Tracee Stacey and PrimeTime Living Magazine

Tracee of Prime Time Living Magazine is a true advocate for our seniors in Solano County. Her knowledge and passion for the humbling service she provides is our older loved ones is so greatly appreciated. Her magazine is a wealth knowledge for the services in all of Solano County.
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Tracee Stacy has been publishing Prime Time Living Magazine (Formerly Prime Time Seniors Magazine) since October 2005. Tracee has been serving Seniors and their families in Solano and Napa Counties for 15 years beginning her journey in 1999 working in Long-Term Care.
Tracee is currently appointed by Supervisor John Vasquez to the Senior Coalition of Solano County and is the acting Chairperson. In 2011 the Senior Coalition surprised her with the amazing honor of the Living Legacy, “Intergenerational Service Award.” She is also an Advisory Member for the Solano County In-Home Supportive Service/Public Authority Advisory Board and serves as the Secretary. Tracee is also a member of STA’s Senior and Disabled Transportation Committee, representing Solano County. She is was humbled and proud to have been awarded STA’s “Advisory Member of the Year Award” in 2011. She is actively involved with the various community Senior Roundtables, having helped to create the Fairfield and Vallejo Roundtables to serve the seniors in those cities. She is honored to have been awarded the “Vacaville Senior Roundtable Outstanding Achievement Award” in 2003.
Tracee stepped down as an Advisory Council member for the Area Agency on Aging Serving Napa/Solano after six years of service to work with the Solano County Prevention and Early Access Program, a MHSA PEI mental health program delivered through the Area Agency on Aging. With new found passion for the depth and need in the arena of older adult mental health, Tracee is dedicated to keeping quality community and professional education available in Solano County and advocate to the powers that be, that services for Seniors are non-negotiable.