Davidson Housing Coalition Spotlights Its Resident, Elgin Nathan
“You can’t beat it,” remarks Elgin Nathan of the Davidson Housing Coalition (DHC) apartment he rents on Jetton Street. Elgin moved into one of DHC’s Jetton Street duplexes in December 2021. “I like the quiet atmosphere. I have nice neighbors. And, it’s a great location—close to everything. I just jump on my scooter to get to Harris Teeter or head to Davidson’s basketball games.”
Elgin, a 63-year-old disabled Air Force veteran, has limited mobility and appreciates the handicapped access that his current apartment offers. He served as a computer operator with the Military Airlift Command in California just after the Viet Nam War ended. He learned about DHC from his Veterans Affairs counselor in Charlotte. “The application process was a gem. I know because this was not my first rodeo. Candi (DHC’s property manager) walked me through everything. She was clear about what I needed to get into one of DHC’s rentals and she helped me get it.”
“I love Davidson. DHC is wonderful. The staff is very nice and very helpful. I hope to be here for a long time.”
Libby is a collaborative leader who spent her career leading change initiatives across the non-profit and health care sectors in Vermont and in the Charlotte region. She currently serves on the Davidson Housing Coalition board, the Davidson Public Art Commission and as an Augustine Literacy Program volunteer tutor. Libby especially enjoys time with her five grandchildren, being in the great outdoors, and living in Davidson.