The James City County Rotary Club was treated to a presentation by WT Taylor, the owner and druggist at Williamsburg Pharmacy, newly renamed Professional Compounding. Ostensibly there to discuss opiates and other narcotics, he, in the process of answering questions, revealed a world of experiences on which he could have built a great career in any one of them.
Try these on for size:
o 30 years of experience in pharmacy.
o Has owned several businesses, including pharmacies and home health care equipment companies.
o His American Homecare Equipment business was the first homecare company accredited by the Joint Commission in the State of Virginia.
o He owned and operated a NASCAR Race Team.
o TW drove his first Winston Cup race at Talladega in 1992
o He set track records at Charlotte Motor Speedway and New Hampshire International.
o TW was appointed by two governors to the Board of Visitors at Virginia State University, and served as Vice Rector and Chair of Finance and Audit.
o He has volunteered as pharmacist on a number of hospice teams.
o He is a spokesman representing The Children's Miracle Network.
o He is qualified to fly single engine, multi-engine and multi-instrument planes.
o And he is a proud veteran of the United States Air Force.
His knowledge extends to metallurgy as well as his other fields.
So, when you step up to the drug counter, remember who you may be talking to!
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