Your Bremo Pharmacies are owned and operated by Richmond Apothecaries Inc., whose leaders make up our board of Directors
We take our responsibility of providing leadership and direction to the Bremo Pharmacy team very seriously. With each business decision, we strive to live up to the goals and standards that our founder, Dan Herbert, set back in 1976. Namely, our focus is on you: our friends and neighbors.
You can feel at home in any of our locations, knowing our team of pharmacists have your best interests in mind.
“I love being a part of the Bremo team, because every day I see them finding new ways to be friendly and caring.”
Hello, I’m Catherine Cary. I’m a second generation pharmacist at Bremo Pharmacy. I grew up a part of Bremo Pharmacy, where I have worked in most every position from delivery driver, to pharmacist, to CEO. I graduated from VCU School of Pharmacy with my Bachelors of Pharmacy in 1989, and my Doctorate of Pharmacy in 1994. In my spare time I enjoy running, cycling, and volunteering at Catholic Church of the Redeemer.
“I love working for Bremo because it truly feels like a family. It is so rewarding to work for a company that values its patients, is always striving to be innovative, and cares about the surrounding community.”
My name is Regina Richardson, and I am the pharmacy manager at the Bremo retail location. I am originally from Ohio and graduated from Ohio Northern University in 2011. In my spare time, I enjoy camping, hiking, traveling, and spending time with my family and friends at one of Richmond's amazing breweries or restaurants.
“I love working at Bremo because of our commitment to providing quality patient care to every patient, every caregiver, and the surrounding community.”
My name is Ashley Davis and I am the pharmacy manager of Bremo LTC Pharmacy. I grew up in a small town in the Shenandoah Valley where my first job was at a family owned pharmacy. I graduated from VCU with my Doctorate in Pharmacy in 2014. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my husband, reading, traveling and crafting.
“My career brought me to Bremo Pharmacy, where I can still enjoy this same family feel while continuing my focus on taking care of patients and serving the community.”
Hello, I'm Tana Kaefer. I grew up in a small, family owned pharmacy in Elkton,VA and learned very early the importance of being involved in the community and taking care of patients. I have been with Bremo Pharmacy since 2005, and currently serve as the Clinical Coordinator for Bremo Long Term Care Pharmacy. I graduated from VCU in 2004 with my Doctorate of Pharmacy. After graduation, I completed a Community Pharmacy Residency through VCU, with my primary practice site at Bremo Pharmacy. In addition to being very active within the pharmacy profession on a local and state level, I enjoy staying physically active and have special interests in both fitness and nutrition.
“I have enjoyed being a part of the Bremo family where I have spent most of my career. Because we are small, we can make a real difference for the people of central Virginia especially seniors and patients with special needs.”
My name is Keith Kittinger. I am now semi-retired but served as Vice President and Pharmacist in our Long Term Care Pharmacy for 35 years. As a 3rd generation pharmacist, I have been around pharmacy my entire life. I graduated from MCV/VCU School of Pharmacy in 1972. My greatest influences were my pharmacist father, my pharmacist grandfather and Dan Herbert, our founder. My special interests have been serving the neediest of Virginians especially the elderly and patients with special needs. In my retirement, I look forward to photography, golf and my four grandchildren.
“I love that Bremo Pharmacy truly cares about their patients and understands their needs.”
I’m Sandy Hendrick, and I have been with Bremo Pharmacy since 2008 as a pharmacist at Bremo Long Term Care. I enjoy being part of the link between the patient and their doctor, and helping either to the best of my ability. I obtained my Bachelors of Pharmacy degree from MCV/VCU School of Pharmacy in 1985. In my spare time I enjoy reading, watching sports, and traveling with my husband and two children.
“I love working at Bremo, because we are a progressive company and incorporate new ideas to help our customers.”
Hello, I am Diane Fonner and I have been with Bremo Pharmacy since 1996 as a part-time pharmacist. I currently work at the Long-Term Care location, but I have also spent time at the retail locations. Bremo is one big family and we treat our customers that way. I like knowing our customers by name and I enjoy helping others learn about medication and health-related questions. I graduated from Mercer Southern School of Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia in 1991 with my Doctor of Pharmacy and then did a general residency. I have twin boys who are now in college and the Army. I spend my free time caring for the wide variety of pets they left behind volunteering in the community, working on projects around the house, and reading.
“I enjoy working at Bremo because of the patients and the impact we have on them; I know that I am making a difference in their lives, because they share their love of Bremo all the time.”
As a pharmacist at Bremo Pharmacy, I get to help patients have a great pharmacy experience and get the most from their pharmacy and pharmacy team. I maintain our ACHC PCAB accreditation for our prescription compounding services for humans and pets alike. I graduated from VCU School of Pharmacy in 2010 with my Doctorate of Pharmacy. After graduation, I completed a Community Pharmacy Residency through VCU School of Pharmacy, with my primary practice site being Bremo Pharmacy. In my spare time, I enjoy traveling and have been to over 15 different countries.
“Bremo Pharmacy offers an ASHP-APhA accredited one-year (PGY-1) community pharmacy residency in partnership with VCU School of Pharmacy.”
A community pharmacy resident is a licensed pharmacist seeking postgraduate training in programs that focus on advancing skills in direct patient care, patient care service development, and practice management. The residency program runs from July through June.