Keith and Shannon Beckman, Pharmacists

Keith Beckman grew up inside Beckman’s Prescription Shop. He began officially working here with his parents in 1996 and continued on during college at MTSU, before attending the University of Tennessee’s College of Pharmacy in Knoxville. His many years of experience with our patients have made him a great advocate for patient care. Keith loves the strong sense of community here at Beckman’s, where he knows each of his patients by name. He enjoys educating patients about their medications and helping them find solutions to many of their healthcare problems.

Shannon Beckman began at Beckman’s Prescription Shop in 2002, making home deliveries to our patients during her college years at MTSU. She attended the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy and completed a yearlong Community Practice Residency with the University of Tennessee in 2011. She has been a preceptor for University of Tennessee Pharmacy students since 2010. Her interests include medication therapy management and vaccinations, with a special emphasis on travel immunizations.

Keith and Shannon married in 2007 and live in Murfreesboro with their two daughters. Together they enjoy live music, being outdoors, and cheering on the Tennessee Volunteers, MTSU Blue Raiders, and Nashville Predators.


Sylvia Beckman

As a 1968 graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy, Sylvia Beckman has been working in pharmacy 51 years. Throughout her career she worked at Middle Tennessee Medical Center’s hospital pharmacy and Beckman’s Prescription Shop, as well as served on the Rutherford County school board. She loves to travel all over the globe and enjoys yoga and spending time with her 6 grandkids.

Milton Beckman (in memorindum)

Milton and Sylvia Beckman met in Memphis, TN as students at the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy. From the start, Milton gave each person that passed through our doors his greatest respect and kindness. Milton was honored as the Pharmacist of the Year by the Tennessee Pharmacist Association in 2006. Although Milton passed away from a brain tumor in 2007, we continue to strive to offer the same compassion and care to all of our patients and community.