She lived her philosophy

I was saddened to read of the passing of Alison Hudson in today’s Record.

I didn’t know Alison well, but I worked with her over the years in her capacity as solid waste manager for San Joaquin County.

And I can say this: While some people’s philosophies are a byproduct of their jobs, I know Alison’s job was a byproduct of her philosophy — her belief in environmental stewardship and careful management of hazardous waste.

Her commitment was evident as she remained active in that cause during her seven-year bout with cancer.

You can read Alison’s obituary here.

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