Left photo: LHU President Michael Fiorentino Jr. (far right) presented Business Hall of Fame plaques to Virginia Roth, John Cattoni, and Melisa Muhlenthaler, who accepted on behalf of her sister, Margery Krevsky.
Above: Inaugural inductee John Cattoni reviews the plaques in the newly-unveiled LHU Business Hall of Fame. Located in the center of Akeley Hall, the Business Hall of Fame provides daily inspiration to students in the LHU Business Administration program.
LHU Business Hall of Fame inducts first three members
Hall of Fame plaques unveiled in Akeley Hall
March 27, 2012
Lock Haven University has established the LHU Business Hall of Fame to honor LHU alumni who have distinguished themselves in business and in service to the university and their community. LHU honored the first three Hall of Fame members at an induction luncheon and ceremony on Friday, March 23. The 2012 inductees are John R. Cattoni, LHU Class of 1983, Co-owner of Target Systems, an information technology services firm specializing in Department of Defense contracts; Margery Brown Krevsky, LHU Class of 1966, President and CEO of Productions Plus -- The Talent Shop, a full-service, national talent management and event staffing agency; and Virginia A. Roth, LHU Class of 1981, President of The Partnership of Packer, Oesterling & Smith, a public relations firm located in Harrisburg, Pa. Induction into the LHU Business Hall of Fame recognizes these outstanding alumni for their professional success, distinguished service and upstanding character.