Chris Hartman, an 11th generation member of the Hartman family, to oversee procurement and retail of fuel products.
Chris Hartman has joined York, Pa.-based Rutter’s as director of fuels and forecourt, marking the 11th generation of the family to join the business.
In this new role, Hartman will oversee the procurement and retail of all fuel products for Rutter’s convenience stores including the Fleet Card Program. He will also manage the forecourt experience, which encompasses car washes, air and vacuum, EV charging and signage for all locations.
“Rutter’s has been a family run business since 1747. Having our 11th generation join the business on the corporate level is a major milestone,” stated Scott Hartman, CEO of Rutter’s. “The combination of Chris’s experience working in the stores as he grew up, five years with Crossmark as a food broker, and his master’s level education will prove an asset to the organization.”
Hartman brings eight years of experience as a Rutter’s team member and roving store manager to the position. He recently completed his MBA in finance with The George Washington University School of Business and holds a Bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from St. Joseph’s University.