Tom Pettit was one of the original members of CWAG, serving as treasurer and member of the board in the early 2000s. Community was the heart and soul of Tom’s life. He was the president of the Open Space Alliance for many years and received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Prescott Earth Day Network. The Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation honored him with the first annual Albert Lovejoy Social Justice Award.
Tom was also involved with Open Door, Prescott Alternative Transportation, Prescott Area Leadership,Inc., the Greenways Trail System, and served as Precinct Chair for the Democratic Party.
Tom died on September 18, 2010 at the age of 57. He is survived by his partner Johanna Hawley, his mother Eleanor Pettit, three brothers, two sisters, 14 nieces and nephews, and other family members.
This video serves as a memorial to Tom’s life, a reminder of the importance of community, and an inspiration for those who view it.
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