmacy West, two independent pharmacies, in Sheridan, Wyoming. Joe is a licensed pharmacist in South Dakota and Wyoming. A 1977 South Dakota State University graduate, he and his wife purchased Hospital Pharmacy in 1978 and opened West in 2009. Joe was the Bowl of Hygeia recipient in 2002. Sons Chris Meyer and Matt Meyer joined the family business after completing pharmacy school in 2005 and 2007 respectively.

A board member of United Drugs since 1993 and AAP since 2009, Joe joined the Arete Pharmacy Network board in 2016. He has also been a board member of the Wyoming Pharmacist Association and active in the Sheridan community, serving on the City Planning Commission, Volunteers of America and First Interstate Bank Board of Directors. He was the weight coach for the Sheridan High School track team for 24 years.

Jon Copeland

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Jon Copeland
Jon D. Copeland, R.Ph., is the CEO/President of American Associated Pharmacies (AAP), a member- owned cooperative representing more than 2,000 independent pharmacies in 49 states.

A licensed pharmacist with a long-time reputation for process improvement, inventory control and accounting integrity, Copeland held leadership positions with Scottsboro, Ala.,-based Associated Pharmacies, Inc. (API) from 1996-2009.

With an eye on scalability, Copeland was among the chief drivers behind the strategic merger of API and Phoenix, Ariz.-based United Drugs. The 2009 merger led to the formation of AAP, which today is the largest independent pharmacy co-operative that directly contracts on both the purchase and sell sides of the independent pharmacy sector.

Copeland previously served as vice president of the Federation of Pharmacy Networks (FPN) board. He supports numerous pharmacy-focused organizations, including Florida Pharmacy Association, California Pharmacy Association, National Community Pharmacists Association, National Association of Specialty Pharmacy, and the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy.

He attended the University of Southern Mississippi and graduated with honors from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy.

Jeff Harrell

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Jeff Harrell

Laura Wagner

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Laura Wagner

David Dingman

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David Dingman




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