In 2000 Doyle High and other Texas pharmacy owners heard the news of the successes of the “Heckman groups.” But the Texans were skeptics—“this deal is too good to be true.” It took the next three years for the Texas nucleus of interested pharmacists to begin to believe in the compliant pharmacy business model and that it would pay them dividends. They scheduled a meeting on Super Bowl Sunday 2003 with Heckman and 25 Texas pharmacy owners. By the spring of 2003 Lone Star Rx was born, becoming the fourth clone to band together. Over the years Lone Star Rx attracted pharmacies in Oklahoma, New Mexico, Kansas and Nebraska.
Bentley Hawley, President
Evans Pharmacy, Odessa, TX
Bruce McAnally, Vice President
Allen Family Drug, McKinney, TX
Kelly Selby, Secretary/Treasurer
Community Pharmacy, Denton, TX
Gilbert Tovar, Director
Lindberg Pharmacy, McAllen, TX
James Martin, Director
Lamar Plaza Pharmacy, Dripping Spings, TX
Wayne West, Director
Best Value Pharmacies, Burleson, TX
Contact Doyle High at Lone Star Rx Cooperative for membership information.