David W. Butterfield, President
In 2011 Butterfield was looking for an opportunity to become more involved in the shore community. That search lead him to a Coastal Habitat construction site. "Not only does Coastal Habitat for Humanity offer me a volunteer opportunity using my background in business and construction, the organization is extremely well run and is making a profound impact in the lives of individuals and in our broader community," he said. Shortly thereafter, Butterfield was invited to join Coastal Habitat's executive team to assist in the organization's ongoing mission in Southern Monmouth County. In 2012, he joined the Board of Directors as vice president and in 2014 he was elected president.
Butterfield is senior vice president of Underwriting with AIG Benefit Solutions, the group benefits unit of American International Group, Inc. (AIG). He earned a master of business administration degree from Monmouth University, holds a bachelor of science degree from the University of Vermont and has completed an Executive Education curriculum at the Wharton School in Strategic Thinking and Management for Competitive Advantage. He resides in Ocean Township with his wife and two children.
Robert A. Hart, Vice President
Hart joined the Coastal Habitat Board of Directors in 2013 after volunteering with the organization for three years. In his role on the board, he assists with Coastal Habitat’s strategic planning. As Senior Vice President of Residential Lending for Manasquan Savings Bank, Hart brings three decades of banking experience to the non-profit. Hart serves on the Mortgage Partner Finance Advisory Council through the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago and is a member of the Residential Lending Committee of the NJ Bankers Association.
Hart has been a volunteer for the local Little League for the past 15 years, including serving as president of the Spring Lake / Sea Girt Little League and an executive board member of the South Wall Little League. As well, he has served as president of the Wall High School Softball Diamond Club. Hart also volunteered as a member of Wall Township’s Business and Economic Development Committee. Bob holds a bachelor of arts degree in political science and minor in business from Seton Hall University. He resides in Wall Township with his wife and daughters.
Bob Fouratt, CPA, Treasurer
Catherine "Cathy" Farrell, Secretary
In 2008, Farrell began volunteering with Coastal Habitat and in 2011, joined the executive committee and board of directors as secretary where she is responsible for preparing the minutes from each meeting. Farrell also launched and co-chairs the organization's largest annual fundraising event the Golf Classic, held every Fall. She has been a licensed realtor in New Jersey for 25 years and is the manager of agent training and development for Ward Wight Sotheby's International Realty. As manager, she is responsible for the training and professional growth of agents in the Avon, Belmar, Manasquan, Sea Girt and Spring Lake offices of the real estate agency.
Farrell holds a bachelor of science degree in finance from Manhattan College. She lives in Wall Township with her husband and two children.
Quarterman joined the Coastal Habitat board in 2012 to "continue to improve the lives of those who have worked hard but could use a little help. The American Dream should be accessible for all people and Coastal Habitat helps make that dream a reality for many families." For the past three decades, Quarterman has worked in the medical field, helping people – from nursing as a LPN to rehabilitation to teaching life skills. Presently, she works at Enable Inc. as a residential manager, assisting those whose lives began as "challenged."
Over the past 15 years, Quarterman has gone from caring for infants at the Living Word Child Care Center to serving as the program coordinator of the academy, day care and summer camp programs to holding the position of financial officer. She is also the ministerial head at the Sunday school department of her church.
O’Neill joined the Coastal Habitat Board of Directors in 2013 to "help families rebuild their hopes and dreams." For more than 20 years, O'Neill was a Manasquan small business owner and today, after selling "O'Neill's Bar & Grille," works for WeatherSeal Insulation as the South / Central sales representative.
Furthering his dedication to the Jersey Shore community, he serves on the board of directors of the Joan Dancy & Pals and StayTough.FightHARD foundations which both address quality of life issues for individuals and families stricken with ALS, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.