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Margo Hallman D.Ph. is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Professional.
Date:10/22/2013

NEWPORT, Tenn., Oct. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Margo Hallman D.Ph. is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Professional in the field of Pharmaceutical Management. Margo is the Pharmacy Manager of Food City Pharmacy.

Margo has over 28 Years of Experience as a Pharmacy Professional and currently specializes in Pharmaceuticals; Business Management; and Organizational Skills. In addition, Margo is certified to Administer Flu Shots and Immunizations.

Margo grew up in Pottstown, PA. Her parents were her mentors and taught her great morals and values through her childhood which are responsible for her success. Margo had the desire to do better and to work for and at it and clearly her determination of her goals has paid off.

Margo goes above and beyond her call of duty and responsibility to her patients by promoting health and wellness and reaching out to her community doing seminars to educate people.

In looking back Margo remembers her favorite childhood pets: Lucky and Brandy were her family dogs and Penny and Tigger were her family cats. Her first job was flipping French fries at McDonald's and she never forgets what a good job she did.

Margo is a huge advocate for animals; she now has 3 dogs, 10 cattle, a cockatiel, and has had quite an assortment of pets throughout the years.

Her favorite place and most memorable moment was in 2008 when she went to Tahiti and stayed at Bora Bora where the water is really that blue. Her favorite color is turquoise, favorite food – Italian and her favorite sport is participating in Snow-skiing.

When people look back at Margo R. Hallman, D.Ph. she would like to be remembered as the one who "would help people, always friendly, and always compassionate."

Margo holds a D.Ph. Degree from Temple University School of Pharmacy.

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