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NATIONAL REPORT -- Fastrac Markets, an upstate New York convenience store chain based in Syracuse, promoted Randy Case to vice president of petroleum. Case joined the Fastrac family in May 2006 as chief information officer (CIO).
As CIO, he introduced and implemented numerous programs that improved the reporting of information at all levels for Fastrac, and his most recent accomplishment was the completion of the company’s NCR Corp./point-of-sale upgrade.
Over the next several months, Case will transition into his new position taking on the operational oversight of all the fuel-related business, and will also manage oversight of various fuel-related relationships and participate in negotiating fuel supply contracts.
The company is now searching for qualified candidates for consideration to fill the open CIO position.
In other people news:
Chevron elected former Utah Gov. Jon M. Huntsman Jr. to its board of directors, effective Jan. 15. He will serve on the company's Board Nominating and Governance Committee, and Public Policy Committee.
Huntsman, 53, was a candidate for the Republican nomination for president of the United States in 2011, and he served as U.S. ambassador to China from 2009 to 2011, as well as governor of Utah from 2005 to 2009. Prior to his election as governor, Huntsman filled several government appointments, including U.S. ambassador to Singapore, deputy U.S. trade representative and deputy assistant secretary of commerce for Asia.
Huntsman was affiliated with the Huntsman Corp., which he first joined in 1983, serving in various capacities, most recently as vice chairman until his resignation in 2005. His is also a director on the boards of Caterpillar Inc., Ford Motor Co. and Huntsman Corp., and holds a bachelor’s degree in international politics from the University of Pennsylvania.
David Woodley, vice president of sales and marketing at Sheetz Inc., moved into the executive vice president spot vacated by Louie Sheetz, who recently retired. Woodley has led the retailer’s sales and marketing department since 2005. The transition became effective Jan. 1.
Woodley began his career with Sheetz Inc. in 1983 as a part-time, third-shift salesperson and then worked his way into management, becoming a store manager, training manager, district manager and director of regional operations. Over the years, he has played a significant role in the creation of key foodservice programs that include MTO, Sheetz Bros. Coffeez, MTGo! and Shweetz brands, according to the Altoona, Pa.-based chain.
Louie Sheetz announced his retirement shortly after it was made public that Joe S. Sheetz would become the new president and CEO of Sheetz Inc., effective Oct 1. Former CEO Stan Sheetz assumed the role of chairman of the board.