MAPLE GROVE, Minn. — Justin Heiser has officially taken over as the new president and CEO at Thrifty White Pharmacy.
Heiser’s appointment was first announced last May, following the news that Robert (Bob) Narveson president and CEO of Thrifty White Pharmacy for almost 33 years, was stepping down from his role. Narveson will remain as the board chairman.
As Narveson steps down as Thrifty White’s chief executive, he is bullish about the company’s prospects: “The board and I look forward to great things from Justin and his team in the future.”
Heiser first joined Thrifty White as a pharmacy manager in 2007, and quickly moved up the corporate ladder, serving as a district manager, vice president of pharmacy operations and executive vice president. He was named chief operating officer at the start of 2022.
He is a member of the ND Pharmacists Association, MN Pharmacists Association, National Community Pharmacists Association and the National Association of Chain Drug Stores.