Dr. Sanford Wright, an Everett neurosurgeon, has retired from doing surgery after nearly 40 years and some 12,000 surgical procedures. He’ll continue in a consulting role and with work on other medical projects. He was honored at a celebration Friday at the Dorothy Jayne Studio. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Dr. Sanford Wright, an Everett neurosurgeon, has retired from doing surgery after nearly 40 years and some 12,000 surgical procedures. He’ll continue in a consulting role and with work on other medical projects. He was honored at a celebration Friday at the Dorothy Jayne Studio. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

‘Incredible legacy’: Dr. Sanford Wright retires — sort of

Over nearly 40 years, the esteemed Everett neurosurgeon has been a force for charities and the arts.

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