Trustees

Rachel Anderson
Wilmington, chairwoman of the Delaware Chapter of The 99's, an international women pilots organization, and recent recipient of an instrument flying scholarship from The 99's.



Michael Brock
Newark, flew 283 combat missions in "Huey" and "Cobra" gunships in the Vietnam War. Mike was inducted into the DAHF hall of fame in 2006. Mike currently owns and operates Hardcastle Art Gallery in Newark.


Duane A. Brown
Middletown, Nine years Demo Pilot flying worldwide; Thirty years Army Helicopter, Retired; Nine years flying  ARCO Go Patrol helicopter over Philadelphia; Twenty-seven years Corporate Pilot/Aviation Manager.  Member EAA.


Dr. Amanda Fichter
Chadds Ford, worked in a Delaware Ophthalmology practice for 15 years.  Avid aviation enthusiast prompted by hours flying in family owned twin engine aircraft




William H. Fitch
Wilmington, owns & operates CAPTURZ Digital Multimedia Services. Aircraft owner and Instrument-rated private pilot flying out of New Castle County Airport.



Francis A. Ianni (Secretary)
New Castle, Maj.Gen (Ret), U.S. Army, West Point; Former Adjutant General of Delaware National Guard. Former professor at Goldey Beacom College.




Bruce Lambrecht (President)
Middletown, Viet Nam vet (USAF), retired from the University of Delaware - Digital Media Services, Private Pilot VFR-SEL, Treasurer, Delaware Aviators EAA Chapter 1536.



Yeni Ocampo (Treasurer)
New Castle, Sales Manager for FlightSafety International. Member of the Delaware 99’s, Secretary of the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA), Member of the Greater Washington Business Aviation Association (GWBAA).


Mike Parry (Vice President)
Hockessin, President of EAA Chapter 240, one of EAA's most active and successful Chapters. Aircraft-owner and Instrument-rated pilot. Retired technology Managing Director and Chief Technology Auditor of JP Morgan.


Rogelio Rodriguez, Jr.
Bear, Major (Ret), Delaware Air National Guard; Flew 153 combat missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan) & Operation Iraqi Freedom. Roger was inducted in the Delaware Aviation Hall of Fame in 2013.


Brian Woodcock
Yorklyn, Planes, Trains and Automobiles is his thing. Aviation career in Flight Testing with Boeing and Piasecki Aircraft. Past President of Historic Red Clay Valley Inc. and Wilmington & Western Railroad. Current Board Chairman of the Hockessin Historical Society, restores vintage cars and is a bee keeper.
The Delaware Aviation Hall of Fame board of trustees represents a cross-section of education, history and industry as well as aviation.