Employee known for his ability to make history fun.
Long-time employee is responsible for the overall management of the division’s facilities, grounds and custodial operations.
Stickel served at The Old State House and the Delaware Archaeology Museum in Dover between 2002 and 2013.
Historian and preservationist served as the division’s director between 1984 and 1988.
Messina worked at the John Dickinson Plantation in the 1980s and 90s.
Fourteen-year division veteran died on Feb. 15, 2018.
Social distancing recommended in response to state of emergency.
Dominique Martucci and Tammy Dayton serve on the Business Services Team.
Report tells the agency’s 2015 story as seen through the accomplishments of its employees and volunteers.
Report illustrates the efforts that the agency has undertaken in 2018 to build a solid infrastructure that will preserve and protect Delaware’s irreplaceable cultural legacies for future generations.
Report illustrates the challenges addressed in an extraordinary year.
Ten division staff members volunteered at the Food Bank of Delaware on July 28, 2015.
Seventeen individuals volunteered their services in September 2016.
Additions made to volunteer-services, horticulture and site-management teams and at the Buena Vista Conference Center.
New hire serves as a cultural preservation specialist based at the division’s main office in Dover.
Hello to Emily Whaley; thanks to Alice Guerrant for decades of service.