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Enmark Stations Inc. named
Tom Kelly director of
operations following the retirement of longtime director
of operations Jerry Morris.
Kelly comes to Enmark from
Murphy USA, where he
served as division manager.
promotion of Randy
Case from CIO to
vice president of
1, Sheetz Inc.
announced the re-
tirement of Executive Vice President Louie Sheetz,
after having served in various positions in the family
business since 1977. Sheetz will stay involved in the
company as a member
of the Sheetz Board of
Directors. His position
has been filled by David
Woodley, who has led
the Sheetz marketing
department since 2005.
Cash Depot announced
Scott Hill as the new
senior vice president of
sales and marketing. Hill previously served as vice president
of Jack Link’s Convenience & World Kitchen Sales for Link
Snacks Inc. (Jack Link’s Beef Jerky).
Ready Pac Foods Inc. named
Bob Estes as its new chief
Aloha Petroleum Ltd.
donated $4,443 to the
American Heart Associa-
tion, Hawaii Division. The
funds were raised through
canister collection donations at participating Aloha
Island Mart and Shell locations across the state.
Geo. H. Green Oil Co. Inc. raised $23,000 for three
local different charities during in 2013: the Empty
Stocking Fund of greater Atlanta, In His Great Name
Ministry and the Welcome House of Newnan, Georgia.
Rutter’s donated $213,000 to Central Pennsylvania
charities in 2013, elevating the company’s charitable
giving total to $3.7 million over the last 10 years.
Taylor, Michigan-based Atlas Oil Company has been
recognized as one of the Achievers 50 Most Engaged
Workplaces in the United States. “Our Atlas team members have a passion for this business and they work
hard every day to exceed our customers’ expectations.
We are proud to be able to attract high caliber talent
to the company and our employee engagement is a
key component in our recruiting efforts,” said Michael
Evans, president and COO of Atlas Oil Company.
QuickChek Corporation, based in Whitehouse Station,
New Jersey, has been named one of the Best Places to
Work for in New York State for the second consecutive
year. “We strive to be the neighborhood shopping destination close to where our customers live,” said QuickChek
CEO Dean Durling. “With over 3,500 team members in
over 130 stores, we look to create a positive experience and
fun environment where core values are nurtured, hard work
is rewarded and leadership is cultivated.”
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: JEN CHAHANOVICH, RICHARD PARRY, LORI
SUAN AND DR. LIBBY CHAR
BOB ESTES QUICKCHEK CORPORATION