Judy Scavone worked to preserve the Nisqually River corridor in her roles with the Mount Tahoma Trails Association and the Nisqually Land Trust. She died Tuesday after a battle with cancer that lasted more than two years.
Judy Scavone worked to preserve the Nisqually River corridor in her roles with the Mount Tahoma Trails Association and the Nisqually Land Trust. She died Tuesday after a battle with cancer that lasted more than two years. Nisqually Land Trust Courtesy
Judy Scavone worked to preserve the Nisqually River corridor in her roles with the Mount Tahoma Trails Association and the Nisqually Land Trust. She died Tuesday after a battle with cancer that lasted more than two years. Nisqually Land Trust Courtesy

Judy Scavone, Nisqually corridor advocate, succumbs to cancer

July 31, 2015 08:15 AM

UPDATED August 03, 2015 06:16 AM

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