William Heinzelmann “Bill”
Bill is a medical sales professional who takes pride in representing products that add value to patient lives, providers, and the health systems in which they belong. Bill grew up and attended college in Pennsylvania. While attending Susquehanna University, Bill completed a bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Global Management and played football and lacrosse. After college Bill traded in his cleats for a pair of combat boots and joined the United States Marine Corps to serve as an Infantry Officer for nearly 10 years. Bill deployed to Iraq twice with 3/2 in support of OIF, and once to Afghanistan with 2D Force Recon Company in support OEF. Bill also served as an Inspector and Instructor with 1/24. Bill is married to his beautiful wife Jackie, and they have two daughters, Lucie and Ruby.
Founding Vice President
James attended the University of Pittsburgh and graduated with a degree in history as well as Anthropology. While attending university he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps reserves and served honorably from 2001 until 2007 in the infantry, and attained the rank of Sergeant. While serving in Kilo Company 3rd Battalion 25th Marines, he deployed to West Africa in 2003 and Al Anbar, Iraq in 2005 serving as a fire team leader and squad leader. After university and military service, James began working for Allegheny County criminal court in 2007. In March of 2016, James resigned from criminal court and began serving in the Peace Corps. He taught English outside of Malang, East Java in Indonesia until successfully completing service and attaining the title of Returned Peace Corps Volunteer in June 2018. Currently, James works for the President Judge of the 5th Judicial District, Judge Jeffrey A.Manning. His personal motto, taken from service in both Corps, is “Semper Gumby”, always flexible.
Treasurer Reshekia Fraley
Reshekia Fraley was born in Florence, Alabama and raised in Houston, Texas, where she enlisted in the United States Army in 1999 as a Multi-Channel Radio Operator/Maintainer.
Reshekia transitioned out of the military in 2003 to pursue her bachelor’s degree back in Houston where she graduated with a degree in Finance. Reshekia has had a lifelong passion for helping others and for video games, so she combines the two as the area leader for the non-profit veterans service organization, StackUp, where she interacts with active military personnel and veterans to help cope with military life by using video games as an outlet to connect, communicate, and socialize with other veterans. Along with this role, she also volunteers for several organizations in and around her home in Orlando, Florida and is always looking for additional ways to give back to her community.
Secretary John Mcaleese