Letter to the editor: Tracy Corbett made a big impression

It was bittersweet to see Tracy Corbett’s smiling face with her beloved sister singers of the Maiden Vermont Chorus in the Addison Independent while knowing she would not be on stage on Aug. 9. My connection with Tracy was through Meals On Wheels, where she was a devoted and optimistic advocate for the aged. “Going the extra mile” isn’t expansive enough to describe her work on behalf of those who needed assistance. We volunteers were appalled when her MOW coordinator position was eliminated but not surprised that she found new a home for her altruism at the United Way of Addison County. All of us who knew Tracy grieve her death.
Karen Cutler

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