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About McLeskey Todd Family Pharmacy

McLeskey-Todd Pharmacy is a local, independently owned retail pharmacy serving the community of Greer, SC since 1923. We provide traditional prescription services and accept most insurance plans. We also offer competitive cash pricing for customers without insurance. We pride ourselves on taking care of our customers as if they were our own family members. Fast, Friendly customer service is what people have come to expect and what we strive to deliver with every encounter. Come by or call us today to begin seeing what a difference we can make in your pharmacy experience.

Our History

In the early 1920’s Dr. Harvey Todd and Dr. Henry McLeskey opened McLeskey & Todd Drug Store in Anderson and Pickens, SC. In 1923 they acquired Bost Drug Store in Greer and relocated it under the McLeskey & Todd Drug Store name to 107 E. Poinsett Street where it remained until 1972. In 1966, Eugene Bettis completed the purchase of McLeskey & Todd where he began working in 1927 as a soda-jerk. He relocated the store to its current location in the former Dixie Home Store Building on the corner of West Church St and North Main St in downtown Greer and renamed it McLeskey-Todd Pharmacy. During the 1980’s McLeskey-Todd operated several other locations including one in the Peachtree Plaza shopping center. Following the death of Mr. Bettis, the Bettis family sold the pharmacy to Harmon Wall Properties and Peggy Harmon became the pharmacy manager in 1996. In 2012, Peggy and her husband Stack retired and sold the business to their partner Don Wall and his son Jed Wall. Travis Oliver, a former staff pharmacist and Greer native became a junior partner in 2015. As one of the oldest drug stores in South Carolina, McLeskey-Todd is still a staple in the community of Greer providing quality healthcare, affordable prices and reliable pharmacy services to the city’s residents.

The original McLeskey Todd location. The store was located on the first floor in the glass entryway of the Wayside Inn Hotel. Shortly after it was moved down the street. Picture Circa 1935.