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Truesdale remembered as community leader
Honored with Kirkwood Park legacy bench and Arbor Day tree
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C-I WEB EXTRA: Hampton Wright points out the Leaders Legacy bench and photograph of a tree at Kirkwood Park, both being dedicated in honor of the late Mary Sue Truesdale, who served on the Camden Parks and Trees Commission. The city later installed the bench near the tree -- which Wright said he hoped would grow as strong as Truesdales heart -- in Kirkwood Park. - photo by Martin L. Cahn
For the second time in two weeks, the Camden Fire Department served as the site of a Leader’s Legacy bench dedication due to pending inclement weather. This time, though, the celebration included recognition of Arbor Day as the city dedicated not only a bench -- which was brought into the fire station -- but the planting of a tree, both in honor of long time Camden Parks and Trees Commission member Mary Sue Truedale. A large photograph of the tree, already planted at Kirkwood Park near Dusty Bend, appeared next to the bench prior to its installation at the park.