At TwelveStone Health Partners we are on a mission to be the regional leader in delivering pharmaceutical services and supporting chronic conditions in post-acute environments with the highest level of patient-centric service with utmost integrity. Every day we strive to glorify God, by taking care of patients, employees and the company as faithful stewards.
Shane Reeves, PharmD
Chief Executive Officer
As Chief Executive Officer of TwelveStone Health Partners, Shane leads all aspects of the business, including product, marketing, sales, finance and delivery strategy. Shane’s career began with the organization in 1994, when he joined the family business and worked his way up through every function in the company.
Under Shane’s leadership, moving forward as TwelveStone, the organization has grown into a broad medical service company with a long list of clients across the entire care continuum.
Chief Operating Officer
Cannon joined TwelveStone in 2012 to lead Information Services and was promoted to Chief Operating Officer in 2015 overseeing all facets of the company’s operations. As a seventh generation Rutherford County resident, Cannon is excited to be part of an organization that focuses on faith and family and also has rich heritage in Murfreesboro. Prior to TwelveStone, Loughry was a Healthcare Technology Strategist for Microsoft’s Enterprise and Partner Group covering the largest for-profit providers in the industry.
Chief Financial Officer
Born and raised in Europe, Nuyens is a serial entrepreneur with a background in international business, finance and Entertainment. He was voted as one of the top entrepreneurs in Tennessee. He is a visionary in Geo-Political and Socio-Economic global strategic forecasting through which he identifies new international trends. Jozef is a founding partner of Fivestone Partners, a business creation, consulting and investment firm that focuses on early and growth stage companies. He is a founder of Rugosa Partners, an investment fund that concentrates on “maturing” start up ventures. Jozef co-founded Passalong Networks, a digital distribution technology platform company with clients such as eBay, P&G, Costco, and soon after became the CEO of its artist-centric spin-off company, Speakerheart. For 30 years, Nuyens ran The Castle as its president & CEO for the first “high Tech” digital technology recording complex in the Southeast, recording projects by more than 400 Gold and Platinum artists.
Lee Golden, PharmD
Chief Clinical Officer
Lee joined the company in 2004 as Infusion Pharmacy Director, rising to Vice President of the Long Term Care & Infusion Pharmacies prior to being named Chief Pharmacy Officer in 2015. As CPO he is responsible for all pharmacy related solutions, services and operations. An avid marathon runner, Lee loves the idea of working in a winning environment that shares a common business goal while glorifying God.
Chief Revenue Officer
As Chief Revenue Officer, Dave is responsible for driving all sales related activities, establishing strategic partnerships and client relationship management. Prior to being named chief business development officer, Carter owned venture capital company, CV&M, an investor in healthcare and media companies. In addition to CV&M, he doubled the size of Integrity Solutions & Healthcare, an international sales and leadership consulting firm, in four years. Prior to healthcare, Carter served as a Regional Vice President for both Comcast and AT&T, where he led large sales organizations that experienced industry-leading revenue growth during his tenure. Carter is a retired military veteran with 20 years of service. He is also an adjunct professor of business at Lipscomb University.
Chief Marketing Officer
Amanda Cecconi is responsible for the marketing and communications program at TwelveStone Health Partners. Her experience spans 20 years and includes executive positions with Saint Thomas Health Services and Change Healthcare. As an expert in brand development, lead generation and product marketing Amanda is well suited to support the company through the transition and growth strategy.
Board of Directors
TwelveStone closed on its first venture round with Claritas Capital to support greater focus on chronic care medication management.
Reeves launches a new brand under the name TwelveStone Health Partners with the packaged medication, infusion, respiratory and durable medical good services lines.
Reeves-Sain sells Entrust and the retail pharmacy to Fred’s a national chain.
Reeves-Sain opens specialty pharmacy business called Entrust.
Reeves-Sain launches new multi dose packaging for the retail market called MEDIpack®.
Reeves-Sain unveils new logo and mission statement.
Reeves-Sain Drug Store on Church Street sells to Eckerd to retire debt and invest in new growth opportunities.
Reeves-Sain opens pharmacy in Murfreesboro Medical Clinic.
Reeves-Sain opens pharmacy on South Church St. in Murfreesboro.
Reeves-Sain Extended Care introduces automation to its Extended Care services and starts to market statewide in Tennessee.
Shane Reeves and Rick Sain buy a majority share of the business from Richard Reeves and Ron Powell. Shortly after that purchase, Reeves-Sain opens up Reeves-Sain Infusion and Extended Care services (packaging for long term care facilities).
After finding some success selling medical equipment in retail store, Richard Reeves opens free standing building to house Reeves Medical Equipment and Supplies.
Reeves-Powell move into 5,000 sq. ft. building at 1801 Memorial Blvd. Adds an old-fashioned Soda Shoppe, post office and state of the art Compounding Center.
Reeves-Powell establishes a relationship with The University of Tennessee. (Student Preceptor’s Program).
Richard Reeves and Ron Powell opened “Reeves-Powell” Saveway Drug Store in a small trailer on Memorial Blvd in Murfreesboro, TN.
The name TwelveStone Health Partners comes from the story of Joshua, who led the Israelites into the Promised Land. Before they could reach the Promised Land, they would have to cross the Jordan River, which was at flood stage. God told Joshua to have the priests, who were carrying the Ark of the Covenant, step into the water. When they did, the waters were cut off, allowing the Israelites to cross on dry land. Once they were on the other side of the river, 12 stones (one for each of the 12 tribes of Israel) were taken from the river and set up as a monument so that future generations would know the power of God.
We may not have to cross flood-stage rivers on foot these days, but we all face obstacles between where we are and where we want to be. Many of us are dealing with significant health-related challenges. We want to get to the other side and experience life to the fullest, but know that the only way we have a chance of reaching our own promised land is if God intervenes. TwelveStone Health Partners stands in the deep part of the river guiding each patient, with God’s power, to make a bold crossing to health, peace and victory.