Our History

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Richard and Joyce Dennard founded Dennard Drugs in 1971 and moved their family to Soperton, Georgia in 1972. Both of his children, Blake and Krista are pharmacists. Richard graduated from Rockdale County High School in Conyers, Georgia in 1960 and North Georgia College in 1964. He received his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from Mercer University Southern School of Pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia in 1967. He spent the next four years in the United States Army and served one tour in Vietnam. He was one of the fortunate soldiers that was able to return to the States, and he returned as a decorated war hero. Richard has spent the rest of his life in Soperton serving the residents of Treutlen County with the best pharmacy care in the area.

Meet Our Pharmacy Family


Richard Dennard, RPh.

Richard moved his family of four to Soperton and opened Dennard Drugs in 1971. He has been married to his wife, Joyce Dennard, for 52 years and they have 2 children, Blake and Krista. Blake is a pharmacist here at Dennard's and Krista is a pharmacist in Fort Worth, Texas. Richard enjoys bird hunting and fishing in his spare time away from the store.

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Blake Dennard, RPh.

Blake Dennard grew up in Soperton, GA. He graduated from Treutlen High School in 1986 and The University of Georgia College of Pharmacy in 1991. He married Adele Hollister, also a pharmacist, in 1990 and they have two children R.J. and Hunter. Blake worked as a pharmacist at K-Mart for 5 years and came back to the family business, Dennard Drugs, in 1996. ln 2008, Dennards LTC pharmacy was formed and provides services to personal care homes, assisted living, and skilled nursing facilities. Blake enjoys interacting with his patients and customers, hunting and fishing, and spending time with his family.

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Tonya Adcock, RPH.

Tonya Adcock is Director of Operations of Dennard's LTC Pharmacy. She graduated from University of Georgia College of Pharmacy in 1992. She joined Dennard's in 2010. Tonya grew up in Dublin, Georgia, where she still resides today. Tonya is married to Matthew Adcock, owner of Wheeler County Drug Company, sister store to Dennard Drugs

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Dr. Nicole Cammack

Nicole has lived in Soperton for 18 years. She is a 2006 graduate from Treutlen High School and a 2011 graduate from South University School of Pharmacy. There she received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree. She began working at Dennard's in 2004 during high school and has returned as a pharmacist after receiving her degree. She married Josh Cammack in fall 2011. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends and playing with her dogs in her spare time.

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Dr. Kimmy Sanders

Kimmy Sanders is from Swainsboro, Georgia. She began working as a pharmacy technician immediately after high school. ln 1994, she graduated from Mercer University School of Pharmacy with her Doctorate of Pharmacy degree. She is married to Jim Sanders and has 4 wonderful children. She has been employed as a pharmacist with Dennard's for eleven years


Dr. Megan C Dennard

Megan Dennard was born and raised in Guyton, Georgia. She graduated from South University School of Pharmacy in 2017 with her doctorate in pharmacy. She worked throughout high school and college at a local independent pharmacy and began working at Dennard's in 2015. She is Director of Training for Dennard's LTC Pharmacy. She is married to R.J. Dennard and is currently employed by Dennard's as a full time pharmacist.


Denise C. Pournelle, RPh.

Denise C. Pournelle, a 1978 graduate of the University of Georgia School of Pharmacy, was blessed to become a part of the Dennard Drug family in 1971 as a high school student in need of a part-time job. An introduction to the practice of pharmacy, the challenge to consider pharmacy as a career, and the example " Mr. Richard" set in serving individuals and his community through his profession, made the goal to become a pharmacist an easy decision.