David and Nancy Nurnberger
Ann's Place is pleased to recognize the over two decades of strong leadership and service roles at Ann's Place by David Nurnberger, as current chair of the Planned Giving committee, as past Chairman of the Ann Olsen Golf Classic, the Hope in Action Capital Campaign, and the Board of Directors. We are further recognizing the continued and generous support given by David and his wife Nancy Nurnberger, members of the Benefactors Society since its inception.
Together David and Nancy support not only cancer patients at Ann’s Place; they are involved in many community endeavors in volunteer and leadership roles. They support university scholarships through the WCSU Foundation, where they are past recipients of the Community Service Award, and David is a past chairman. They are both very active volunteer leaders working with impoverished children through Simply Smiles.
David has previously led the Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce, the United Way of Northern Fairfield County, and has served on multiple non-profit boards in the community. He currently serves on the boards of Ion Bank, Simply Smiles, and Ann's Place. David retired as Senior VP, Human Resources, at Boehringer Ingelheim.
Nancy retired from a teaching career in elementary education. She volunteers at Hidden Acres Therapeutic Riding Center, working with children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities; at the Creative Arts Studio as a reading and writing tutor; and at Simply Smiles locations in Oaxaca, Mexico and on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation in South Dakota.
Benefactors Society Recognition
Members of the Benefactors Society will also receive special recognition during the opening night ceremonies for their leadership support. On this occasion we will be renaming this distinguished group: The David & Nancy Nurnberger Benefactors Society