Nancy Case

Nancy Case
Nancy Case

Nancy and her husband Jim have vacationed on Cape Cod every summer for the past 30 years, finally purchasing and rebuilding their home at 28 Priscilla Road in 2008. The Cases have two children, both going west to play water polo and swim during college and consequently staying out west to start their careers with both now living in San Francisco. Leaving her career in Marketing Research, Nancy was a stay at home mom heavily involved in numerous volunteering positions throughout the years, including PTA president, chairwomen of the annual school fair, girl scout leader, and aquatics video coordinator. In her spare time, Nancy enjoys gardening, antiquing and cooking. They spend the offseason at their home in Old Greenwich, CT.

Sandy Davidson

Sandy Davidson
Sandy Davidson

Sandy Davidson is a life-long summer resident. She and her husband, Jim, moved from Mansfield, MA in 2004 to the family home at 9 Carver Road, the third generation to enjoy “Whirlwind.” Sandy and Jim have two children and one granddaughter. She recently retired from a career in non-profit administration. Sandy enjoys kayakingbirding and working in her garden.

Ann Deming

Ann Deming
Ann Deming

Ann Farnham Deming is a life-long summer resident. Her grandfather bought property on Nauset Heights in 1900. She currently shares a house at 33 Nauset Road with two sisters, Betsey and Polly. Ann spends the rest of the summer at 18 Surf Boat Lane. She has 2 sons, Bill and Chad Kessler, 4 step-children and 13 grandchildren. She enjoys time spent with family, beach walking, inlet swims, tennis and golf. Ann graduated from Wheaton College(MA), has an MBA degree and taught high school math for 14 years in Yarmouth, Maine. 

David Duquette

David Duquette
David Duquette

Meredith Farmer

Meredith Farmer
Meredith Farmer

Meredith Farmer has been coming to Nauset Heights since 1958 and her family has owned 4 Priscilla Road since 1971. She grew up in Hingham, Mass. She and her husband, Craig, spend much of the summer here as well as every other weekend during the rest of the year. The rest of the time she resides in Connecticut where her husband still works. She holds a dual degree from Central Connecticut University. In January, 2014 Meredith happily retired from years in the insurance industry in Hartford, CT where she was a project director for development projects. She has 3 sons and 3 grandsons. Her interests focus on her family, skiing, cooking and knitting. Now that she’s retired she can also spend more time volunteering, something her parents did extensively.

Maura Fitzpatrick

Maura Fitzpatrick
Maura Fitzpatrick

Bio coming soon

King Nelson

King Nelson
King Nelson

After 55 years on Nauset Heights as a summer resident, King Nelson and his wife, Lynn, built their home on the site of the family cottage at 14 Nauset Road, and moved from Briarcliff Manor, NY in June 2006. King continued to work in the telecommunications industry until October 2009. He now enjoys full retirement.  Lynn and King have four children and eight grandchildren. He served as President of the NHA from 2010-2012.

Kathy Pattison

Kathy Pattison
Kathy Pattison

Kathy Pattison joined the NHA Board in 2010 and currently serves as Corresponding Secretary. Kathy is a seasoned marketing pro specializing in guiding early stage technology companies in branding, positioning and corporate communications strategies. Kathy has held marketing positions with Fiksu, Color Kinetics, Apple, Psion, Quark, and various consulting projects to new startups. She holds a dual degree from Syracuse University. Kathy, her husband Dave Strickler, and their two children joined the Nauset Heights community in 2008 when they purchased their cottage at 1 Standish Rd, and spend as much time as they can get in the Heights during in the summer and shoulder season weekends. They live in Boston's South End neighborhood the rest of the year. Look for them on the beach in their Creamsicle orange 1954 Willys.

Scott Scharf

Scott Scharf
Scott Scharf

Scott, his wife Marianne, and 3 young children (10, 8, 5) are summer residents at 14 Alden Road and reside the rest of the year in Brooklyn, New York. Scott works in the banking industry, while Marianne is employed in the non-profit sector. While at the Cape, Scott enjoys clamming, Firebird baseball, grilling out, and the general outdoors.

Todd Shipman

Todd Shipman
Todd Shipman

Todd and his wife Mary fulfilled a dream when they found their Pilgrim Lane cottage on Nauset Heights five years ago, though they've been coming to the Cape for decades. They reside in the Charlestown neighborhood of Boston the rest of the year, where Todd works in finance following utilities at a rating agency. When not working, he golfs and fly fishes on the Cape, and soon he and Mary, happily married for 29 years, will be sailors after purchasing an Arey's Pond catboat this year. In Boston, Todd keeps busy playing drums in a jazz band and volunteering at church. Mary and Todd they have three grown daughters.

Dave Strickler

Dave Strickler
Dave Strickler

Dave is a serial tech entrepreneur, having formerly founded and served as CEO of MailWise and DWS. Dave spends summers with his wife Kathy and their two children at their home at 1 Standish Road and lives in Boston during the balance of the year. He is an avid beekeeper – a lifelong interest he was finally able to fulfill at the Cape – and the gardens throughout the Heights are all the better because of it. Dave is the resident computer expert and volunteers much of his time helping with all things technical, including running this website. Dave joined the NHA Board in 2014.

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Richard Thompson

Richard Thompson
Richard Thompson

Richard and his wife Ann have lived seven months of the year at 24 Priscilla Rd for the past eight years and plan to live there full time in the near future. He had a five year career as a professor of economics until the call of being outside as a hands-on rebuilder of old houses became more appealing. When he and Ann lived full time in Hawaii, he served on a gated community’s board of directors and as its treasurer for five years. He and Ann serve on the environmental committee and hope the Heights is stuck in a benevolent time warp that cherishes it forever! Ann also volunteers at the Transfer Station “Gift House” and is a dedicated organic gardener.

Pat Tyng

Pat Tyng
Pat Tyng

Pat, a self-described “city girl” from Richmond, Virginia, first visited Cape Cod as Jim’s fiancée 54 years ago. In spite of spending half the year on the west coast, she now considers Nauset Heights her true home. After early years as a stay-at-home mom and community volunteer, Pat joined Jim in launching a luxury hotel barge company whose vessels cruised the wine country canals of rural France. She was responsible for sales and marketing in the US, and passenger services in France.
Pat served on the NHA Board 12 years ago, and has volunteered for many events since then, including helping to plan and produce the successful Nauset Heights Centennial celebration in 2015.