Brett is originally from Hemet, California. After graduating high school, he came to Utah and attended Utah State University. After one year at USU, Brett served an LDS mission to Argentina. When he returned, he met his wife Virginia and moved to Salt Lake City to finish his pre-pharmacy requirements at the University of Utah. They then moved to Winchester, Virginia, where Brett earned his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Shenandoah University.
After completing his degree in May 2007, Brett and his family moved back to Utah and settled in South Weber. He worked as the manager of a local retail chain pharmacy, but felt that he could provide more personalized service to his patients by opening an independent pharmacy.
Brett and Virginia have three kids. When he’s not at the pharmacy, he likes golfing, snowboarding, fishing, camping and wake boarding.
Taylor started at Tibbitts Pharmacy in the fall of 2016. She has been a pharmacy technician since 2014 when she completed the DATC tech course at the same time she was completing her senior year at Davis High School. She enjoys helping people live a healthier life through personal pharmacy care.
She love to ride dirt bikes in the summer, ride snowboards in the winter and is studying Accounting at Weber State and hopes to work for a publicly traded company after college.