Rick Hardy a long-time resident of Dewey Beach, was unanimously approved by the Board to serve as SOLA3 Treasurer. He has held important managerial and financial positions in the U.S. and abroad with IKEA and Deloitt & Touche. He is a former owner Coho’s market in Rehoboth and has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from Temple University. Rick is also managing our lakes’ water testing project in partnership with the University of Delaware. He succeeds Dan Payne, SOLA3’s long-serving treasurer.

The board also unanimously approved Mike Boyd as a Director.

Mike served as SOLA3’s first Vice President until 2017 and was very involved in drafting organizational documents as well as working on solutions to improve the Rehoboth lakes. He worked for the Environmental Protection Agency in the Office of Air Radiation in Washington, DC. After 34 years of distinguished service, he retired from that position in 2022.

Mike currently serves on the Boards of his professional society, the Health Physics Society (HPS), and the U.S. National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements. In 2020, he received the HPS Distinguished Public Service Award. He has a BS in Biology and MS in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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