Members of Rotary of Westmoreland and their families pose for a photo during a service project at Habitat for Humanity
Photo of Rotary of Westmoreland member Frank Aiello in his suit and tie


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Shows Rotary of Westmoreland member Rebecca Hagen outside her place of employment: Falling Water


Rebecca Hagen is a museum professional specializing in collections management and is currently the registrar at Frank Lloyd’s Wright’s Fallingwater where she oversees the preservation and documentation of the collection and archive. Before moving to Western Pennsylvania in 2016, Rebecca spent six years working with the collection of fine and decorative art at James Madison’s Montpelier near Orange, Virginia, where she ultimately served as director of collections.
Born and raised in Minnesota, Rebecca spent the last several years living in Charlottesville, Virginia. During her time in Virginia, Rebecca obtained her bachelor’s degree in art history from Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia and her master’s degree in museum studies from Johns Hopkins University.
Rebecca enjoys volunteering with local museums and art galleries and currently volunteers for the Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Upon moving to Greensburg, Rebecca quickly fell in love with the community and wanted to give back while meeting like-minded people. She joined the Rotary of Westmoreland in 2017 and served as secretary for the 2017-2018 year. Additionally, she lead the club as president in the 2020-2021 Rotary year, which was arguably one of the most challenging times to run a service-centric organization.

Shows Rotary of Westmoreland member Dan Howell


Dan is a residential real estate agent for Keller Williams Realty in the Greensburg/Irwin area. He is originally from Greensburg and after spending 10 years working at Mortons The Steakhouse in downtown Pittsburgh, decided to move back to the area to start a real estate career. Since his first year in real estate, he has been among the top producers within his brokerage. Real estate is Dans passion and he loves to get involved with the community.

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Shows Rotary of Westmoreland member Keisha Jimmerson


Keisha joined the Westmoreland Rotary Club to become more involved in the community. Keisha is a native of Newport News, Virginia. She graduated from Seton Hill University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. She decided to continue her education and received a M.B.A. degree in 2006. She works at Seton Hill as the Director of Intercultural Services.
Keisha believes in helping others. She lives by “ treat others, the way you want to be treated.” Keisha looks forward to giving back to the community. She likes to support her teenage son’s activities. Recently, she has started running 5K races.

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Shows Rotary of Westmoreland member Sarah Leasher


Sarah is a CNC machine operator at L & S Machine. She holds 2 AAS degrees in Computer Technology. She enjoys gardening and giving back to the community.

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Shows the official Rotary International logo of a  cogged, spoked wheel



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Shows Rotary of Westmoreland members Mylo and Sharon Markovich at a Pittsburgh Penguins game


Mylo is the proud father of twin boys. His passions include kids, hunting, fishing and fundraising for autism awareness. Mylo and his wife Sharon are  members of the Rotary of Westmoreland club.

Shows Rotary of Westmoreland members Sharon and Mylo Markovich at a Pittsburgh Penguins game



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Leyla is employed by EMPOWER3 which is an innovative new model of healthcare that is changing the way we experience primary care. During the course of her career, Leyla has worked in the nonprofit sector helping vulnerable members of our community with hunger related issues, housing issues, mental health and domestic violence. She has also worked as a relationship manager, liaison, paralegal, bartender, waitress, soap maker, and professional “wooer”.

A graduate of Seton Hill University, she holds a bachelors’ degree in Human Services. She is a board member of Open Your Heart to a Senior and West Place/Club House. In her spare time she enjoys yoga, tap dancing and spending time with family and friends.

Leyla lives in Hannastown. She and her husband, Gary, together have three adult children Rachel, Haley and Jared. Leyla is a founding member of ROW.

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Shows Rotary of Westmoreland founding member Mike Reese


Michael is a partner at Loyalhanna Wealth Advisors of Janney in Ligonier, PA. As a Financial Advisor and Certified Private Wealth Advisor, Michael provides a highly specialized service to select clients. With the CPWA certification, he assists successful families with their life cycle planning needs, guiding them through the accumulation, preservation and distribution phases designed to minimize taxes, monetize and protect assets, maximize growth and transfer legacy wealth to the next generation.

Michael was the owner of Taste America Gifts, a multi-million dollar company which employed 65 people. He then entered the financial industry with UBS and Stifel before joining Janney. A graduate of Cornell University, Michael holds a Bachelor of Science. He also holds his Series 7, 66 and 31 securities licenses as well as Life and Health insurance. He is a founding member, past president and current Board member of the Rotary of Westmoreland. Michael is a leading member of the VISIONARIES at the Community Foundation of Westmoreland County, is active with the Cornell Alumni Pittsburgh Chapter, and serves on the Community Liver Alliance planning committee. He and his wife, Jana, have 2 daughters. Michael enjoys skiing and scuba diving. He is also a wine enthusiast and enjoys experiencing great food with family and friends.

Shows Rotary of Westmoreland member Nick Rosatti


Nick has been a member since the spring of 2003, is a past president, vice president, and current board member for the Westmoreland rotary. Inspired by his mom Faye Rosatti and recruited by Mike Reese to join rotary to help improve the local community. Nick has been a sustaining club member for more than 10 years.
He is an experienced Healthcare Specialist with Kimberly Clark Professional and has been in sales for over a decade. He enjoys working with local distributors and end users in western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Nick completed his undergraduate at West Virginia University, where he earned a B.S. in Sport and Business Management with a minor in Communications. Nick is an assistant coach for Greensburg Salem High School’s Varsity Hockey team. He lives in Southwest Greensburg and enjoys his    chocolate lab Desi, hanging with his young niece and nephew, and playing ice hockey.

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Shows Rotary of Westmoreland member Elle Speicher


Elle’s passion for community service and giving back began during a mission trip to the slums of Guatemala when she was 13 years old. Having been bit by the travel and service bug, Elle spent several years working with NGO’s in Guatemala and Ghana. Little did she know this was planting the seeds for her future personally and professionally.
Upon completion of her Bachelors degree from Grove City College, Elle pursued additional education in Washington, D.C. participating in a 10-month associate program through the Charles Koch Institute focused on leadership and nonprofit management. This became the foundation for a career in nonprofit fundraising, marketing and communications.
Elle joined ROW in June 2012, shortly after moving to Ligonier. She has chaired several fundraisers, built the current website for the club, for which she received the “Golden Web Award” from Rotary District 7330, served as president, and received a Paul Harris Fellowship. Elle is a strong believer in weaving community service into our everyday lives, and passing on the legacy of giving back to the next generation. Her commitment to charity work is as important to her as professional work.

Shows Rotary of Westmoreland member David Stanley


David has been the library director at Seton Hill University’s Reeves Memorial Library and an associate professor since 1997. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, he now resides in Hempfield Twp,  Westmoreland County. He received his bachelor’s degree with a major in English Literature and a minor in Biology as well as his master’s degree in Library Science from the University of Pittsburgh and his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from The Union Institute & University in Cincinnati. Most of his working life has been in various areas of education.
David became a Rotarian in 2014 after being invited to attend a meeting. He was so impressed not only by the people he met but also the mission and purpose of the organization that he wanted to contribute in any way he could. The decision to join Rotary is one he is still proud to have made. He is also a notary public and has been a Benedictine oblate since 1997. In his spare time he enjoys DIY home projects, movies, and constantly battling moles for ownership of his yard.

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Shows Rotary of Westmoreland member Aaron Tuscan


Aaron joined ROW in 2009 after moving to Latrobe with his wife Kim, also a member. His interest in Rotary began long before joining and was influenced by his neighbor, who was/is a member of the Pleasant Hills Rotary Club.
As one of the founders of Rotaract at South Park High School, Aaron adopted the “Service above self” belief and carries it throughout the rest of his life. As a member of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity at Saint Francis University, he and his fellow brothers supported many local and national humanitarian causes including Habitat for Humanity. He had the opportunity to travel to Mexico, Italy and Switzerland and saw firsthand each region’s challenges and hardships. He returned home with enthusiasm for humanitarian causes. Aaron graduated with a Master’s in Physical Therapy from Saint Francis University and received his Doctorate from Chatham University while living and working in Boardman, Ohio. While there, he and his wife supported Canfield and Boardman Rotary events and fundraisers. Aaron has served as ROW club president, treasurer, district conference chair and is currently serving as district assistant governor.
Aaron is the Physical Therapist and Office Manager at THE pt GROUP’s Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Rehab office in Greensburg and teaches related courses at Seton Hill University and Duquesne University’s John G. Rangos, Sr. School of Health Sciences Physical Therapy program.
Aaron encourages his 2 daughters to volunteer their time and talents at events and special projects held by ROW including Toys for Tots, the Miracle of Giving, the Giving Garden and more.

Shows Rotary of Westmoreland member Kim Tuscan


Kim joined Rotary in 2009 after moving to Westmoreland county from Boardman, Ohio. Her former employers were Rotarians and inspired her to join. Originally from the Altoona-area, Kim grew up involved with church and community charity events. She graduated from St Francis University (PA) with a Bachelor’s in Public Relations as well as in English-Communications. While there, she participated in many activities including the University’s annual Day of Reflection, Students for Life and volunteered at 2 orphanages in a study abroad program in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
Kim is married to fellow Rotarian Aaron Tuscan and together they have 2 daughters. Kim encourages them to participate in various Rotary events, so at a young age they learn to help others. Kim and daughter Sabrina were instrumental in organizing a coat drive to provide winter coats to children in Sabrina’s daycare. It grew into an annual project that has collected thousands of coats, jackets, hats and gloves for local children.

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Shows Rotary of Westmoreland member Doug Weimer


Doug Weimer is an educator in Norwin School District in North Huntingdon and local elected official in Westmoreland County. He joined Westmoreland Rotary to give back to the community and meet business leaders. Doug is a lifelong resident of Hempfield Twp with his wife Karen and 3 daughters. He is a 1988 graduate of Hempfield Area Senior High School and maintained local roots by attending Seton Hill College, where he received a BA degree in art education and pursued graduate studies at California University of Pennsylvania. Doug initially was elected to the Hempfield Township Board of Supervisors in 2001 and re-elected in 2013 to a third 6 year term. He has served as chairman, vice-chairman, secretary and treasurer on that board, overseeing all municipal government services for nearly 44,000 residents. He was elected in 2005 to Westmoreland County Repulican Committee and the Republican State Committee in 2006. In 2008, Doug expanded his public service working for the PA Senate Republican Caucus in the 39th Senate District Office. Doug is an active member of Otterbein United Methodist Church in Greensburg where he serves as a church trustee. He also is a member of the Westmoreland County Community College Board of Trustees, Masonic Lodge 518 F. & A.M., Lincoln Heights Community Center, Five Star Trail Board, WCRC executive board and life member of the National Rifle Association. Doug also has dedicated many years to the Boy Scouts of America where he attained the rank of Eagle in 1985 and has served as Assistant Scoutmaster and currently as a Merit Badge Counselor.

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Shows Rotary of Westmoreland member Carl Wooloff


Carl has been a Rotarian since 2012, originally with the Rotary Club of Johnstown, before moving to the rotary of Westmoreland in early 2013. Like many people, Carl originally joined rotary as a way to network, but has quickly learned the true meaning of being a Rotarian and enjoys the opportunity to have a positive influence in the community in which he works and lives.
Originally from Oxford, England, Carl moved to the United States in 2010, and has been a resident of Greensburg since 2011. Carl is a graduate of the University of Brighton located on England’s South Coast, and holds a bachelor of arts degree in hospitality management. Since graduating, Carl has worked in a number of information technology sales roles and takes much pride in his dedicated and professional approach to account management.
Carl is a keen sportsman and played cricket in the Pittsburgh Cricket Association league and rugby in the area. Carl also enjoys good food and beer, especially when coupled with spending time with his wife Kimberly, children William and twins Lizzie and Alex and dog Marley.

Shows Rotary of Westmoreland member Kimberly Wooloff


Kimberly Wooloff has been a member of the Rotary of Westmoreland since August 2014, however she has participated in some of their events and attended meetings before becoming an official member. Kimberly was introduced to Rotary by her husband Carl, who had been a member for a few years already. She decided to join because she liked the people involved and saw what great things they did and always had a great time doing them. Kimberly also is a self-proclaimed foodie and certified chef, loves movies, and adores her 3 children and dopey dog.

Shows Rotary of Westmoreland member Elena Widziszewski

Elena Daversa-Widziszewski

Elena Daversa Widziszewski is a lifetime resident of Westmoreland County, currently residing in New Stanton. She is the sole owner of Preferred Settlement Solutions, LLC,  a residential and commercial real estate title and escrow agency that specializes in purchase and refinance transactions, as well as a vast variety of other areas in real estate transfers, such as for sale by owner transactions, installment land contracts, and portfolio investment projects. In her spare time, Elena enjoys traveling with her husband Jordan and daughter Ava. Her family enjoys spending as much time as possible at their camp at Raystown Lake.

Shows Rotary of Westmoreland member Loni Yatsko

Loni Yatsko

Cleveland, Ohio native, Loni now resides in Greensburg after completing her MA in Sociology at the University of Akron. Lunch packing guru, chauffeur of the century, vacuum running extraordinaire, Loni is off the job market until her two kids are in school full time. Hobbies include sewing, running with her marbled dog, Marbles, purging stuff she probably still needs, and reading actual books. In her spare time, Loni is also a very active member of Voice and Westmoreland and strives to make positive changes in the community with inclusion and kindness.