Kaufmann says good-bye
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To the Editor,

I would like to take this opportunity to inform everyone that after three years of serving as your staff pharmacist at the local Rite Aid in Wilmington, I will be leaving the area later this summer. After much thought I have decided to accept a transfer to another pharmacy in order to pursue new opportunities both personally and professionally. While this was not an easy decision since I have always considered the valley to be home, I think it’s best for me.

I would really like to thank my pharmacy manager at the store, Rick Brueckner, and my technicians Amanda, Patty, Chris, and Debbie, as well as all of the front store staff. I really do not think I could have asked for a better pharmacy to start my professional career with, and it will be difficult to ever find one quite like it. I have no doubt in my mind that they will continue to provide the excellent care and service that you have come to expect from us in the past few years.

I would also like to thank everyone in the valley for allowing me to serve you and assist you with your healthcare needs. I have very much enjoyed the close relationships I have made with many of you, and they are truly the kind of relationships that can only be made in a small community with people who care about one another. It has been an absolute pleasure working with you.

Thomas Kaufmann

PharmD, RPh

Dover
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