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Summer 2015




and is responsible for developing

and maintaining new and existing

commercial relationships throughout

National Penn’s southern region,

which consists of Philadelphia, Chester

and Delaware counties and parts of

Montgomery County.

melissa (smith) reitmeyer ’86,


financial officer of the Mayer Pollock

Steel Corporation (MPSC), was hon-

ored by the National Association of

Professional Women as a 2015 Profes-

sional Woman of the Year. For more

than 20 years, Reitmeyer has played

an instrumental role in the ongoing

success of MPSC, a family-owned

company founded in 1888. Reitmeyer

began her career at MPSC as an as-

sistant controller.

Jennifer (Hansen) rolli ’86,

an author

and illustrator, published her first chil-

dren’s book,

“Just One More,”

in May

2014. She is also working on a second

children’s book,

“The Story of Claudia

and the Moth.”

Gregory Gottschall ’87

was promoted

from the rank of sergeant to captain

of the Bethlehem Township Police


dorothy (thompson) Perez ’87


ceived the Women Contributing to the

Arts award from the Lebanon County

Women’s Commission’s Hall of Fame.

An active member of the Community

Arts Council since 1996, Perez served

on the executive board of the council

for eight years and helped create

many art projects around the county.

Judith Williams ’87

was hired to serve

as an assistant professor in the

Department of Nursing at Marywood

University. Before joining Marywood,

Williams worked as the lead faculty

member and coordinator for the prac-

tical nursing program at Northampton

Community College.

marieke deWaard m’88

had her solo


“Distinctive Angles,”


played at the University of California,

Davis Craft Center Gallery. Working

from her own photographs and often

incorporating found objects, her ar-

chitectural-oriented work reflects the

building style of the country in which

michael Grossman ’85

returned to

Kutztown University to share his

success as senior vice president for

television operations for World Wres-

tling Entertainment, Inc. During his

time at WWE, Grossman helped with

such projects as putting on a wrestling

match in Baghdad, Iraq for troops

shortly after the 2003 U.S. invasion,

and the short-lived XFL in 2000.

richard Kline ’85,

the owner and

head golf professional at Sittler Golf

Center, was inducted into the Lehigh

Valley Golf Hall of Fame. During Kline’s

19-year tenure at Sittler Golf Center,

Maxatawny Township, Pa., he has

expanded the center’s programs and

merchandise offerings, earned two

Philadelphia Section PGA Merchan-

diser of the Year awards for public

facilities in 2005 and 2011 and won the

2013 PGA National Merchandiser of

the Year award for public facilities.

Jeffrey Brusko ’86

has been promoted

to senior vice president of National

Penn Bancshares Inc. Brusko has 27

years of financial service experience



Kutztown University graduates

come together at Community

Behavioral Health, Philadelphia,

translating great educations into

successful careers.

Left to right:

catherine torhan ’81,

chief finan-

cial officer,

robert covington ’92,

clinical care manager, and


nansteel-Bunt ’98, m’02,

co-director network improvement

& accountability collaborative.