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husband Gino, KF4DCK and I met as pharmacists when we were in the
hospital pharmacy internship program in St. Louis,Missouri. He
had graduated from the U. of Tennessee, and I from the U. of
Wisconsin pharmacy school. I subsequently went on to medical
school and practiced medicine until I sold the practice in l999.
We had a pharmacy in my office during that time we
both worked in as well. We sold the practice and the pharmacy and
decided to take more leisure time for ourselves. We now
travel a lot in our RV here in the USA, and have had a few trips
abroad. I guess we will put international travel off for
another year or two depending on conditions with air travel, etc
Now I still do some relief work as a physician, but I am also
getting back to my pharmacy roots as we are setting up a new
pharmacy in the clinic I work for part time in Pawley's Island SC.
This is a clinic for indigent patients with no insurance or
funds to pay for medical care, and now with a small grant we will
obtain free medicines for them also. All the physicians donate
their time, but we have a small paid office staff. The clinic
can only afford to employ a pharmacist part-time, so I will also be
the pharmacist during my duty hours. It has been enjoyable to
set up the new pharmacy from the beginning, and although Gino thinks
he is "totally" retired, we will give him some work also.
1407 southwood Dr., Surfside Beach, SC, 29575 U.S.A.
September 18th, 2002