FAA Nan Cavarretta Memorial Scholarship
Nan Price Cavarretta Adamson passed away peacefully on January 12, 2015 surrounded by her loving husband Don and her two sisters. Born in Pensacola, Florida on September 29, 1945 she spent most of her childhood years growing up in Hendersonville, NC. Nan attended Hendersonville High School, class of 1963. She was preceded in death by her parents, Irvin Earl Price and Eleanore Elizabeth Burrows Price and sister Nancy Price. She is survived by the following loving members of her family: Don Adamson, husband; two sisters, Peggy Price-Rennie and Susan Price-Stephens; Brother, William Earl Price; Son, David Earl Carman, wife Kathy, and 2 daughters; 3 stepsons; 2 stepdaughters; a granddaughter; grandson and 1 great grandson; along with many nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews.
Nan spent over 30 years in the apartment industry beginning as a leasing agent moving up to a Regional Manager. At the time of her death, she was with IWS as their National Territory Manager. An accomplished speaker and trainer, Nan was well known as a "Fair Housing" expert and Team Builder. Her passion was to educate, train and mentor future leaders in the multi-housing industry.
She served on the NAA Board, was Vice President of NAA's Region 9, as well as past President of the Florida (FAA), Orlando (AAGO), Space Coast (SCAA) Multi-Housing Associations. She received numerous awards, including being inducted into the prestigious Florida Apartment Association's Hall of Fame and Volunteer of the Year, multiple years. Additionally, Nan held several designations from the National Apartment Association.
- Born September 29, 1945
- Wife, mother, sister, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, educator, mentor and advocate
- Sadly left us on January 12, 2015