“Will Tressler was Easton’s very own George Bailey. Without him, our town would simply not be what it is today. He loved the woods. He loved the farms. He especially loved being an advocate for both, and was for nearly fifty years. Will pretty much assumed that to make a difference in life, you had to make your voice heard. He was a presence at countless town meetings and sometimes was almost the only ‘presence.’ He argued on behalf of that which drew us all to Easton and which has made it hard for us to leave – the soul of this very special place. Easton is indebted to him and to his wonderful life.”
Citizens for Easton meets the third Wednesday of every month at 8 PM in the library conference room. You may also attend the meetings via zoom. If you would like to attend a meeting virtually, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will provide you with the meeting information.
Please direct your contribution either to CSE or to CFE (general conservation purposes).
You can also mail your contribution to:
Citizens for Easton, PO Box 151
Easton, CT 06612
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