Nancy, and her husband, Roger Keller, and their black lab, Samantha live between the Delaware Canal and the Delaware River in Upper Black Eddy. Nancy has been a resident of Bridgeton Township for three years, yet has enjoyed the benefits of the Canal and its towpath for over a decade.
Having lived in Vermont for 20 years, Nancy has a good appreciation for the value of outdoor recreation, preservation of natural spaces and advocating for policies and programs that allow important historic places to be preserved. This “last towpath canal in America capable of being fully-watered and restored” is a prize that she hopes to assist in building and preserving as well.
In retirement, Nancy serves on the boards of Gardener’s Supply Co, The Huntington’s Disease Society of America, and is an Auditor and the Majority Inspector for Bridgeton Township. She is a Master Gardener and a regular yoga practitioner. She hopes to put her decades of professional experience in marketing and publishing to use to benefit the Friends through engaging members in personally delightful activities and bringing the benefits of the Canal to an ever-wider audience.