March 3, 2015

Library People News: Hires, Promotions, Retirements, and Obituaries

Barbara Brattin was named Director, Kenosha Public Library, WI. She previously held the same title at Wilkinson Public Library, Telluride, CO.

Sheri Britsch was appointed Director of Pleasant Grove City Library, UT. She was previously Adult Services Librarian at the Springville Public Library, UT.

Pamela Dong was named Manager of the Jackson Branch of the Ocean County Library, NJ. She was previously Head of Customer Service and an Associate Professor at Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers.

Brytani Fraser was appointed Librarian at the Conover and Claremont Branches of the Catawba County Library System, NC. She was previously Youth Services Library Assistant at Mooresville Public Library, NC.

Jody Hanneman has resigned as Youth Services Coordinator at Black River Falls Public Library, WI. She had been with the library for more than four years.

Gina Leone has been named Director of the Scott Township Public Library, Carnegie, PA. She was ­previously Youth Services Librarian at Baldwin Borough Library, ­Pittsburgh.

Mariah Manley was named Children’s Librarian at Medway Public Library, MA.

Amber Mathewson was promoted to Deputy Library Director, Pima County Public Library (PCPL), Tucson. She was formerly Library Services Manager at PCPL.

Roberta Menger has retired as Director of Bayfield Carnegie Library, WI. She had been with the library for 23 years.

Emily Myhren was named Children’s Librarian, Midland Park Memorial Library, NJ. She was previously a Monitor at the Jackson Branch of the Ocean County Library, NJ.

Carol Nersinger announced her retirement as Director of the Albany Public Library, NY, effective when a replacement can be found.

Dillon Savage was appointed Instructional Applications Developer at Barnard College Library, New York. He was previously an Applications Developer at New York Public Library.

John White was named Dean of Libraries at the College of Charleston, SC. He had served as Interim Dean since 2012.

This article was published in Library Journal's March 1, 2014 issue. Subscribe today and save up to 35% off the regular subscription rate.

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