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Welcome to Abeldt's Gaslight Pharmacy
Contact Information
Buford Abeldt

200 Gaslight Blvd
Lufkin, TX75904
Tel: 936-639-2346
Fax: 936-639-2322
Store Hours
Sun: Closed
Mon: 8:00 to 6:30
Tue: 8:00 to 6:30
Wed: 8:00 to 6:30
Thu: 8:00 to 6:30
Fri: 8:00 to 6:30
Sat: 9:00 to 1:00
Pharmacy Hours
Sun: Closed
Mon: 8:00 to 6:30
Tue: 8:00 to 6:30
Wed: 8:00 to 6:30
Thu: 8:00 to 6:30
Fri: 8:00 to 6:30
Sat: 9:00 to 1:00
Store Closures
New Year's Day 1/1/2015
Labor Day 9/1/2014
Closed On... 11/27/2014
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Delivery Information
Delivery Radius: 0 miles
Min Purchase: $0
Delivery Fee: $0
Abeldt's Gaslight Pharmacy delivers within the city limits of Lufkin Monday - Saturday and within the city limits of Diboll and Corrigan on Tuesday & Friday. Our staff of three highly dependable drivers will ensure that your prescriptions are delivered to your home or office. We also have local nursing home delivery available.
Pharmacy Overview

Abeldt's Gaslight Pharmacy prides itself on being your community pharmacy and serving your needs in every way possible.  Our trained staff is here to assist you with all of your needs either face-to-face or at our drive-thru.  Our pharmacy is large enough to serve our community but small enough to know you by name.  Professional and courteous service is very important to us.  We continue to offer the same commitment to friendly service that has made us a staple of our community.

Starting in 1979 with Abeldt's West Loop Pharmacy, Buford and Melissa Abeldt began a tradition, Your Pharmacy.

Originally located in a medical clinic employing one pharmacist - Buford - and one clerk, Abeldt's took care of the health care needs of many generations of families from grandparents, parents, children, and grandchildren.

With the purchase of two drug stores and one medical supply store, we eventually out grew our former location and opened Abeldt's Gaslight Pharmacy in October of 2007; a 5300 square foot building with a medical supply department, compounding lab and large pharmacy area - sleek, modern, and reliable.  Striving to continually update and upgrade our services to stay current with technology.  It is our goal to provide you with the very best care.








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