The Nathan Krotzer team believes in community. We see a world where we continue to help you and you continue to help us. We aim to deliver high and consistent service, to advocate for our clients, and to be respected by other agents. Working as a team normalizes the duties of the team members which means we can deliver a more consistent service to our clients. High service helps our client make the right decision.
Meet the team
Nathan grew up in Wrightsville and currently lives in Highmount (Hellam Township) with his wife and high school sweetheart, Bethany, and two children, Annabelle & Benjamin.
He enjoys spending time with family and hobby homesteading. He is involved in Eastern York Rotary Club and a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Wrightsville.
Charlie, a licensed Realtor since August 1979 and with the Re/max franchise since 1985, resides in Wrightsville, and has been married since 1970 to Martha. They have three children and six grandchildren. Charlie's free time is spent playing golf, playing guitar and spending time with his grandchildren. He is a member of Rotary Club of Eastern York County, 2nd Vice President of Historic Wrightsville, Inc. and Chair of The Wrightsville Zoning Board, Member of The Re/max Hall of Fame and LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT, CRS, E-PRO AND Life member PAR EXCELLENCE Club.
Kelly Resh is the team's licensed assistant and comes to us with many years of experience in the real estate world. Kelly and her husband, Doug live in York and have one daughter, Kayla.
Martha Nace Krotzer
Martha moved to Wrightsville with her family in 1966 when her father accepted a call to Trinity Lutheran Church to be their pastor. She is a graduate of Eastern York High School and Baltimore City Community College with a degree in dental hygiene. In 2014 she retired from the Masonic Home Dental Clinic in Elizabethtown and became Nathan's assistant. Her free time is spent with her six grandchildren and walking with her chihuahua Janie.
Sue is a Wrightsville native and graduate of Eastern York High School. After living in Delaware for four years, she and her family decided to move back to PA to be closer to her extended family. She is proud to be a river rat! Her hobbies include yardwork, playing with her dogs, and tending to her chickens.
Pat currently lives in Carlisle and most recently graduated from Shippensburg University, where he was inducted as a member of the Pi Sigma Alpha honor society. He is a family oriented individual who was raised by his parents Mary and Pat Sr., and grew up with his three brothers (Francis, Michael, & Keith) and his sister Brigid. In his spare time he is an assistant wrestling coach for Boiling Springs High School, which is a passion of his. Pat had a successful high school wrestling career of his own. He was able to capture four state medals with two state final appearances, and currently holds the all-time win record for his high school, Cumberland Valley.
Janie, a rescue chihuahua, was adopted by Charlie & Martha Krotzer in July 2019. In January of that year, she had been surrendered to a high kill shelter in New Bern, NC and several months later found herself in Delaware courtesy of Saved Souls Animal Rescue. At that time Martha’s sister, Sue Nace-Jones, was living in Delaware and was actively involved with the rescue. Sue thought Janie would be a perfect pet for the Krotzer household, and she was absolutely correct. Janie is very spoiled but sweet, and she loves everyone that she meets. When she is not working in the office she enjoys walks, naps, and giving kisses.