Doug Rehak (Chairman), Robert Fanelli (President), and John Fanelli (Vice President) are the owners of Riverview Homes, Inc. All 3 owners are 2nd generation to their fathers who started the business in 1970.
Doug Rehak - Chairman
Doug was raised in Freeport, where he still makes his home today, and graduated from Freeport Area High School. He then attended Allegheny College in Meadville and graduated with a B.S. in Economics and History. He started working at Riverview Homes in the 1970's, in the service department. After graduating from college, he worked in the sales department for many years before becoming the Corporate Service Manager and part owner. He is also a licensed Insurance Agent, managing the Riverview Homes, Inc. Agency. Doug is also a PA Certified Manufactured Housing Installer.
Robert Fanelli - President
Robert graduated from Kiski Area High School in 1979, and has worked in the family business in one form or another since its opening in 1970. He worked Saturdays, summers, and after school for years. He started out washing cars and eventually moved on to the service department. Once he turned 16, he started working in the sales office after school and on weekends. He graduated from Indiana University of PA with a degree in business in 1982, and immediately went to work at Riverview full-time. Since 1982, he has worked at all of the Riverview sales centers, but mainly worked alongside his dad at the headquarters in Vandergrift. Upon his dad's retirement in the early 90's, he was elected to the position of President.
John Fanelli - Vice President
John has been involved in Riverview Homes since childhood. He started in the service department as a "lot boy" while he was still in Junior High. Eventually, he worked his way up to a driver's position, where he delivered and installed homes until 1988. He then moved into the sales department at the Vandergrift Sales Center. Currently, as Vice President, he manages the sales team at RHI. John was elected to the PA Manufactured Housing Association Board in 2001, and still holds a board seat as the Southwest District Director. He also serves as the chairman of PMHA's Retailer Committee, and sits on their P.A.C. Committee. John sits on both the Commodore Homes and Pennwest Homes Builder Councils. He is also very involved with RHI's in-house training program.