Casey's Executives to Retire

Fortunately, the CEO’s replacement has been with Casey’s for 34 years. I did not, however find information regarding the replacement for the SVP, Mr. Billmeyer who has been responsible for all construction and store development functions. With the new distribution center coming on line in Terre Haute, Indiana in February, 2016 and the geographic expansion into new states, new store construction, etc. it will be interesting to keep an eye on who fills his shoes to expand Casey’s geographic footprint.

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CASEY’S CEO ROBERT J. MYERS TO RETIRE AT END OF FISCAL 2016;
BOARD NAMES CASEY’S PRESIDENT AND COO TERRY W. HANDLEY AS SUCCESSOR
Ankeny, IA – July 13, 2015 – Casey’s General Stores, Inc. (Nasdaq symbol CASY) today
announced that after more than 26 years with the Company, Robert J. Myers, Chairman and Chief
Executive Officer, will retire as CEO at the end of Casey’s 2016 fiscal year on April 30, 2016.
Casey’s Board of Directors has named Terry W. Handley, currently President and Chief Operating
Officer and a 34-year veteran of the Company, President and CEO, effective upon Mr. Myers’
retirement. Mr. Myers, 68, who has served as Casey’s CEO since 2006, will continue to serve on
the Company’s Board of Directors following his retirement.

Casey’s Executive Billmeyer Announces Upcoming Retirement

SVP of logistics, acquisitions leaving company at end of June 2016.

He is responsible for gasoline and grocery transportation and distribution, as well as all construction and store development functions.

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

Full Articles:

http://www.caseys.com/sites/default/files/CEO%20Transition%2…

http://www.cspnet.com/industry-news-analysis/corporate-news/…

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