Laurie McFaul – Past President
Billy Scott – President
Steve Alexander – Treasurer
Ellen Chun – Secretary
Steve Bunoski– Director
Robyn Cronin – Director
Doug Purcell – Director
Erik Schreiber – Director
Billy Scott is a past president of the Quiet Resorts Charitable Foundation. He is the managing partner of the law offices of Scott and Shuman, P.A. located in Bethany Beach, Delaware, and practices primarily in the fields of real estate, wills and estate planning, land use, common interest associations, landlord-tenant and business law. Billy has been a member of the Quiet Resorts Charitable Foundation Board for more than 8 years. He has served as counsel or on the board of directors of a number of charitable and not for profit organizations, including the Joshua M. Freeman Foundation, the New Friends of the Fenwick Lighthouse, the Sussex County Economic Development Action Committee, the Indian River Lifesaving Station, the Indian River High School Football Boosters, and many others.
Billy received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Villanova University and his Juris Doctor degree from Villanova University School of Law, and is a member of the bars of Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Early in his career, he clerked for the late Honorable Frank X. O’Brien of the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia County, Orphan’s Court Division, where he authored several published opinions on wills and estates. Billy lives in Ocean View, Delaware with his wife and children.
Ellen Egan Chun, Owner EEC Designs LLC
Ellen Egan Chun founded EEC Designs LLC an interior design company in 2015 after a successful 30+ year career in product development, merchandise design, and specialty retailing for major companies including Macy’s, Kids R US, and Babies R US.
A graduate of Fashion Institute of Technology. Ellen was born and raised in New York.
Spending summers vacationing at the Beach area. She became a full-time resident of Sussex County in 2015.
A resident of Bayside in Selbyville De, Ellen feels strongly about giving back to the community. She joined the Quiet Resort Charitable Foundation as a board member in the spring of 2017.
She is happily married to her husband David for 30 years and has two grown Sons Andrew and Daniel.
Laurie graduated from James Madison University in the winter of 1997 with a degree in Health Administration and Education. She started her career in Health Education at Frederick Memorial Hospital as a health educator. After a year of doing so, she moved on to her next career in pharmaceutical sales with Novartis Pharmaceuticals. Laurie worked in pharmaceuticals for 10 years. During those 10 years, she realized that the medical industry was not her passion, it was sales. Laurie transitioned into the real estate industry in 2001, just months before the real estate industry began its down turn. Although many may see this as a bad thing, working and strategizing through the down turn in the market challenged her to work hard and gave her the experience to be able to succeed in her current position. In April of 2013, Laurie became the Director of Sales for Evergreen Homes. Helping other to achieve their goals and helping to shape the look of our local community is her true passion and she enjoys it every day.
During Laurie’s tenure in the Quiet Resorts, she has spent the majority of her time dedicated to charity working with Salisbury Outreach Services. Each year for the last 10, she has adopted up to 11 children to provide them with the Christmas that their family could not otherwise afford. She has found that there is no more satisfying feeling than waking up on Christmas morning knowing that she was able to be Santa for those in need. While it has been a wonderful experience working with Salisbury Outreach Services, Laurie wanted to focus more of her charitable time locally in the Quiet Resorts Area. Laurie joined the QRCF board in 2014.