Mr. Seilheimer was founder, president, and CEO of Sotheby’s International Realty Corporation, the largest marketer of luxury residential estate and farm property in the world. He and his wife, Mary Lou, are collectors of American paintings and furniture of the 18th and 19th centuries and reside at Mount Sharon Farm, outside Orange, where they have created extensive gardens, open by invitation to groups and the public. Mr. Seilheimer has served in numerous business and charitable boards reflecting a broad range of interests in the arts, education, conservation, and history. The Seilheimers have two children, Anne (Mrs. Joshua P. Prentice) of New York City, and Charles (Nora) of Charlottesville, Virginia, and four grandchildren.
Preservationist and Community Developer. Andrea took possession of Mill building remains in 1998 and founded Turn The Mill Around Campaign to secure the history of the Mill’s service to the communities of Fauquier and Prince William counties.
Mr. Douple has been the business manager and secretary-treasurer of Canopy, Inc. a personal services firm, and The Plains Redevelopment Corporation, a real estate holding company, both located in The Plains, VA, since 1985. In addition to receiving his BA from Dickinson College, Mr. Douple holds a LLM from Georgetown University and a MBA from The Darden School, University of Virginia. His thirty-five years of professional experience include tax, estate and financial planning, asset management and allocation of financial holdings among various asset classes. Earl is the father of two daughters and lives with his wife in The Plains VA.
As president and CEO of James G. Davis Construction Corporation (DAVIS) since 1988, Jim oversees operations strategy, key project development, and client relationships. In addition to serving on the TTMAC, Jim serves on the National Building Museum’s board of trustees as well as several other boards. He is the father of three daughters and lives with his wife in Middleburg VA.
Adrienne serves on the Fauquier County Planning Commission. She has served on several boards, including Citizens for Fauquier County, the Piedmont chapter of the Virginia Native Plant Society and the Hill School Arboretum. For 30 years she wrote the Backyard Garden column for The Washington Post. Adrienne is the mother of two daughters and lives with her husband in Broad Run VA.
| December 3
Celebrate Mill Archaeology
| November 28
Stocking Stuffer Saturday at the Mill.
| December 1
Giving Tuesday: Donate to Support the Mill!