ROSE POPOVICH, a mother of 4 and a grandmother of 7, is a Scott Township native who has been a Leggett Kitchens employee for 25 years. Rose began her career with Leggett Kitchens in Inventory Control in September of 1988. After taking some kitchen design courses, Rose has been helping clients design their kitchens for 25 years.
NANCY SUDSINA graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in Landscape Design and Construction. After working in Horticulture for 20 years, Nancy began designing in kitchen and baths. After over 10 years, Nancy is continuing to enjoy the variety and challenges kitchens and baths present. “I love that each project and customer is unique.”, says Nancy. Nancy finds small projects as well as large designs require exact attention to detail and patience choosing materials. Nancy uses computer design programs to create full-scale plans and perspectives illustrating her designs.
BETH WEBBER joins the Leggett Kitchens team in our Wexford location. She began her Kitchen and Bath Design career in Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C. area in 2002. During the last 10 years she has had the privilege to work with custom home builders, contractors, interior designers, as well as individual homeowners. Beth has designed not only kitchen and bathrooms, but also custom libraries, custom basement which includes elaborate bar areas, media rooms, entertainment centers and more. She is focused on the importance of how the space functions, as well as the detail and beauty of the end result, making it a space that is inviting and comfortable.
CATHY ZEISLER, of Marshall Township, is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University with a BS in Civil Engineering. She worked in the structural engineering industry for five years before leaving to raise her family. She recently has joined Leggett Kitchens in a support role and as a designer trainee. She brings a great deal of attention to detail and computer knowledge, including computer-aided design, to the firm. She is also an avid home-remodeler doing a lot of the work herself. She is always looking for ways to add storage and use space more efficiently.
DAN MUCHNOK – Vice President