Kimberly Taylor loves pharmacy and honors the profession. She grew up in Bluefield, Virginia where she worked in her father’s drug store since the age of ten. Kimberly is a fourth generation pharmacist so pharmacy is really in her blood. She always knew she wanted to be a pharmacist because of her passion for people.

Kimberly graduated from West Virginia University School of Pharmacy in 1994 and moved down south immediately. Her first job as a pharmacist was for Long’s Drug Store and in 2014 she will celebrate 20 years with them. Kimberly loves working for Long’s not only because she feels they are her second family but she believes in everything Long’s Drugs stands for.

Kimberly is blessed with a loving husband Curt and two handsome boys Will and Jack. Kimberly is very involved in the local community, you may see her around town or at Riverland Hills Baptist Church where she teaches Sunday School. She participates in many charities such as the Breast Cancer Walk, Harvest Hope Food Bank, Carolina Children’s Home fundraisers and the National Awareness of Mental Illness. She also serves on the hospitality committee at her boys school and is homeroom mom to their classrooms. They can be found playing soccer, tennis, football or going to the beach together.