Adelita began her journey to becoming the owner of VHF when she enrolled at Northern Arizona University in 1985. She earned degrees in Interior Design and Marketing. Upon graduation, Adelita honed her design skills but learned early that her real gifts were her vivacious personality and exceptional communication skills.
That brought Adelita into the contract furniture world, where she found her home at Corporate Interior Systems. Adelita became a Senior Account Manager. Her ability to envision her clients’ spaces, attention to detail, and genuine care for her clients, led to her success. Adelita’s unique set of gifts helped her build a prestigious list of clients, including Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and Orbital ATK / Northrup Grumman. However, her work on the Harrah’s Casino and Tower construction for the Ak Chin Indian Community is what introduced her to the world of Hospitality.
The Harrah’s project is where she met David Litvak, who owned Village Hospitality Furnishings, in 2018. David saw Adelita’s unique blend of gifts and planted the seed for her to join the VHF family, with the forethought of Adelita taking on Ownership. Over the next two years, Adelita worked closely with David to strengthen his existing business relationships in Arizona. She worked quickly to discover and build many new clients over the next year.
Adelita became the new owner of Village Hospitality Furnishings, VHF, on July 1, 2020, joining her entrepreneurial spirit with her husband Dave, who started his Landscape Architectural Design business in 2005. Adelita also has two children, Alex and Amelia, who mark the eighth generation of her family in Arizona. Her strong and stable family and their enthusiastic support helped her begin this next adventure in her diverse and successful career.
MaryAnn was born and raised in the Seattle area and has 25 years in customer service, office management and inside sales. She developed a deep appreciation and love for classical music when working with The Sierra Vista Symphony Orchestra in Arizona, for 3 years prior to moving to Las Vegas. When she joined Village Hospitality Furnishings 7 years ago, she did not realize that she would fall in love with the hospitality industry. David Litvak, Owner, took her under his wing, and patiently mentored her, developing the knowledge and connections she is so grateful for today. As a team they have been fortunate to work with some very talented and fun-loving individuals on some amazing local and international projects. Under new ownership in Adelita Rosenberg, they may have a new name and logo, but they maintain the same great lines and endeavor to continue providing excellent service with trusted manufacturers.
MaryAnn truly enjoys the designs full life cycle, from sales initiation, conceptualization and space planning through delivery and installation. She continues to maintain a close relationship with her manufacturers who in turn provide her with their foremost product knowledge. This expertise supports her clients and their design intent, while keeping their budget in mind. As a local she is delighted to have a small part in making Las Vegas look so Fabulous.
MaryAnn is the very proud and devoted mother of two beautiful children and 1 granddaughter. Her gorgeous daughter, Brianna 26, is a licensed cosmetologist at Dry Bar Salon in the Cosmopolitan and her handsome son, Griffin 21, has been working in security for 2 years with his sights set on a career in law enforcement. Finally, the light of her life, Brooklyn a bright, beautiful, and energetic 3-year-old little girl who is full of wonderment that keeps her Noni on her toes and overfilled with joy.
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David has over 40 years in hospitality sales with a strong background in fabrics, furniture and window treatments. Growing up in Cleveland Ohio and graduated from Ohio University in finance. David took his brothers fabric designs to New York in the early 80’s where he was hired as a contract specialist for Cohama Specifier Fabrics, followed by fifteen years as VP Sales for KOJO. As the founder of Village Hospitality Furnishings, he is very proud and honored to pass the torch to Adelita Rosenberg, the new owner of VHF. “I am sure Adelita will take VHF to a higher level especially in a Post Covid environment, with pent up demand, she is bound to be a great success and possesses wonderful organizational skills”. I am also excited that MaryAnn Strandberg is taking over the Las Vegas territory after gaining wonderful product knowledge over the past eight years as showroom and operations manager for VHF.
David’s wife Veronika has been a wonderful support, being an antique dealer and artist, she also lends her knowledge to furniture repair as a medic helping both Kellex and Mandy Li whenever her services are needed. With a passion for fishing in the Florida Keys, swimming and real estate investment, David’s goal is to add value to the Las Vegas Arts District by bridging design with Art, music and untapped talent through events at Village Courtyard located in the Las Vegas Arts District.
His Brother Steve Litvak, a noted artist will be moving to Las Vegas from Atlanta where he will be bringing his talent and creativity. David will continue to support the new team during this transition period as he slowly exits an industry that he has grown to love.