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    Casey's Senior VP Sam Billmeyer to Retire in 2016

    He joined the retailer in 1992 as risk manager.

    ANKENY, Iowa — Sam Billmeyer, senior vice president, logistics and acquisitions at Casey's General Stores Inc., will retire on June 30. 

    Billmeyer began his career with the convenience store retailer in 1992 as risk manager and was promoted to the role of vice president of transportation in 1999. He has served as a senior vice president since 2006.

    In his latest role, Billmeyer has been responsible for gasoline and grocery transportation and distribution, as well as all construction and store development functions. 

    "I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to spend the majority of my career at such a remarkable company," he said. "I am very proud of what we have accomplished over the years and it has been a privilege to work alongside so many wonderful people at Casey's."

    He will assist the company with transitioning his areas of responsibility to new leadership prior to retirement.

    "On behalf of the board of directors, I would like to thank Sam for his numerous contributions and dedicated service throughout his career," said Casey's Chairman and CEO Robert J. Myers. "He has been a vital part of our growth and has done an exceptional job of positioning the company for future success. We will miss his leadership, and wish him the very best."

    Ankeny-based Casey's owns and operates 1,904 c-stores in 14 states. 

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