Born in 1939, John began his long and successful career at his family-owned Dik Drug Company on August 1, 1958. At that time the compay‘s annual sales were a meager $180,000. Through John’s efforts in 2010, when it was later sold to Cardinal Health. Jon attributes his success to the guidance of God’s grace. The characteristics fo the company that he established Dik Drug Company were ensuring that the customer always comes first, hiring the best people possible, and establishing close relationships among his employees, suppliers and pharmacies. John was a member of the Board of Pharmacy for the State of Illinois from 1997 to 2000. He actively defended the interests of pharmacies on Capitol Hill. John raised four children and is the grandfather to fourteen. As an accomplished musician, John mastered the trumpet at a young age and has added the piano to his repertoire of musical activities. John continues to actively guide the development of innovative pharmaceutical related businesses.
Angie developed a passion for languages at an early age whil living in her native country of Korea. She came to the United States to study English and become a translator. However, due to a series of family health events, her career path quickly changed and evolved. Through her personal family health struggles, Angie has gained much knowledge and compassion for patients and their families seeking excellent healthcare services. With many years of experience and as a certified pharmacy technicial, Angie is utilizing her talents as owner and CEO of Dik Drug Infusion Pharmacy. Angie is very familily orientedand her goal is to ulitmately spend more time with her two sons and their families. she has three wonderful grandchildren. In her free time, she enjoys reading, hiking and occasional trip to the spa.
Jeff Simon, GENERAL MANAGER
Jeff comes to the organization with over 30 years of experience in home infusion and healthcare. His initial role in healthcare began as a driver. Jeff has worked for companies large and small, both privately held and large public entities. Over his 30 years of experience he has advanced forwared, wearing many hats, and truly learning the industry from the ground up.