SUMMIT, NJ - David Dietze, President and Chief Investment Strategist of Summit-based Point View Wealth Management, Inc, was one of seven people recently inducted into the Mountain Lakes High School Alumni Hall of Fame.

The honor recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of school alumni who have made significant contributions to their communities and to the world.
Dietze, Class of 1974, founded Point View in 1993, and is a frequent contributor on financial topics, including numerous appearances on national and international media outlets.  He was part of the first alumni class ever inducted, which included: 
Jo Becker, an award-winning investigative journalist with The New York Times; Douglas Foy, founder and CEO of Serrafix, a strategic consulting firm and business incubator;  Richard Freeland, commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education; Chris Jenny, senior partner and president of The Parthenon Group, a leading consulting firm; Robert Reynolds, a retired director of Credit Suisse Bank, who now directs the Sriphong Phukaoluan Foundation, an organization mobilized to aid and support the survivors and orphans of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami; and Fred Simmons, general partner at Freeman Spogli & Company, a leading private equity firm.

Speaking to The Citizen of Morris County (,  Anne Mucci, superintendent of the grade K-12 Mountain Lakes School District, said, "Our graduates have been pioneers in private industry, medicine, education, and the arts."
As part of Hall of Fame day at the school, Dietze and his fellow inductees met with student groups and classes to relay their real-world experiences.