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By Teresa Simpson
Whitman County Gazette 

Tick Klock Drug changes ownership

Business ownership will change hands, but stay in the family


December 22, 2022

Courtesy of Mark Johnson

The Johnson's keep business in the family by selling to son and daughter-in-law Nathan and Kim. L-R: Mark Johnson, Robyn Johnson, Kim Johnson with daughter Birdie Johnson, Nathan Johnson.

COLFAX - Owners of local business Tick Klock Drug, Mark and Robyn Johnson, are transitioning ownership of their business to their son and daughter in-law, Nathan and Kim Johnson, on Jan. 1, 2023.

The Johnson family has owned Tick Klock Drug since 1966. Mark and Robyn purchased the store from Mr. Johnson's parents, Lloyd and Joyce Johnson July, 1, 1987 who had purchased it from Lawrence "Tick" Klock and his wife Nadine.

Tick Klock Drug was located in the former Lippitt building, where the Whitman County Library is located, when Klock started his own pharmacy in 1951. The business was reloca...

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