The Middlesex Road home of former Fenner Precision executive Jeffrey D. Oak and his wife, Nancy, has been acquired by Melissa A. Lammers Dunn for $1.1 million.
Dunn, through 38 Middlesex LLC, bought the home at 38 Middlesex from the Nancy Oak Trust for $1.1 million on Wednesday. She did not respond to a request for comment.
The two-story, four-bedroom house has 3,889 square feet, 4.5 bathrooms, a full basement, two fireplaces and a detached four-car garage. It was built in 1930 on 0.41 acres, and last sold for $398,500 in May 1998.
Oak was vice president and general manager of Fenner Precision until the Mannheim, Pa.-based company closed its Buffalo operation in late 2014. Oak had previously been president of Winfield Industries – a Buffalo manufacturer of polyurethane and silicone rollers for digital imaging, medical and diagnostic imaging applications – for 12 years until Fenner bought it in March 2008. Fenner itself is part of Fenner Plc, based in Hull, England.
In late May, Oak's Pow Cow Realty sold the former Fenner facility at 852 Kensington Ave. to the William and Diane Hein Foundation, which in turn will lease it to Eight Days of Hope, a Tupelo, Miss.-based nonprofit religious charity that specializes in nationwide disaster relief efforts.