Our Staff

Reba Bubb
Pianist and Chrysalis Director
Reba began piano lessons when she was 7, and has had an unending love for music ever since. With a degree in Business Management and Accounting from Wilmington College, her full life has included a career in banking and commerce. Additionally, she has travelled the world as the wife of a USAF Chaplain. In a volunteer capacity, Reba also directs Chrysalis an FBC vocal ensemble. Ladies, she’s also a distributer for Premier DesignsTM jewelry!
Reba shares life with her husband, Wilbur, and their 3 sons & 5 grandchildren.
Vicky Smith
Vicky earned her B.S. degree in Psychology from Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. She worked tirelessly for the children and youth of Delaware for 30+ years, 9.5 years as a social worker with the Division of Child Protective Services and 21 years with the Division of Prevention and Behavioral Health.  Upon her retirement from the State of Delaware in May 2017 and subsequent employment at First Baptist Church, Vicky is happy that she has returned to her home and beloved extended church family.  Her hobbies include NASCAR, crafts and decorating for which she has quite a flair!  In her free time, Vicky spends as much time as possible with her loves, Ava Reese Smith and Jack Rivers Smith, her great niece and nephew as well as with her feline family, Kitty and Callie.

Eugene Moore

Gene received his BS in Music Education from Lebanon Valley College, PA, and his MA from Delaware State College. He’s spent 40 of the best years of his life teaching in the Capital School District at Central Middle School. He says: “That’s where it’s at… Working with that age is the best!” He started as the “Guest” Organist at FBC in 1975, and… well, he went from “guest” to “best” and we’ve never let him go! When he does take a break, it’s usually down to the Shenandoah Valley and Massanutten, VA.

Gene shares life with his wife, Sue, 2 children & 3 grandchildren.
Philip Steinhoff
Worship Leader
Sanctuary Choir Director

Phil eats, breathes, and lives music. With a BA in Music Education from the University of Delaware and MA from Delaware State University, Phil  taught music for more than 42 years and retired from teaching in 2017. He continues as Artistic Director/Conductor for the Milford Community Band, and plays a mean bassoon. His hobbies include computers, reading, and sudoku.

Phil shares life with his wife, Margaret, and daughter, Lorraine.
Ramona Scott

Ramona takes pride in the work of keeping God’s house clean and healthy for our congregation.  She relaxes by crocheting projects and is a member of the FBC Prayer Shawl Ministry.