More on our Board

Our Board of Directors is made up of many people you already know.  Their photos and their reasons for supporting the Rose Valley Centennial Foundation are provided below.

Click on each director’s name to read more about that director’s background.

Attig Mary Attig
Term expires 2020
“I joined the Rose Valley Centennial Foundation to help perpetuate the community feeling known as “Rose Valley Magic.” I have lived in many places over the years and nowhere else have I found such a large group of neighbors so friendly, helpful and proud of their community. It is certainly something worth preserving!”
Tami Caesar Tami Caesar
Term expires 2020
“Rose Valley is a uniquely special place to call home. I believe that the best way to show my appreciation for all that our community has to offer is to work to ensure that it continues to be a welcoming place of natural beauty with a strong connection to it’s past.”

Bruce Everett Hunt
Term expires 2020
“I was first drawn to the Rose Valley Community as a young student at the school in Rose Valley in the 1960’s. I loved the shade and the trees and walking trails of the borough. It struck me as a very special place and one that I wanted to be part of later on in my life. With good fortune, we moved here in 2016 and feel deeply rewarded by the decision and want to do as much as we can to preserve the magical history that is Rose Valley – the people, the institutions, and the good works. “
Lynn Kelley Lynn Kelley
Term expires 2020
“I moved to Rose Valley Borough in 1983 and soon discovered its unique character and history. I joined the Rose Valley Centennial Foundation to help preserve the historical and cultural treasures in this community.”
Tim Plummer Tim Plummer
Term expires 2020
“Rose Valley is magic place. We need an organization that will work to keep it that way and make it even better for generations to come.”
Jack-Reohr-Web Jack Reohr
Term expires 2020
“I am primarily interested in preserving the tree aspect, the communal pathways, and the natural spaces that make R V a wonderfully different kind of suburb.”
Gena-Scanlan-Web Gena Scanlan
Term expires 2020
“My husband Jim and I moved to Rose Valley over 30 years ago because we sought a house in a good school district. We received so much more. From our home we can watch the sun rise and then set. On a clear night a myriad of constellations, the daily changes of the moon, and the occasional echo of a great horned owl can awe us. Walking in the morning autumn light down our lane is something I would pay to do. Historically we can walk through lanes and see and feel the vestiges of over 200 years. From that initial decision to buy in Rose Valley, we received not only excellent educational opportunities for our four children but also a vibrant community, which preserves the past and conserves for the future.”
Paul-Schregel Paul Schregel
Term expires 2020
“I joined to help preserve the Rose Valley we know, so future generations can enjoy it too.”
Mimi Spangler Mimi Spangler
Term expires 2020
“I joined the Rose Valley Centennial Foundation because Rose Valley is a unique gem community, rich in arts & crafts history and landmarks that should be preserved and shared with current and future generations. I feel a strong sense of being part of the community here and want to help preserve the magic.”
Nick Slagis Edward (Nick) Slagis
Term expires 2020
“We moved to Rose Valley in 2016 and deeply appreciate its roots in the American Arts and Crafts Movement. As we’d expected when we moved here we’ve found our friends and neighbors are very warm welcoming people. I joined the board to be able to participate in, and preserve and advance the long held principles and values of this community.”