To the editor:
Yon and Elizabeth are going out of business is not the problem. They understand business is business. The real loss here is having great people like Yon and Elizabeth leaving the area. They did the community a favor by reopening after 9/11 when it did not make financial sense. Wish all the best to the ladies Kwack for you gave us a lot as great people.
In reply to Robert Dziedzic.
I agree with all that Glenn and Matthew posted. So sad. I heard the whole block will be developed? I hope Yon and Elizabeth will have a very good future, so knowledgeable. I really like the pharmacists.
I am devastated by the loss of this beloved pharmacy. I wish the family only the best in the future. Please know how valued you and your amazing team were to this community- especially the caring pharmacists- Josh and Leo. I get sad just thinking about this store not being open any more.
This store’s abrupt closure has customers scrambling for medicines. A day earlier I was told medicines had to be ordered and would be available on Friday. It is apparent, though, that this closure was planned as pre-printed signs directed customers on Wednesday to a nearby Rite Aid. Why was personal information given to Rite Aid without our permission? Why weren’t customer’s given prior notice? Rite Aid does not accept my insurance so I must search for a pharmacy that does then ask several doctors to transmit multiple prescriptions. We deserved better treatment than this. As part of this article, I would have appreciated inclusion of the Kwack’s perspective on the impact of the store’s abrupt closure on their customer base.
I will miss this last remaining vestige of our neighborhood but I will miss the amazing professionalism, knowledge and friendliness of everyone who worked there from the pharmacy to the cash counter. You will all be greatly missed and long remembered.
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