October 20, 2014

Library People News: Nadler Retires, DiFeterici Joins Credo and More

Hedi BenAicha was appointed Vice President and Dean of the Library and Electronic Course Materials at American Public University System, Charles Town, WV. He was previously Director of Rhode Island College Library, Providence.

Amanda DiFeterici was named Instructional Design and Assessment Consultant at Credo. She was previously a Librarian at South University, Savannah.

Elizabeth Gulick has retired as Director, Blair Memorial Library, Clawson, MI. She had been in the position for 26 years.

Melody Moxley retired as Library Services Manager at Rowan Public Library, Salisbury, NC. She had been with the library for 35 years.

Judith Nadler announced her retirement as Library Director and University Librarian at the University of Chicago. She has been with the university for 48 years.

Lydia Neeley was named Children’s Librarian at Butte County Library’s Chico Branch, CA. She received her MLIS in 2011 from San José State University’s School of Library and Information Science, CA.

Philip Alan Smith was appointed Director of the Florence County Library System, SC, following the retirement of Ray McBride . Smith previously held the same position at Marion County Library, SC.

Deb Stodola has retired as Librarian at the Fisher Whiting Memorial Library, Mapleton, IA. She had been in the position for 30 years.

Joe Thompson was named Senior Administrator of Public Services at Harford County Public Library, Belcamp, MD. He was previously Associate Director at Western Maryland Regional Library, Hagerstown.

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

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