AWB Board Vice President, Realtor and Volunteer
Dolores “Choppy” Rouse has been involved with AWB since its inception in 2004. Choppy fully supported Christine’s dream of founding a theater program for children and young adults, with physical disabilities, and helped in every way to get the program started. Choppy has been a realtor for over 20 years with Berkshire Hathaway Fox and Roach, in Haverford, she enjoys both sides of the business working with Buyers and Sellers, to find their next dream house! Choppy has over the years been on the Boards of Thorncroft Equestrian Center, Malvern, St. Edmonds Home for Children, St. Aloyisus School for Boys; The Philadelphia Antique Show committees, and several committees at the Haverford School when her 2 sons, Michael and Bill were students there.
She was very involved with the USTA Middle States and played in many Division 1 Championships around the country.
She lives in Haverford with her daughter, Christine, and enjoys her 8 grandchildren, several of whom volunteer for AWB.