Honoring Tammy McKay


The Wilmington Public Library was the site Saturday morning for the dedication of four trees donated in memory of Tammy McKay, who died in July 2017. The trees are two Nannyberry Viburnums, a Bur Oak and a White Oak. McKay had served as secretary of the former Clinton County Environmental Protection Association, Clinton Streamkeepers, and the Wilmington Tree Commission. Shown, Tammy’s husband, Mark McKay, addresses attendees including, from left, grandchild Lexi Burke, son-in-law Cale Burke, daughter Kristin Burke, son-in-law Stuart Maguire (hidden), daughter Tracy Maguire, and grandchild Archer Maguire.

The Wilmington Public Library was the site Saturday morning for the dedication of four trees donated in memory of Tammy McKay, who died in July 2017. The trees are two Nannyberry Viburnums, a Bur Oak and a White Oak. McKay had served as secretary of the former Clinton County Environmental Protection Association, Clinton Streamkeepers, and the Wilmington Tree Commission. Shown, Tammy’s husband, Mark McKay, addresses attendees including, from left, grandchild Lexi Burke, son-in-law Cale Burke, daughter Kristin Burke, son-in-law Stuart Maguire (hidden), daughter Tracy Maguire, and grandchild Archer Maguire.


Don Spurlock of the Clinton Streamkeepers addresses the attendees.


Chris Hodson, Wilmington Tree Commission, speaks to the attendees.


Marie Butcher gives a personal tribute to Tammy McKay.


The Wilmington Public Library was the site Saturday morning for the dedication of four trees donated in memory of Tammy McKay, who died in July 2017. The trees are two Nannyberry Viburnums, a Bur Oak and a White Oak. McKay had served as secretary of the former Clinton County Environmental Protection Association, Clinton Streamkeepers, and the Wilmington Tree Commission. Shown, Tammy’s husband, Mark McKay, addresses attendees including, from left, grandchild Lexi Burke, son-in-law Cale Burke, daughter Kristin Burke, son-in-law Stuart Maguire (hidden), daughter Tracy Maguire, and grandchild Archer Maguire.

Don Spurlock of the Clinton Streamkeepers addresses the attendees.

Chris Hodson, Wilmington Tree Commission, speaks to the attendees.

Marie Butcher gives a personal tribute to Tammy McKay.

The Wilmington Public Library was the site Saturday morning for the dedication of four trees donated in memory of Tammy McKay, who died in July 2017. The trees are two Nannyberry Viburnums, a Bur Oak and a White Oak. McKay had served as secretary of the former Clinton County Environmental Protection Association, Clinton Streamkeepers, and the Wilmington Tree Commission. Shown, Tammy’s husband, Mark McKay, addresses attendees including, from left, grandchild Lexi Burke, son-in-law Cale Burke, daughter Kristin Burke, son-in-law Stuart Maguire (hidden), daughter Tracy Maguire, and grandchild Archer Maguire.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_McKay-family.jpgThe Wilmington Public Library was the site Saturday morning for the dedication of four trees donated in memory of Tammy McKay, who died in July 2017. The trees are two Nannyberry Viburnums, a Bur Oak and a White Oak. McKay had served as secretary of the former Clinton County Environmental Protection Association, Clinton Streamkeepers, and the Wilmington Tree Commission. Shown, Tammy’s husband, Mark McKay, addresses attendees including, from left, grandchild Lexi Burke, son-in-law Cale Burke, daughter Kristin Burke, son-in-law Stuart Maguire (hidden), daughter Tracy Maguire, and grandchild Archer Maguire.

Don Spurlock of the Clinton Streamkeepers addresses the attendees.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_spurlock.jpgDon Spurlock of the Clinton Streamkeepers addresses the attendees.

Chris Hodson, Wilmington Tree Commission, speaks to the attendees.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_hodson.jpgChris Hodson, Wilmington Tree Commission, speaks to the attendees.

Marie Butcher gives a personal tribute to Tammy McKay.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_butcher.jpgMarie Butcher gives a personal tribute to Tammy McKay.