Two Marlborough residents join management team at new Wegmans

Alicia Elliott

Alicia Elliott

Marlborough – Two Marlborough residents have been selected as part of the management team for the third Wegmans store in Massachusetts, located on 53 Third Ave. in Burlington.

Alicia Elliott, a resident of Marlborough, has been hired as service area manager. She has been with Wegmans since 1980 and has held a variety of positions, including front end manager, produce manager, corporate accountant, and pharmacy manager, during which she served as one of two pharmacy hub managers in the Rochester (N.Y.) division helping to roll out new in-store software. As the service area manager, Elliot will oversee all service departments, including front end, service desk, and helping hands, etc., and is developing an experienced team to deliver customer service to the people of Burlington. She will also oversee all community partnerships.

Marlborough resident Drew Wheaton, the new pharmacy area manager, graduated from Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in 2010. He joined Wegmans in 2004 and previously worked as a pharmacy intern, pharmacy technician, staff pharmacist, and is now the pharmacy area manager. As pharmacy manager, Wheaton will oversee all aspects of the Burlington pharmacy department and its staff.

Wegmans Burlington will celebrate its grand opening Sunday, Oct. 26, starting at 7 a.m. For more information, www.wegmans.com/burlington.


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Drew Wheaton



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