The GrandView Team

The members of our team are dedicated to providing the highest quality services and hold the utmost integrity. They work hard to ensure our service is unsurpassed and ensure your needs are met. Each member of our team is highly qualified, as well as has a strong passion for their service.

Operational Leadership

Glenn Eldridge, Director of Clinical Services

Glenn Eldridge is a graduate of Purdue University School of Pharmacy. He holds several certifications and professional licenses as well. In 1991, he became an Indiana Licensed Pharmacist and in 2004 he became an Ohio Licensed Pharmacist. He is also licensed in Tennessee as well.

Glenn has many years of experience in the field of pharmaceuticals. In 1991 he was hired with GrandView Pharmacy and has been with the company ever since. He began his career with GrandView as a staff pharmacist in 1991 and in 1993 he became Director of Clinical Services. In 1997 he was promoted to Vice President of GrandView and then President in 2005. In relation to his specialized skills in the field, he has been a consultant pharmacist specializing in geriatrics since 1993 and has been a member of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists since 1991.

Not only does Glenn have an extensive and rewarding career with GrandView, he has been a part of the academic field as well. Glenn has been a Clerkship Preceptor with Purdue University since 2004.

Finally, Glenn has been a part of the Community Pharmacy of Indiana and was chosen as president in 2009 and 2010. Glenn has been a member of Elder Brownsburg Church of Christ since 2009. He and the Eldridge family are honored and privileged to be a part of such a wonderful company.

John Jones, Director of Quality Assurance

John Jones began with the company in 1995 at the Connersville, Indiana retail pharmacy. As a certified pharmacy technician, John worked as a retail store manager and then later as a consultant to evaluate stores and help to improve policies and procedures. John brings a wealth of hands-on knowledge and experience from his pharmacy background, but also his diversified knowledge from ministry education and military training.

John ensures quality standards are maintained by all departments and divisions of GrandView Pharmacy. As the Director of Quality Assurance, John measures efficacy of policy and procedures, billing and operational practices and overall satisfaction and service improvement.

He served his country as an Army Medic in the Persian Gulf and Somalia, and also participated in humanitarian mission following Hurricane Andrew. After graduating Summa Cum Laude with a degree in Medical Assisting, he received his B.A. in Ministry of Arts and is pursuing his Masters in Pastoral Counseling.

Pharmacy Leadership

Brooke Bradley, Pharm.D., MBA, Director of Pharmacy

Brooke Bradley has been working with GrandView Pharmacy for 10 years. She graduated from Butler University and volunteers with Butler’s Community Outreach Pharmacy. Her passion for working with the elderly came from the love she has for her own grandparents and in turn, wanting to help other’s grandparents/parents as well.

Brooke’s personal purpose is to help others with her God given abilities; and to be the best mother to her children and wife to her husband.

Christian Marr, Billing and Accounts Receivable Manager

Christian Marr has been with GrandView Pharmacy, in his current term, for 4 years across the technical, quality and finance divisions. He currently serves as the Deputy Director of Finance, overseeing billing, collections, inventory control, reimbursement and reconciliation functions. His employment history with the company goes back to 1998, when he worked part time in both the retail and long term care pharmacies.

Away from work, Christian enjoys spending time with family, watching movies, attending concerts and going to amusement parks. He and his wife, Catherine, have two children, Isabelle (8) and Guy (1) and an English Springer Spaniel named Buggs.

Nora Hundley, Billing Specialist Lead

Nora has served GrandView Pharmacy for 20 years. Her passion for working with the elderly came from the thought of someone needing help with their medication and no one being there to help. Nora is a Nationally Certified Pharmacy Tech and Indiana Licensed Tech.

Personally, Nora jokingly says volleyball used to be her hobby, but says her knees no longer agree! Her personal purpose is to raise her boys to love and honor God and always be respectful.

Jennifer Badore, LTC and DME AR Lead

Jennifer has served Grandview Pharmacy for 18 years in various divisions. She started her career with Grandview in 1991 taking her first job with the company as a cashier in their retail division while she was in high school. From there Jennifer was able to continue to learn and grow, working in all areas of the business including Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Inventory Management, Customer Service and Collections just to name a few. Currently she is our Collections, Reconciliation and Reimbursement Lead for both Long Term Care Pharmacy and our Durable Medical Equipment Division.

Jennifer studied Business and Accounting at Indiana University East and Ivy Tech Community College, obtaining her Associates Degree in Business Administration.

Personally, Jennifer and her husband recently opened an auction business and she is currently appointed Treasurer of the Fayette County Tourism Board.

Macie Jackson, Data & Customer Service Lead

Taylor Hendrickson, Dispensing Lead

Rondy Yates, Delivery & Logistics Lead

Jacob Jessen, Multi-dose Packing Lead

Customer Service Team

Mark Wolfe, Customer Account Representative

Mark Wolfe attended Indiana University Fort Wayne and graduated with a degree in Business.  Fort Wayne is his hometown and he lived here for over 20 years. He has also previously lived in Indianapolis, IN.

Mark first worked for four years selling vaccines and biological products for Connaught Labs.  Then worked for in Long Term Care pharmacy (LTC) for nearly 15 years, actually competing against Grandview in some cases.  What Mark enjoys most about working in LTC pharmacy is that he has an opportunity to positively affect healthcare workers who directly care for residents in long term care facilities. He also enjoys how Grandview can offer a quality of care for the elderly within those communities.  He gets great satisfaction in offering an improved quality of life to the aged.

Mark got the passion to work with the aged at a young age when doing a service projects for Boy Scouts.  He volunteered to work in a nursing home reading to the residents and entertaining them.  He always considered what degree of care he would offer his own grandparents and parents and in-law.

In his spare time, he is an avid Indiana University football and basketball fan, and follows the Chicago Cubs baseball team. He and his wife spend much of their time visiting their three adult children, one in Detroit, one in Atlanta and their youngest who is soon to return from living and working the past 13 months in Germany.

Charissa Widegren, Customer Account Representative

Charissa has worked in many different areas during her life. She has over 18 years’ experience as an administrative assistant and Executive assistant. She even owned her own product wholesale business and also worked in Human Resources. Her goals in life are to help people live better lives. She has said her position with GrandView has allowed her to do this in so many ways. She loves her job and says the best thing about it is the conversations that she gets to have with the residents at the facilities. She loves to join in on current event talks and assist at the facility in any way possible. If you see her around, we know she will give you a grand smile and a hello.

Charissa says her enjoyable moments are with her husband and daughter and they complete her life. She enjoys being at the lake, on the boat, hiking or at the beach. Her happy place is to have her husband sitting next to her and her daughter playing in the sand at the beach with a good book in her hand.

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Deficiency free survey from the Indiana State Board of Pharmacy

In the spring of 2017, the GrandView Pharmacy locations in Brownsburg, IN and Fort Wayne, IN were awarded a deficiency free survey from the Indiana State Board of Pharmacy. We’re extremely proud of our team members who worked hard to accomplish this goal. Read more about it here.