2019 Zero Heroes

At Kroger, we have some true community champions among our ranks. In our communities from coast to coast, they freely give their time and talents to local organizations, going the extra mile to make a difference. As trusted partners to hundreds of community organizations, they lift up the hometowns we share.

We want to thank our dedicated associates for all they do every day. The Zero Hero recognition is our way of thanking the dedicated associates—both individuals and teams at our stores, plants and other locations—who make our communities brighter by serving others.


These valued associates truly are Zero Heroes:

SUPERMARKET DIVISION
Atlanta
Stephanie Williams
Central
Abby Travers
Cincinnati
Bill Weidus
Columbus
Debbie Anders
Dallas
Johnny Gaines
Delta
Store #492
Dillon Stores
Hope Hoffman
Fred Meyer
Jodie Peters
Fry’s Food Stores
Store #686
King Soopers/City Market
Endiya Cheeks
Louisville
Store #737 Our Promise Team
Michigan
Terri Strong
Mid-Atlantic
Ruth Johnson
Nashville
Camille Davis
Ralphs
Marcos Hernandez
Roundy’s
Jesse Pomeranz Graves
Ruler Foods
Jennifer Zink
Smith’s
Store #93

CORPORATE
General Office

Adam Young, Connie Helmers, Sarah Golden, Amelia Geiser, Naomi Bluesummers, Jess Aurand

Joseph Maggard

Tammy Marmol

Collette Remsen

84.51°

Justin Conley

Holly Rohrer

Bill
Zero Hero: Bill

See how Kroger associate Bill Weidus helps end hunger in his community.

Amber Winchester
Zero Hero: Amber W.

Kroger associate Amber Winchester helps end hunger in Paducah, Ky.

Zero Heroes: Food Technology
Zero Heroes: Food Technology

The Corporate Food Technology team aimed to reduce and divert food waste generated in product development.