Sheetz to change leadership
By Kim Leonard
Published: Friday, Nov. 2, 2012, 10:28 a.m.
Sheetz Inc. announced Friday that Joe S. Sheetz will become the convenience store chain's new CEO in October 2013.
Stan Sheetz, chief executive of the Altoona-based company for 17 years, will become chairman, while Steve Sheetz will end his tenure as chairman to fill the new position of family council chairman.
Joe Sheetz is executive vice president of finance and store development at the company, which has more than 430 stores in Pennsylvania and five other states.
“We'd like to ensure that Sheetz continues to be a family business,” Steve Sheetz said. “Bringing in a new generation of leadership is an exciting first step toward maintaining that legacy.”
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