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Sheetz Makes Leadership Changes

Sheetz Inc.'s Joe S. Sheetz

Sheetz Inc. has announced that Joe S. Sheetz, EVP of finance and store development, will advance into the position of president and CEO at the conclusion of the Altoona, Pa.-based company’s current fiscal year. Current President and CEO Stan Sheetz will move into the role of chairman, while Steve Sheetz will leave his chairman seat to fill a newly created position of family council chairman.

These changes will take effect in October 2013.

“While I am looking forward to serving the company in a new capacity, I am also extremely excited to see Joe takeover leadership as president and chief executive officer,” said Stan Sheetz. “When his father Big Joe Sheetz passed away, Joe added the store development department to his responsibilities in finance, accounting and IT and has been doing a fantastic job. Joe is driven, bright and has the experience we need to help us write the next chapter of our company’s history.”

As a graduate of the Wharton School of Business at The University of Pennsylvania, Joe Sheetz started at Sheetz in 1995 as director of personnel and became EVP of finance in 1996. He and his wife Wendy live in Altoona with their two children.

Stan Sheetz has been involved with the company on many levels his entire life, and has served as president and CEO for the past 17 years.

The newly created family council position will allow Steve Sheetz to represent the Sheetz family shareholders in company-related issues, while remaining as chairman of CLI transport, Sheetz’s dedicated fuel carrier, and keeping his seat on the Sheetz board of directors.

“We always want to be sure the family has a strong role in the future of the company,” said Steve Sheetz. “We’d like to ensure that Sheetz continues to be a family business. Bringing in a new generation of leadership is an exciting first step toward maintaining that legacy.”

In the featured photo at top is Joe S. Sheetz.

 

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A former newspaper editor and publisher, she once enjoyed leisurely perusing the grocery store aisles but, since having a baby in 2016, she is now an enthusiastic click-and-collect shopper.

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