Razook's Drug is a Stillwater landmark and tradition. We've been providing friendly, knowledgable service to residents and students since we opened our doors in 1973. Since then, we've moved from our small shop to our current location at 1518 W 9th Ave, but have remained dedicated to our customers.
Much has changed throughout the decades, but we've always taken pride in being on the forefront of developing technology. We've always believed in adpating in order to better serve you. That's why we were the first shop in Stillwater to feature a drive-thru and the first to incorporate a computer into our business. It's also why we continue to learn and develop with emerging advances to ensure we're providing the absolute best to our customers.
After year's of service, Jack Razook sold the pharmacy in 2011, but he kept it in the family, so to speak. Razook's Drug was purchased by two of Jack's most trusted employees, current owners Lisa Hladik and Courtney Redding, who have ensured that the Razook's way continues.
Pam grew up in Kansas. She moved to Oklahoma where she received her undergraduate degrees and completed pharmacy school at Southwestern Oklahoma State University. Pam is married to Glen Hammonds and has two grown children who are both married. She also has three granddogs. Pam started working at Razook's Drug in 2011.
Courtney Redding was born and raised in Stillwater and she met her husband, Corey, at Stillwater High. She received her bachelors in Biological Sciences from Oklahoma State University and then went to pharmacy school at the University of Oklahoma in 2009. Courtney began working at Razook's Drug upon graduation and became co-owner of the pharmacy in 2011. Courtney and Corey are the parents of two wonderful children, Paisley and Casen.
Barry grew up in South Dakota. He received his undergraduate degree in nutrition from New Mexico State University. He came to Oklahoma State University in 1984 and completed the Dietetic Internship and received a Masters Degree. In 1994, Barry graduated from Pharmacy School and has worked at Razook's Drug ever since. He’s married, has three children and two grandchildren
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