ADD Systems employee showcased dedication, spirit

July 28, 2020 By    
Sue Gampp headshot


Sue Gampp, a longtime ADD Systems employee, died in May.

Gampp began her career at ADD Systems in 2001 as a trainer in the company’s implementation department. She previously worked for NOCO Energy in Buffalo, New York, so she was well versed in the industry, ADD says.

Shortly after joining ADD Systems, Gampp moved to the company’s newly formed projects group, a team created to assist clients with large or unique projects. The company says she was well liked by clients and received overwhelmingly positive reviews for her work. Her dedication and easygoing personality made her perfect for the role, and eventually led to her becoming the projects group manager in 2015, according to the company.

More recently, Gampp contributed heavily to the creation of ADD’s wholesale group, a team focused on the implementation of ADD software for customers with wholesale petroleum divisions. She also took on the related role of liaison to the company’s user group wholesale committee.

“Sue was perfect for her new position,” says Rob Culbertson, COO and senior vice president of ADD Systems. “She put the clients first and really worked to understand their needs. She was a tremendous person, manager and friend. She was professional in everything that she did.”

As a symbol of Gampp’s spirit and dedication, the company planted a tree in her honor outside its New Jersey headquarters to serve as a reminder of their shared time together.

“Sue was a truly unique member of the ADD Systems family,” says company President Bruce Bott. “She will be greatly missed, and her memory will live on with the co-workers and clients she touched throughout the years.”

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Carly Bemer (McFadden) was the managing editor at LP Gas magazine.

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