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Candee A. Treadway

May 24, 1950 - August 11, 2017

Obituary


Candee Ann Treadway of Marstons Mills, MA passed away on Friday, August 11, 2017. She is survived by her beloved and loving husband, W. Cameron Warwick, along with her cousins, nieces and nephew residing both in the U.S. and France.

Candee was born to the late Ann F. and Morton C. Treadway, Jr. She and her late sister, Lucy Jean Treadway, were raised in Bristol CT.

Candee graduated from the Dana Hall School in Wellesley, MA and received her B.A. from Trinity College in Hartford, CT.

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Candee Ann Treadway of Marstons Mills, MA passed away on Friday, August 11, 2017. She is survived by her beloved and loving husband, W. Cameron Warwick, along with her cousins, nieces and nephew residing both in the U.S. and France.

Candee was born to the late Ann F. and Morton C. Treadway, Jr. She and her late sister, Lucy Jean Treadway, were raised in Bristol CT.

Candee graduated from the Dana Hall School in Wellesley, MA and received her B.A. from Trinity College in Hartford, CT.

While attending Dana Hall, Candee studied classical piano with Denise Bacon, an
American pianist, composer and founder of the Kodály Musical Training Institute.
It was Ms. Bacon's avid desire to see Candee pursue musical training as she envisioned her performing one day at Carnegie Hall.

Instead, Candee chose to follow in the footsteps of her Father, who was the President of Treadway Travel, where Candee worked for several summers during school. In time, Candee established herself as a respected executive in the travel and hospitality industry.

Candee's first job was as a travel counselor with American Express at a time when the Company managed travel services for various U. S. government departments and international organizations. She held positions at both the World Bank and the U.S. Department of State. Candee then transferred to New York City. There, she was responsible for sales operations at the American Express flagship travel office then located on Park Avenue.

Candee continued her career in Boston with American Express, where she managed the Cambridge travel office and then later moved to work for Heritage Travel.

Subsequently, the Canadian government recruited her to provide sales and marketing services to its travel and tourism authority. After leaving her formal post with the authority, Candee remained in a consulting capacity for its annual Media Marketplace conferences held in New York and California.

When Candee and Cameron moved to Marstons Mills, she volunteered with the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce to help enhance its tourism activities. She was also an active Board member of the Cape Cod Hospitality and Marketing Association.

In addition to her professional activities, Candee had many varied interests. She loved to travel and to garden, and she was a highly creative and accomplished artist with a focus on needle and petit point.