Riddle Village Executive Board Members

Edward McKillip

Director, Chair
Director of Finance – Main Line Health from 2004 to present; Riddle Hospital from 2011 to present.

Elizabeth Craig

DNP, RN, FACHE, Vice Chair
Chief Nursing Officer, Pennsylvania Hospital – Penn Medicine.

Joseph E. Lundy

Esq., Director
Attorney, Non-Profit Law, Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, LLP.

Robert F. Fischer

CPA, Director, Treasurer
CPA and Consultant, Fischer Cunnane and Associates, Certified Public Accountants; Director of the Riddle HealthCare Foundation from 2003 to present.

Maria Bucco
Maria C. Bucco

DO, Director
Physician, Internal Medicine, Riddle Hospital.

Thomas A. Goldsmith, Jr.

Director, Secretary
Founder and President of Flagship Capital Management

Rosemary Morse

Director of Liturgy, St. Denis Parish, Havertown, A 1987-1993; Director of Liturgy, St Thomas of Villanova Parish, Villanova, PA, 1993-2009, Riddle Village Resident Since 2012

Barbara Rizzo
Barbara Rizzo


Vice President of Operations 1995-1999, Premier Dental Products, Controller 1979-1999, Premier Dental Products, Riddle Village Resident Since 2017

Other Officers (Non-Directors)

Kimberly Roguszewski, President, Assistant Secretary & Assistant Treasurer

President/Chief Executive Officer of Riddle Village

Ronald J. Waterman, Vice President

Executive Vice President


It has taken a lot of the stress off my family members because they don’t have to worry. It means security. I’ve experienced Independent Living and Monticello, and I’ve made friends in both!
Helen, Riddle Village Resident

The population of our elders are living longer, and families are not always able to care for their loved ones on their own. One of the benefits of having Personal Care at Riddle Village is the 24-hour supervised setting that gives a structured environment. We provide emotional, physical, mental, spiritual, and social support. To sum it all up: we offer a loving, safe environment allowing our residents to live life to the fullest while providing assistance needed to maintain their dignity.

Cynthia McMillian, Nursing Supervisor