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Feb 16, 2018

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Diane Trotter retired on February 1 after more than 40 years at the University of Wyoming Libraries. She has been Manager of Interlibrary Loan / Request It Services among many other contributions to UW.

Tasha Reeves, who has been a part of Fremont County Library – Lander for three years will be leaving the system in order to take a job at Lander Vision Center. She will be working as a Paraoptometric, work she was certified in before moving to Wyoming in 2015. Tasha worked in Adult Circulation at Lander. She ran their Murder Mystery Night for the last three years and directed and acted in their successful Melodrama this past Christmas. She is currently heading up the 2018 Wyoming Library Leadership Institute in Lander this July as a WLLI Alumni


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Rachel Crocker joined Albany County Public Library as its Assistant Director. She will lead the library’s operations and administrative services. Previously, Rachel was working for a DC-based non-profit that was working to strengthen and modernize library systems in eight developing countries. Originally from Cheyenne and an alumna of the University of Wyoming, Rachel is excited to be home and serving communities in Wyoming.


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