Her current role places her in the long-time Henry County business of Moye’s Pharmacy. Excellent handles a variety of responsibilities at the pharmacy from working behind the counter serving customers to assisting other employees when needed, adding to the foundation of what Moye’s Pharmacy prides its business on – a locally-owned business, serving with a personal touch, its customers and the community.
“Our customers appreciate her dosage of smiles, because it makes them feel more appreciated and they are kindled by her patient care,” said John Crumbley, Edneys supervisor at work. “She takes the initiative to make sure that all Moye’s customers are taken care of from the moment they walk into our store until the moment they walk out. We are proud to have Edney as a part if the Moye’s family with her service to the company and community.”
“My co-workers and the customers are astounding,” said Excellent when sharing what the opportunity has given her. “The uplifting atmosphere in the store brings a smile to each customer’s face.”
Excellent noted, “Every day that I work at Moye’s pharmacy I learn how to be a better person by using the customer services skills I have observed through my clinicals.” When speaking of the opportunity to grow from a personal aspect in addition to gaining valuable work experience.
Connie Stewart, Excellent’s Work-Based Learning Instructor, shared that Excellent is skilled in the art of organization and balancing responsibilities, a respected and committed student, varsity cheerleader, and her class president.
Stewart stated, “Edney is a dream student and is dedicated to school and her future in so many ways. She applies this same dedication to her part-time job at Moye’s Pharmacy in McDonough.”
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