Lee, founder of Friends of Historic Riverview Cemetery (FHRC,) is a licensed psychologist in private practice since 1985. She provides a wide range of mental health services to DE and PA communities. Dr. Anderson served as Board President for Supporting Kidds –The Center for Grieving Children and their Families; and founded a state-wide Delaware Grief Awareness Coalition. She is a long- standing member of the Delaware Psychological Association. In addition to
her clinical practice, in 2005 Lee self-published Riverview Cemetery: Reading the Stones — A Collection of Memories from the First State. Her advocacy paved the way for the creation of FHRC.
Tedd has been an active
board member since January 2009. He retired as a Chief Warrant Officer Three from
the U.S. Army in 1983 where he served in various military intelligence organizations.
He is a former VP of Com- puter Sciences Corporation, and former President &
COO of Pilar Services, Inc. Previously, he was a corp- orate recruiter for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Central Maryland Chapter, and was President of the Better Com- munity Committee responsible for supporting a South
Korean orphanage. He is currently retired.
Mary King has been FHRC Board of Directors Secretary since 2009. She recently retired from the construction management industry as a Senior Project Manager at EDiS Company. During 39 years with EDiS, she man- aged cost, quality, and scheduling for 68 projects valued at $190 million. Mary was a member of the National Association of Women in Construction for over 20 years, serving in several board positions. She began volunteering at River- view in 1999 when it was neglected. As a member of the "boots-on-the-ground" Board, she continues to assist with a variety of duties in the operation of the cemetery.
The Office of the Mayor presented
Historic Riverview Cemetery
Board of Directors
2014 Wilmington Award for Leadership
in Community Building
A cemetery has the potential to draw people together from all walks of life and all parts of the world. The Board of Directors govern every aspect of the organization and provide exceptional "boots on the ground" service, always leading by example. A Volunteer-Partnership Model is used to operate, maintain, restore, and preserve the cemetery — resulting in an expanding community of talented, dedicated, and passionate people who are inter-dependent on one another.
The impact of FHRC is visible (healthy trees, trimmed grass, repaired monuments, new flower beds); and relational in bringing people together for a common purpose. The City of Wilmington can be proud that under the leadership of the FHRC Board of Directors, this historic cemetery once again provides dignified burials in a place of beauty, peace, and honor.
Riverview Cemetery is a place where all are welcome.
Kate Wilhere, C.P.A. (ret)
Kate, founding board member of FHRC, retired as Managing Director of
Cover & Rossiter, P.A. in Wilmington, DE. She was recently
chair of the Board of Managers,
Nemours/A.I. DuPont Hospital. Kate
served on the Nemours Board for 15 years. She was an Associate
Professor at the University of Delaware School of
Urban Affairs and Public Policy where she taught Non-Profit Financial
for 14 years. She previously served on the governing boards of West End Neighborhood House,
Cornerstone West and Newark Child
Dodd joined the FHRC Board in 2014 with a variety of small business
experience. She co-owned a high-end toy
Rehoboth Beach and was
a partner in a relocation business where she was responsible for
managing costs, bookkeeping and
coordination of people. Debbie and
her husband set up a US operation for Myo Health, a company that
manufactures dental products.
As Administrative Assistant she managed
internal staff, contractors, computer systems, bookkeeping and company
payroll. In her personal
time, she chaired the "Quack Pack" chapter of Delaware Ducks Unlimited (one of the largest conservation organizations in the world).