Robert V. Witsil, Jr.
Rob is a native of Delaware, raised in Centerville, and earned an Eagle Scout Award at the age of 16. He is a graduate of Tower Hill School (1970), where he was captain of the football and baseball teams, Bowdoin College (1974) and Delaware Law School (Widener University School of Law – 1979). He has served as a Deputy Attorney General in the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice for the State of Delaware and was the Sussex County Attorney from January 1987 to September 1989, handling all zoning and legislative matters concerning the County government. Rob’s municipal clients have been the Town of Dewey Beach, the Town of Bethel, and the Town of Dagsboro including each town’s Council, Planning Board and Board of Adjustment. Rob’s general practice includes municipal and administrative law, real estate transactions, zoning, variance and subdivision applications, homeowners’ association law, and wills and estate matters. He is a member of the Sussex County Bar Association, the Delaware Bar Association, the United States District Court for Delaware; United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.
Rob has resided in Rehoboth for forty years, where he raised his three children. He recently retired from ocean rescue after fourteen years as a part-time guard and medic on the Rehoboth Beach Patrol and enjoys golf, biking, sailing, ocean swimming, in addition to serving as a part-time ski patrolman for the Mt. Mansfield Ski Patrol in Stowe, Vermont.