Our Team


Victor Rottinghaus is a 9-year veteran of the Army who, in his words, ‘’didn’t DO anything’. Victor worked on Cobras and was exceptional in his work but lucky enough not to have been deployed to a combat zone. 2 of his brothers did 5 tours in combat zonesand still struggle with physical and mental traumas as do many of his former unitmembers. As with most units deployed, some of his friends didn’t survive the ordeals.His awareness of veteran’s struggles with mental and physical challenges inspired him to want to help.  By working toward housing security, 5PointOp is reinvesting in those who have fortitude and resilience which will strengthen America’s communities and revive the values and work ethic that will protect our wonderful way of life for generations to come. Victor
brings 20 years’ experience in finance, real estate and connecting people together to create projects. His passion to give back inspired the idea of 5PointOp, which is designed to create stability, maximize VA benefits, and mutually benefit veterans and their communities. As a support to creating self-sustaining housing and to fund the housing projects, Victor created Celebrating America 250. This movement will inspire support for the 250 th anniversary milestone for the United States of America and the veterans and service members that fight for the freedoms we enjoy. Celebrating America 250 combines love of our country and car culture.


Heather Mylan-Mains experienced the hope of wanting someone to heal from mental illness and addiction. She felt the loss of hope after losing someone to suicide when they could no longer cope. Her late husband struggled with addiction and mental illness until he took his life. This experience is something she wishes no one would share with her.  This trauma changed her and ignited a desire to help others struggling with mental health.  Working with 5PointOp allows her the opportunity to give back to a community to provide hope. She brings 20 years’ experience working in business analysis helping organizations to be more efficient and create solutions to solve problems. She is a stimulus for change as a mom and in her work. She has a passion for people, especially for those that have experienced trauma. She loves the United States of America and supports all those that have served and do serve to protect the freedoms we all enjoy.  She changes the world one smile at a time and has a talent to see the best in people. She
will find the positive in any situation, just ask her!  As a single mom, she demonstrated self reliance and this principle is important to her.  She is excited to share her experience through 5PointOp to support veterans in creating self-sustaining housing. Working with Celebrating America 250 allows her to share her love for her country and inspiring others to unite as a nation and celebrate this important