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M.C. Weeks, Inc Window Treatment & Design Staff


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Count on our knowledgeable and friendly design professionals to coordinate your decorating project from start to finish. They have received extensive training including design, measuring, installation and troubleshooting. As a third generation, family owned and operated business, we understand the value of developing trusting relationships with our customers, and so we treat you like family!


Natalie is proud to be the 3rd generation in the Weeks family to represent M.C. Weeks, Inc. Window Fashions as the area’s leading company and showroom for custom window treatments, specialty home furnishings, and design services. She has almost 20 years of experience specific to the design industry, and was an accomplished professional artist and entrepreneur as a child. After earning her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Boston University, she joined the family business and was instrumental in achieving the exclusive Hunter Douglas Gallery Showroom status, and the continued loyal customer following. She and the M.C. Weeks staff provide excellent customer service to assist residential and commercial clients in choosing the most innovative window fashions and best design products that enhance the beauty, comfort, and quality of their homes.


Nancy purchased the family business, M.C. Weeks, Inc., in 1981. She recognized the exciting challenges and possibilities still unleased in the window fashions industry at the time. Window treatments were a necessity for controlling light and privacy but she knew they would very soon become one of the most creative and artistic statements of design and performance enhancing our everyday lives. After studying art and design and receiving a Bachelor of Science in Art at Kutztown University in 1965 Nancy opened a sculpture studio and began the production of one-of-a-kind high fired ceramic wall sculptures and murals. In 1970 Nancy created a student mentorship program in collaboration with Seton Hill College, Greensburg, PA for art students with high ambition of achieving a successful career in the arts. In 1976 Nancy was invited to the University of Indiana, Indiana, PA as an Adjunct Professor to teach an advanced course in ceramic sculpture never offered there before. Nancy’s sculptures hang in over 200 corporate and private collections and are represented in many museum collections throughout the USA. She has had numerous solo exhibitions in galleries and museums, has participated in hundreds of invitational exhibitions throughout the USA and is recognized in many art publications. Nancy closed her studio after 32 years in 1997 to devote her full time at M.C. Weeks, Inc. on sales and the creative fine art of window dressing and design.


Boris received a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison after graduating from Kutztown University with a Bachelor of Science in Art. For nine years he was a professor at Carnegie Mellon University teaching Ceramics and Glass Blowing. In 1969 Boris established and built a studio facility for glass blowing as a new academic course at Carnegie Mellon University. He was an active lecturer and exhibitor of his sculptures throughout the USA and England. His work is included in numerous museums, corporate and private collections and he is recognized in many publications. From 1967 to 1981 Boris and his wife Nancy Weeks built and operated a full time production ceramic sculpture studio. Their work was exhibited and sold throughout the USA. When they learned that the family window treatment business was going to be sold in Collegeville they moved back to the area to purchase and manage the M.C. Weeks, Inc. business. Nancy relocated her sculpture studio in the old M.C. Weeks, Inc. factory and produced sculptures for an additional 16 years.


Rick is a U.S. Air Force Veteran. He was an entrepreneur for 20 years with his wife Donna managing and operating their own business, Bath Crest of Montgomery County, before joining M.C. Weeks, Inc. in 1992. Rick has received Master Installer Certification from Hunter Douglas. He specializes in and oversees all installations, motorization automation and custom shutter applications. He also manages our repair and warranty coverage department. Rick is a Deacon in his church and a devoted father of two sons and two daughters and has three granddaughters.


Joe has a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management from Temple University. Before joining M.C. Weeks, Inc. Joe spent 30 years in the transportation and shipping industry which required being very detail oriented. His personal interests and talent are photography and history with many of his photos used in publications. His extensive knowledge of art and antiques are valuable assets in our interior design business. Joe is expertly trained and skilled in all of the Hunter Douglas product lines and assists with sales, deliveries and installations of custom window fashions and interior furnishings.