2018 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
Matt Hall
Central
Mike Smith
Cincinnati
Tina Huff
Columbus
Charlotte Sullivan
Dallas
Booker Johnson
Delta
Amber Winchester
Dillon Stores
Kristen Honeycutt
Food 4 Less
Renee Morris
Fred Meyer
Terri Gigliotti
Fry’s Food Stores
Luke Adams
Houston
Chris Foreman
King Soopers/City Market
Brad Crowe
Louisville
Doug Oberhausen
Mariano’s
Suzanne McDonnell
Michigan
Liz Olson
Mid-Atlantic
Jade Hughes
Nashville
Clarissa Whitfield
QFC
Amber Brask
Ralphs
Fawad Khan
Roundy’s
Charles Barthel & Mitchell Prince
Ruler Foods
Gary Dwiggins
Smith’s
Dayzjah Sagapolu & Gus Sagapolu

MANUFACTURING
Country Oven Bakery
Michael Brown
Kenlake Foods
Karl Smith
Layton Dough
Dave Ross
Pace Dairy
Charlene Hall
Winchester Dairy
Wendy Cheatham

CORPORATE
Kroger Technology
Denise Haskamp, Erin Neace, Randal McClimans, Jeff Pitzer & Devin Thomas
General Office
Dana Urner
Supply Chain
Ryan McCloy
84.51°
Melissa Bailey, Tiffany Barker, Stephen Eadicicco, Lindsey Hasis & Reid McCreary
Renee Morris
Zero Hero: Renee

Meet Zero Hero Renee Morris at Foods Co. in Lompoc, Calif.

Amber Winchester
Zero Hero: Amber W.

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

Amber Brask
Zero Hero: Amber B.

QFC Cashier Amber Brask is passionate about helping others in North Bend, Wash.