Linda, founding member of FOMT and the Founder and President of Friends of Strodes Mill, is well known as an inn-keeper, an event planner, and involved other historic restoration projects. She lives in the Marshallton area.
Mark Slouf, Vice President
Mark operates his own design and construction company, specializing in restoration projects. He has also occupied various positions on the West Bradford Planning Commission. Mark resides in the Marshallton area.
Bob Lyng, Treasurer
Bob, a founding member of FOMT, is a past president of FOMT and has served many years on the West Bradford Planning Commission. He lives in the Marshallton area.
Tom McGuire, Contributor
Tom, a history teacher/author, lived in the village and advised Linda that there was something special under the rundown apartment building eyesore at the east end of Marshallton. It was he who convinced Linda to contact John Milner, a well-known architect and expert on colonial building. They researched and determined that the ruins once supported a Revolutionary War tavern.
Craig Rybinski, Contributor
Craig, owner of a landscape business in Avondale, happened to be on hand during one of the formative meeting of FOMT. He offered to prepare plans for the gardens and park surrounds.
Tim Still, Contributor
Tim, who lived across the street from the tavern, made a cover for the electrical box and provided a drop box for brochures.
Chester County Historical Society, Chester County Conference and Visitor's Bureau, and State Senator Andy Dinniman
Alma Lyng, Founding Member RIP February 2016
Alma, a founding member of FOMT, was very active in FOMT. She was the first to arrive and last to leave our events as a loyal worker. She lived in the Marshallton area.
Founding Member, RIP December 2018
Dave, a founding member of FOMT, supported FOMT for 16 years. He lived in the Marshallton area.