February People News

Feb 15, 2024

Have People News at your library? Send it to Christi Weinzierl at  christi.weinzierl1@wyo.gov.

Travis Pollok will be moving into the role of Wyoming State Library’s Information Services Manager on March 1. He has worked at the WSL for 9 ½ years in various roles including Library Technician, Digital Initiatives Librarian and Digital Collections/ Legislative Librarian. “I am very excited about the new position,” said Travis. “I want to continue to highlight the great work our Information Service team does supporting Wyoming libraries and their patrons.”


 

 

Tawnya Plumb, director of the University of Wyoming’s George W. Hopper Law Library, was featured in UWYO Magazine in honor of her exceptional work at the library, as well as work during her sabbatical, including her article, “Access to Justice: Legal Research on the Road”, which was awarded the American Association of Law Libraries Excellence in Community Engagement Award in 2021. Read more here.


 

Kellie Humphries graduated with her Bachelor of Library Science from the University of Nebraska at Omaha on December 16, 2023. This is Kellie’s second bachelor’s degree as she previously earned a Bachelor of History from Idaho State University. Kellie is an Adult Services Specialist at the Natrona County Public Library.


Terry Mueller has retired after 45 years of library service. She worked the majority of her time at the Campbell County Library, but also worked at the George Amos Memorial Library. Known for her flexibility, precision, and efficiency in her work, Terry was honored at the January Campbell County Public Library System’s Board of Trustees meeting. Read more here.


 

Tracy Jerred was honored at the January Campbell County Public Library System’s Board of Trustees meeting for 35 years of service at the Campbell County Public Library. She is currently a Technical Services Specialist for the CCPL.


Julie Berentson was honored at the January Campbell County Public Library System’s Board of Trustees meeting for 35 years of service at the Campbell County Public Library. She is currently the CCPL’s Technology Information Specialist.


 

 

Richard Ward – Richard Ward retired in December of 2023 after 32 years of service at the Campbell County Public Library. Prior to his retirement, Richard was a Circulation Services Specialist at the CCPL.


 

 

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