Weibel/Reese Weyhe Team
Weibel/Reese Weyhe Team
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Weibel/Reese Weyhe Team, REALTORS

 Meet Suzy Weibel | Meet Jillian Reese WeyheMeet Christa Watschke | Meet Cheryl Gigante
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Thank you for taking a moment to get to know us. The Weibel/ReeseWeyhe team is dedicated to creating an enjoyable and low-stress real estate experience for all of our clients. As individual agents, we successfully help many people buy and sell homes in the Centre County area. As a team, we have greater flexibility and availability for our clients and are able to capitalize on our joint expertise and experience.

Photo of Suzy WeibelSuzy Weibel

"How did you end up in Real Estate?" Every Realtor is asked this question frequently, and Suzy's answer is simple. She and her husband Jonathan had moved five times in the course of 20 years and her agent finally said, "If you're going to keep moving every time you see a house you like, you may as well come work with me." Like Jillian, Suzy has been able to experience day-to-day life in several Centre County communities including Boalsburg, Spring Mills, Clover Highlands, Park Forest, and now Dalevue. 

Suzy spent years as an educator, teaching elementary and middle school in Tulsa, OK, and middle and high school English in State College. She has also coached basketball in both locations including several years coaching middle school girls for the SCASD. For the past eleven years, Suzy wrote books and traveled as a speaker for young audiences with Pure Freedom. The Weibels have two grown girls, a seven-year-old grandson, and enjoy spending time with their Bernese Mountain Dogs who do a bit of local therapy work. Next time you see them out and about, say hi to Sherman and Zuzu. 

Photo of Jillian Reese WeyheJillian Reese Weyhe

Jillian discovered her passion for real estate after careers in advertising and education. Her love of her job is evident in her dedication and commitment to her clients.

Moving has always been a part of Jillian's life with childhood homes in Ohio, Poughkeepsie, Miami, Buffalo, and Central NJ. As an adult, she moved from NYC to Denver and found her way to Centre County in 2001. Since moving to the area, Jillian has lived in several State College neighborhoods including College Heights, Canterbury Crossing, Centre Hills, the Highlands area, Saybrook, Toftrees, and soon, Harris Acres. Needless to say, she can speak from personal experience about many neighborhoods as well as the overall buying/selling process.

Beyond real estate, Jillian is a diehard Penn State fan. She lives at home with her husband, Michael, one daughter, and two stepsons. She also has girl/boy twins who attend Penn State and the University of Vermont, respectively. Her family means everything to her. The family also has two dogs and one "grand dog."

Photo of Christa WatschkeChrista Watschke

In 1992 I came to Happy Valley as a 17-year-old ready to enjoy all Penn State had to offer for the "next four years". 25 years later I am still taking advantage of all that Happy Valley has to offer - it is my community, my home, and my family!
And, while real estate has always been a passion, it's only recently that I have added it to my professional portfolio -- and am thrilled to begin this journey.
As a real estate professional, my goal is to forge meaningful relationships with each client as I help them reach their personal buying/selling goals and provide a professional and pleasurable experience for all. 

Cheryl Gigante

Cheryl Gigante came to State College to attend Penn State and never left!  She and her husband bought their first fixer-upper in 1999 and have since bought and completely renovated two other homes.  She loves seeing potential in houses and properties, her passion for over 20 years.  Her other passion is people.  She loves meeting people and connecting them to what they love.  So, why not connect the two?!  

Cheryl grew up in central Pennsylvania has four very active boys, a huge yellow lab, Gunner, and lives in Lemont.  She and her husband have been involved in working with college students at Penn State for over 20 years.  She also taught Health and Phys. Edu. in the State College area when her boys were little.  She enjoys everything outdoors, especially gardening, biking, hiking and running.