Dr. Paul Pesce and his wife Eleanor opened their corner drugstore Paul’s Drugs, a neighborhood mainstay for more than three decades until its sale in the mid-1980s. Pesce ran the pharmacy, his wife grew the business to include a Western Union, post office, beauty shop and ice cream fountain.
Dr. Paul Pesce and his wife Eleanor opened their corner drugstore Paul’s Drugs, a neighborhood mainstay for more than three decades until its sale in the mid-1980s. Pesce ran the pharmacy, his wife grew the business to include a Western Union, post office, beauty shop and ice cream fountain. Pesce family
Dr. Paul Pesce and his wife Eleanor opened their corner drugstore Paul’s Drugs, a neighborhood mainstay for more than three decades until its sale in the mid-1980s. Pesce ran the pharmacy, his wife grew the business to include a Western Union, post office, beauty shop and ice cream fountain. Pesce family

Trailblazing doctor, Paul’s Drugs founder Paul Pesce dies at 90

May 31, 2016 7:43 PM

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