Randy Lawson, a graduate of North Stokes High School,
received his pharmaceutical degree from the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In addition to
being a die-hard Tarheel fan, he is the husband to Julie Lawson and together they have 3 children: Christopher, Jeremy, and Maggie. In his spare time, Randy likes to golf and fish.
Julie Lawson is a graduate of RJ Reynolds High School and attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She is the Director of Operations at Mount Pilot Drug as she handles the finances, human resources, policies and procedures, compliance, counts pills, and helps with customer service. Also known as the "queen of purple", Julie's favorite place in the world is North Myrtle Beach. Having become grandparents, Randy and Julie are enjoying Carter, Lilyanna, Simon, Callaway, and Harrison EVERY minute they get the chance!
Photo provided by Gary York
A local product, Rex McGee has called Stokes and Surry Counties home since 1974. He graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1993 and received his Pharmacy License the same year. Practicing for 24 years, he has worked in long-term care, hospital, and many retail pharmacies. He came to us in June of 2016 and has already built trusting relationships with many in the community. Rex lives in Stokes County with his wife and five children. Outside of pharmacy, Rex is an accomplished musician, renowned for his play on both the fiddle and banjo.
A Carolina Tarheel by fan AND degree, Jim Inabinet has been in Pharmacy for 62 years. He began working at the age of 14 in a drug store. Married to Betty, they have 2 adult children and 1 granddaughter. Having worked in retail and hospital pharmacy, Jim brings his best asset to us, his vast experience! Jim has been the part-time and relief pharmacist for Mount Pilot Drug Since 2000. Jim loves to play golf and work in his Oriental Garden in his spare time