The Pharmacy For You

Our expertly trained pharmacists and friendly staff pride themselves on making sure your pharmacy experience exceeds expectations.

Our Staff

Julie Elston

Director, Finance + HR - Ray's World Headquarters

Phone: 817-473-1147

fax: 817-473-4631

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Shelby Grabeal, R.Ph.

Staff Pharmacist - QIC

Shelby Grabeal was born and raised in the Sherman, Tx area. In 1992 she moved to Weatherford, Oklahoma to attend Southwestern Oklahoma State University and graduated from pharmacy school in 1998. After graduation she moved back to her roots, Texas, to start her career as a pharmacist at Tom Thumb Pharmacy, then Rite Aid (Altus, Ok), Walmart and now QIC. Shelby says, “I have learned many life lessons working in pharmacy for 19 years”.

Shelby has been married for since 1997. She has a son and a daughter, both teenagers. Her spare time is filled with going to her son’s band concerts/marching competitions and her daughter’s sports events. She and her family reside in Joshua. They enjoy volunteering at church and in the community. Shelby has a passion for studying God’s word and being outside, working in the yard.

Tim Ndugwa, R.Ph.

Staff Pharmacist - Arlington

Travis Jackson, R.Ph.

Staff Pharmacist - Arlington

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David Cleveland, RPh

Staff Pharmacist - Hamilton

David Cleveland was born in Fort Worth, Texas. He grew up in Dublin, Texas where his dad, a pharmacist, established the pharmacy of Hall & Cleveland RX Lab, which served Dublin for 48 years. “I grew up in and around drug stores and proudly joined my father in the family owned business and profession, in 2002.” David has a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Tarleton State University along with a Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy from the University of Houston. He began doing part time and relief pharmacist work for a variety of area stores, as well as counseling patients in drug therapy, and assisting them with health care. “My profession is truly rewarding, I enjoy visiting with customers and establishing a personal as well as a professional relationship.”

When David’s not working as a pharmacist, he enjoys gardening, woodworking and tinkering with his collection of old cars. “I get lost in the 50′s with classic cars and classic rock and roll.” A great deal of time is donated to my life-long interest in Scouting. I work with the Dublin Boy Scout Troop as well as the Order of the Arrow and Council Leadership. I am an Eagle Scout, a Silver Beaver, and received the God and Service Award. In 1977 David was named Dublin’s Man of the Year. He also chaired the Texas Pharmacy Association’s House of Delegates in 1982, and is past president of the West Texas Pharmacy Association. David is an active member of the Dublin First United Methodist Church and the Dublin Lions Club. “My wife, Annette, daughter, Adrian, son-in-law, Raymond, and grandson, Joe share my full and active life.”

Kevin Rossler, R.Ph.

Staff Pharmacist - QIC Pharmacy

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Cindy Kinsey, RPh

Staff Pharmacist - Hamilton

I attended the University Of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy, Graduating in 1992. I have been a pharmacist for 17 years. My father was the main influence in my decision to become a pharmacist. He owned and operated several pharmacies for over 20 years, until his retirement.

I was a pharmacy technician in two of his pharmacies during high school and during my pre-pharmacy college coursework. I have worked for Ray’s Pharmacy (Hamilton City Drug) in Hamilton, Texas since 2002.

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Vince Piper, RPh

Staff Pharmacist - Arlington

Vince Piper was born and raised in Burlington, Iowa. He graduated from Burlington High School in 1984. He received an associate of arts degree from Southeastern Community College in 1986. He continued his education with The University of Iowa in the College of Pharmacy graduating in 1989. While in high school, Vince started working for Witte Drug as a camera salesperson. He continued to work in photography at Henry Louis Photography while attending the University of Iowa, and still enjoys photography today. He said “working in the pharmacy, and dealing with the chemistry involved in photo developing sparked enough interest for me to apply for the pharmacy program at the University of Iowa.” After a quick 3 years in Iowa City, he started working for Walgreens in Muscatine, Iowa. Vince moved to Texas in the early 90’s and has lived in Arlington since that time. After working at independent pharmacies in Fort Worth for several years, Vince took a job with Ray’s Pharmacy in order to work in his own community in Arlington. He has been with Ray’s Pharmacy for over 11 years now.

Vince and his wife Paula met while attending the University of Iowa. They have 3 children. Their second child, Kevin, is epileptic and severely autistic. “All children affect our lives, but Kevin’s disabilities have served as an even greater influence.”

Before children, Vince was very active in the Tarrant County Pharmacist Association. He served on the board and as Vice President for several years. Playing golf, baseball, softball, camping, hiking and biking were big pre-child day activities. More recent hobbies include Texas Rangers baseball, attending Clayton’s (oldest child) sporting events and Sarah’s (youngest child) dance recitals.