Corey’s Pharmacy corner of building in the center of the page was located
between Easter Lily Lane and Flamevine Lane.
tered in Vero,” she reflected. “His daughter, Bunny, wanted
a bicycle and he wouldn’t buy it for her, so my dad gave her
a job emptying waste baskets and sweeping the floor. I think
she made $1.50 a day at that time. When the Grahams found
that my dad was actually paying her they were mortified. But
in the end Bunny earned enough to buy that bike.”
With all the gossip buzzing at that soda fountain, whatever
Corey heard was kept confidential and he never divulged
anything about anybody. He was a highly ethical man trusted
by all whom he met. He happily ran a running tab for regular
Luke and Callie Corey moved to Vero Beach, where he went to work in
Cypress Center Pharmacy before they bought and renamed the business.
Shoppers could always find the latest in makeup at the cosmetics counter.
Callie Corey juggled raising children and running the store.