Tiffin, Ohio — Local entrepreneur and marketing professional Suzie Reineke has been appointed to a four-year term on the Heidelberg University Board of Trustees. Her term begins in February 2023.
“Suzie will be an outstanding addition to the Heidelberg University Board of Trustees. Her significant business experience, community commitment and leadership will complement the experiences and capabilities of our current trustees,” said Board Chair Kathleen Geier.
Reineke is looking forward to contributing to the core mission of the university in her new role. “I am honored to be appointed to the Board of Trustees at Heidelberg University,” she said. “I look forward to working with fellow Board members and faculty to continue building upon student successes well into the future.”
A resident of Tiffin, Reineke is the Lincoln Brand Manager for the Reineke Family Dealerships. She graduated from The Ohio State University in 2010 with a degree in fashion and retail studies and management. Following her graduation, she returned to the family business and began a career in sales. She later created the dealership’s marketing department. She is a member of the Ohio Automobile Dealers Association and has held seats on the National Automobile Association Convention Committee and its Next Gen Thought Leadership Committee. In 2017, Suzie was named to the list of Automotive News’s Top 40 Under 40.
Suzie enjoys traveling and investing in her hometown. She and her husband, Weston Reinbolt, have completed rehabilitation/restoration projects on several historical buildings in downtown Tiffin. Their properties house lofts and storefronts. In 2018, the couple received the Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. (now the Tiffin Seneca Economic Partnership) Partnership in Development Award and the Young Preservation Leaders of the Year award from Heritage Ohio the same year.
Locally, Reineke serves as a member of the Tiffin Historic Trust and previously served on the boards of First National Bank of Sycamore, the Calvert Foundation, the United Way of Hancock County and as president of Findlay Young Professionals.
Additionally, Reineke Family Dealerships have been major supporters of Heidelberg’s Patricia Adams Lecture Series since its inception 12 years ago. Reineke has proudly represented the family business as a participant at many of the PALS dinners through the years. She was a member of Heidelberg’s former Fellows Advisory Council in 2014.
Heidelberg President Rob Huntington said he’s thrilled to welcome Reineke to the board.
“Suzie is smart, hard-working, always enthusiastic, dedicated to her family and career, focused on educational and career opportunities for students, and very committed to improving the Tiffin community and Seneca County,” Huntington said. “Since meeting Suzie over a decade ago, my admiration and respect for how she connects and collaborates so positively with associates and friends to make good things happen in our community have continued to grow. The Reineke Family Dealerships has long supported Heidelberg University in many important ways. I believe that Suzie will be a terrific addition to our Board.”
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