Nancy Naeve

Retired Community Activist in Austin, Texas

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A longtime resident of Austin, Texas, Nancy Naeve spent her entire career devoted to community service. She maintained leadership positions with a number of civic groups in the Austin area, including president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer of the Lost Creek Neighborhood Association (LCNA) and president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer of the Lost Creek Municipal Utility District (MUD) board, now known as the Lost Creek Limited District. Over the course of her time aiding the Austin, Texas neighborhood, Nancy Naeve advocated for Lost Creek to be included in a Travis County bond referendum that led to the construction of new sidewalks. She also played a driving role in the completion of two public parks among Lost Creek's 1,250 homes, one of which was fully funded by local residents.

Prior to her retirement in 2016, Nancy Naeve spent more than three decades working in the Lost Creek area, which dates back to her time with the Lost Creek Garden Club. She also worked extensively at Westlake High School as part of the Chaps Club and in support of numerous school projects, in addition to other community engagements and service.

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