It’s always a great thing to be able to meet a member right after they join the NHWA. Last year, David Koster joined and then proceeded to drive from Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, to Fort Myers, Florida just to attend our Conference. He had just opened Home and Boat Watchdog and wanted to start his new business off using the best information that he could get. So, I take great pleasure in announcing the re-accreditation of David’s business for the second year.
David started Home and Boat Watchdog after many years of watching homes and holding keys for family, friends, and neighbors. He enjoys supporting property owners in the Delaware beach area who need him by saving time, money and frustrations, to have peace of mind while they are away.
David has been living and boating at the beach for over 25 years and had a house built in Rehoboth Beach in 1999. He is also a professional photographer. A professionally trained photographer has about 10 times more eye movements, paying close attention to detail, than your average person. David also has always had the ability to find four-leaf clovers in a patch of three-leaf clovers. This natural trait, observing differences in patterns and things out of place, is very useful in the Home Watch business. It also came in very handy at that conference when David organized the taking of our group photo!
David is married to Carrie Rest from Potomac, Maryland, his business partner and a bookkeeper. They have two young children: a daughter who loves animals, is a 4-H member experienced with animals, and a pet walker and sitter; and a son who is a Life Scout working towards Eagle Scout, Junior Black Belt, and a snow specialist. They live with their Boxer mascot, Apple Cider, and enjoy a busy family life that includes community, the beach, traveling, boating, water sports, sports, scouts, animals, church, and school.
As always, I wish you