Family Matters is a publication for Sheetz employees, family and friends. Through this publication, we highlight company news, product and program updates, employee news, and customer letters that flood our mailbox on a regular basis, recognizing employees for their exceptional service.

The newsletter is mailed to the homes of every employee plus a few hundred of our business partners across the United States.


4 Responses to Family Matters Newsletter

  1. Sandi Carroll says:

    It’s taken me almost a year to write this because every time I try, I get overwhelmed with emotion. My son, Ronnie, SAS diagnosed with leukemia April 10,2011. He went through chemo and in July he was strong enough for a bone marrow transplant. It went well. He was cancer free….until May 11,2012, when he and I were at the hospital and the doctor said his cancer was back. We were hopeful for another bone marrow transplant, but the doctors said it wouldn’t help, the cancer was progressing too quickly. He was in a hospital about 2 hours from us. My awesome DM, Ramona Kitt and my manager, Dolly Wetzel, collected money and gave me gift cards to help with food and gas. On June 13,2012, i lost my son to this horrible disease. It was the worst thing and the worst pain ever in my life. I took a few weeks off from work and my coworkers always kept in touch with me. They sent food over, cards, inspirational gifts, tests, phone calls. What an amazing family I work with. Holiday time was very hard for me. I was so upset and wanted to take time off, but had used all my vacation and personal time in June. My fellow assistant, and wonderful friend, Dawn Amistadi, took it upon herself to call HR and ask if she could give me a week of her vacation! What an amazing thing to do! Every day is a struggle for me. There are days I don’t know how I’m going to make it. Thank God for my Sheetz family. They are a blessing and I am forever grateful and thankful for all of them. Thank you Store #425! With all my love and heartfelt thanks, Sandi :)

    • Thank you so much for sharing this with us! We are very sorry to hear about the loss of your son. Also we are happy to hear that you were treated with nothing but the best from your fellow co-workers at your store. Sheetz is and will always be a family!

  2. Eric Bloom says:

    I have a very happy piece of news to share with you about one of your shift supervisors. Tracy Keister at store 426 in Carlisle Pa has been chosen to head coach her Special Olympic volleyball team at Nationals next June 14-21 in New Jersey! You should publish a story about this..its a great feel good Sheetz family story! Sincerely Eric Bloom

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