Kinedyne issued a statement on the death of Roger Pearlstein, vice president of sales and marketing.

Roger Pearlstein, Kinedyne’s vice president of sales and marketing, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, May 11, at his home in Valparaiso, Indiana.

“With a heavy heart, I share the news of the death of our friend Roger,” said Dan Schloterbeck, president of Kinedyne. “Roger has been an important and bright member of our team since 2019. We will lack his wisdom, his drive for success and his endless encouragement to help us all be better. ”

Pearlstein joined Kinedyne in March 2019, leading sales and marketing teams in the US and Canada to increase revenue using innovative and effective methods of marketing research, search, education and e-commerce, leading the company through a pandemic and beyond.

Pearlstein loved to study and ask questions. He attributed his success to his understanding of what was most important to customers. “We know that when we put our customers’ needs first, everything else follows naturally, ”he said. He also enjoyed teaching others, both at work and in the game. He has played an important role in introducing youth lacrosse to several Indiana cities, including Michigan City and Valparaiso. He coached lacrosse and women’s basketball.

Services were held on May 16. His obituary can be viewed here.

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