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August 20, 2013

MARC promotes from within in management restructuring

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A graduate of Meadville Area Senior High School, Nuzback has worked at the MARC for 29 years. It all started when she began bringing children enrolled in a daycare service she was operating in her home to the MARC.

Nuzback recalled those days shortly after her appointment was announced. “The director saw how I worked with the kids and asked me to come to work here,” she said.

In 1991, when Fisher was hired, Nuzback was named assistant director, a position she has held ever since.

Born and raised in Cleveland, Mauceri was hired as MARC’s maintenance supervisor three years ago, leaving Gould Electronics in Cleveland, where he had been promoted from line operator to shift supervisor during the course of a career spanning more than 12 years.

As for what brought him to Meadville, the answer was simple. “I met my wife at Conneaut Lake Park,” he recalled. “We both worked summers there — and we met, fell in love and got married.” Their first kiss, he added, was at The Beach Club.

Browns-vs.-Steelers issues notwithstanding, Mauceri and his wife, Susan, a Pittsburgh native, have been married 18 years.

“We both had close ties here and felt this is where we wanted to be,” he said.

Moving forward, both Nuzback and Mauceri are looking toward creating a bright future for the MARC.

“Working hand-in-hand with Christ has been fantastic — we’re a great team,” Mauceri said. “Moving forward will be very positive.”

“I’m excited about the new challenge — and excited to have the board’s confidence,” Nuzback said. “The board’s and the CAT’s plans for this facility are something I want to be part of.”

Mary Spicer can be reached at 724-6370 or by email at mspicer@meadvilletribune.com.

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