Phone: (479) 442.6262
Fax: (479) 521.9111
Mon – Fri / 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday / 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday / 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Dylan is the pharmacy manager at our Dickson Street location. Dylan was introduced to Colliers as a pharmacy student during a pharmacy school rotation in 2012 at our Dickson Street location. Soon after, he joined the company as a pharmacy intern, and later as a pharmacist upon graduation in 2015. Dylan’s favorite thing about practicing at Colliers is the company’s priority of putting patients first in everything they do.
Dylan has been an active leader in the profession as a student at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). He has previously served on the Board of the Arkansas Pharmacists Association, as the College of Pharmacy student body President, and on the national level with the American Pharmacist Association. He now lives in Fayetteville with his wife and enjoys travelling any chance he gets.
Carl began working in his father’s drug store in 1951 as a child. His first job was washing dishes for the soda fountain and dusting shelves.
After high school he attended UAMS College of Pharmacy in Little Rock and graduated in 1964. Carl has received a number of awards during his career as a pharmacist, including Pharmacist of the Year in 2013 and the Bowl of Hygeia, a community service award to honor a pharmacist who has contributed to the progress of their community.
Carl is a lifelong resident of Fayetteville. He married his wife, Jan, in 1965 and had two children, Meredith and Mel. Carl also has four grandchildren, Hailey, Katelyn, Chris, and Jamie. He is a member of Rotary, First Night, United Way, and the Arkansas Pharmacists Association.
Amanda has been with Colliers since 2007. She especially loves children and wants to help them and their families with all of their pharmaceutical needs.
Amanda grew up in Lepanto, a small town in Northeast Arkansas. She attended the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Biology. She then moved to Phoenix and attended Midwestern University College of Pharmacy where she earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree.
Amanda and her sons, Eason and Elliott live in Fayetteville. Away from the pharmacy, she loves traveling, going to the lake, trout fishing, and attending Razorback football and basketball games.
Denise says the best part of working at Collier Drug is getting to know the patients and having the opportunity to care for them and their families. She has been serving Northwest Arkansas since 1995. Denise works at several of our Collier locations, including Collier Compounding where she is trained as a pharmacist specializing in Bio-Identical Hormones Replacement (BHRT) and Women’s Health. She has a passion for helping women maintain optimal health and wellness throughout each stage of life.
Denise received her Bachelor’s degree from Middle Tennessee State University before earning her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy. In 2000, she received the “Distinguished Young Pharmacist Award” by the Arkansas Pharmacists Association, and in 2018 received the “JB Hays Community Needs Award”. She is interested in lifelong learning and exploring new ideas, and collaborating with other professionals on these projects.
Denise lives in Fayetteville with her husband, Rod, and their teenagers, Ryan and Olivia. Denise volunteers at Welcome Health, formerly known as the Free Health Clinic, and is a member of the Arkansas Pharmacists Association. In her spare time she enjoys attending Ryan’s pole vault meets and Olivia’s soccer games, as well as reading, being outdoors, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.
Rickie serves multiple Colliers pharmacies. He has enjoyed being a pharmacist and pharmacy manager for over 30 years. Rickie played football while attending the University of Arkansas; then earned his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Xavier College of Pharmacy in New Orleans.
Rickie’s wife, Nancy, teaches middle school in Farmington. They have three sons, Jason, Jared, and Jacob. He enjoys tailgating before Razorback games as well as traveling to out of town when the Razorbacks are on the road.
Jeremy is a staff pharmacist anchored at our Dickson Street store but may float to any of our locations in Northwest Arkansas when needed to help cover pharmacists or help out with special projects. Originally from Blytheville, AR, Jeremy moved to Fayetteville in 1990 and attended the University of Arkansas to earn his Bachelor of Arts degree. He went on to attend UAMS and graduated in 1999 with his Pharm.D.
Jeremy’s favorite part of working at Colliers is the opportunity to get to know the patients and working with them to achieve their optimal health. He enjoys working in the supportive, family environment at Colliers that allows the pharmacists and staff the freedom to get to know and care for their patients. While away from the pharmacy, Jeremy spends his time with his wife and 2 sons and their Labradors. He is an active volunteer leader in the Boy Scouts of America and a member of Sequoyah Kiwanis. He enjoys the outdoors, staying healthy, and is a passionate supporter of the U of A and Razorback Athletics.
Gary Fancher works at our Dickson Street location and has been with Colliers since 2013. Before coming to Colliers, he owned and operated Flippin Pharmacy in Flippin, Arkansas for 35 years.
Gary graduated from Southwest Oklahoma State University with a degree in Pharmacy. He has been very active in the profession, serving on the board of the Arkansas Pharmacists Association and also as President of the Arkansas Pharmacists Association. Gary is also a member of the National Community Pharmacists Association. Gary has obtained disease state certification in diabetes, dyslipidemia, and immunizations from UAMS.
A resident of Bull Shoals, Gary has also served as a board member and treasurer for the Baxter Regional Hospital Foundation. He has also served as a board member and treasurer for the Marion County Airport Board, and the Flippin Chamber of Commerce. Gary also served as the President of the Cotter Rotary Club. Early in his career, Gary served as in the United States Navy as a Hospital Corpsman where he oversaw the Compounding Department over the entire Tidewater Region near Portsmouth, Virginia.