ALAN T. "TED" REIVER
Alan T. "Ted" Reiver, from Wilmington, Delaware, USA, was elected to serve a two-year term as a director of The International Association of Lions Clubs at the association’s 94th International Convention, held in Seattle, Washington, USA July 4-8, 2011.
Director Reiver is a floor and window coverings store merchant.
A member of the Talleyville-Naamans Lions Club since 1983, he has held many offices within the association, including club president, zone chair, region chair, vice district governor, district governor, council secretary, LEHP Coordinator, Rebuilding Lions Coordinator and multiple district international convention chair. He also served as CSF II group coordinator, district chaplain, Kusiak Lions Youth Foundation board chairperson and treasurer, Delaware Lions Foundation grants and loans chairperson, Lions Vision Research Foundation board member and as a faculty member/presenter at numerous Lions Leadership Institutes.
In recognition of his service to the association, he has received numerous awards including Club Lion of the Year, PID Gene Polgar Fellow, PIP Clem Kusiak Fellow, Dr. Arnall Patz Fellow, PID James A. McCarty Fellow, Ralph N. Helm Fellow, PID Darley Travers Fellow, an International President’s Certificate of Achievement, a Presidential Leadership Medal, an International President's Certificate of Sponsorship, an International President’s Certificate of Appreciation and an International President’s Medal. He is a Progressive Melvin Jones Fellow.
In addition to his Lions activities, Director Reiver is active in numerous professional and community organizations, including the Penn-Rose Civic Association and the Board of Delaware Association of the Blind. He has served on several boards of directors, including the Claymont Community Center, Edgemoor Community Center, Sellers Senior Center and the Floor Covering Association of Greater Philadelphia.
Director Reiver and his wife, Ann, also a Lion and a Progressive Melvin Jones Fellow, have one daughter and three grandchildren.