Meet our PTL

Team Member

Amanda Fritsche

Mrs. Fritsche is from Stevens Point (born and raised). She graduated from SPASH and then earned a Human Resources degree with MidState. Mrs Fritsche is married to Andrew and the have one child,  Molly. They also have a dog, Teddy, and a bunny,  Tokyo.

She's excited to help promote the PTL, get more involved and continue to grow her faith. 

In Mrs. Fritsche's free time she enjoys spending time with her family camping, hiking and attending car shows with their 1968 Jeepster Commando.

Team Member

Phillis Grugel

Team Member

Valerie Olinyk

Valerie was born in Dearborn, Michigan. She graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Business in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing. Valerie met her husband, Brendan, while attending school at UConn. He was a UConn hockey player and she was a UConn cheerleader for the football and men’s basketball teams. Brendan currently works at the family business as the General Manager of Mark Toyota of Plover. They have been Plover residents since 2011, the year they wed. They have two amazing children, Bria and Brody, who both attend school at St. Paul. They also have an Australian Labradoodle pup named Hoover.

Valerie previously held positions as an Account Manager for United Technologies Corporation, the District Sales Manager for Coca-Cola, board member for the Women’s Fund of Portage County, and committee member for the Ascension St. Michael’s Foundation Gala for Giving. She has found tremendous joy in the new path God has created for her and is eager to serve the St. Paul family in her PTL role.

In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, volunteering, reading, traveling and visiting family.

Team Member

Katie Rozumialski

Hi, I am Katie Rozumialski. I am a Stevens Point native and lucky enough to have ties to St. Paul thru my husband's family.  I grew up as the younger of 7 children in a very traditional, Roman Catholic home, and have strong faith in our Savior, Jesus Christ.  Unlike the rest of my siblings, I was able to participate in Catholic retreats in high school and grow closer to my faith thru the more nontraditional Christian ways besides serving, cantoring and reading at St. Mary's Catholic Church down the road from my family homestead in Custer.  Though we are a nontraditional Christian family, teaching our children to have faith in their father who gave us life is always been a passion to me and love being a part of a school who has that same passion along with teaching our future generations good values.  I am proud to be a new team member of the PTL and can't wait to help and grow our community.