May 26, 2015

Sandusky CEO Retires; Southern Miss Names Dean; New GA State Librarian | People

Julie Brooks announced her retirement as CEO of Sandusky Library, OH, effective this fall. She has held the position for 35 years.

Bradley Carrington was named Chief of the Technical Services Bureau at the New Mexico State Library, Santa Fe. He recently retired from the University of Kentucky Libraries after almost 25 years in public and technical services.

Deb Carver retired as Dean of Libraries, University of Oregon, Eugene. She had been with the university for 23 years.

John Eye was appointed Dean of the University of Southern Mississippi Libraries, Hattiesburg, effective July 1. He is currently Dean of Library Services and a Professor at Southern Utah University, Cedar City.

Barbara J. Ford retired as Director of the Mortenson Center for International Library Programs, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She first began in the position in 2003.

Jennie Garner was promoted to Director of North Liberty Community Library, IA. She had been Interim Director following the retirement of Dee Crowner .

Nann Blaine Hilyard has retired as Director, Zion-Benton Public Library, IL. She had served in the field for 39 years.

Suzanna Krispli was named Director of the Northern Tier Regional Library, Gibsonia, PA. She previously held the same title at Hampton Township Community Library, PA.

Kirstin Krumsee was promoted to Government Information Library Consultant at the State Library of Ohio, Columbus. She was previously its Reference Services Librarian.

Julie White Walker was promoted to State Librarian for the Georgia Public Library Service, Atlanta. She was previously Deputy State Librarian.

Benjamin R. Weseloh was promoted to Director, West Chicago Public Library District. He was previously its Adult Services Manager.

Andy Woodworth was named Reference/Adult Services Supervisor at Cherry Hill Public Library, NJ. A 2010 LJ Mover & Shaker, he was previously a Reference Librarian, Burlington County Library System, NJ.

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

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