Friday, December 21, 2007

New Circulation Staff Introduced

You may recall that several months ago we introduced Trevor Gladwin as the Library’s new Circulation Assistant. Trevor has since been promoted to Circulation Supervisor and has several new Circulation Clerks he would like to introduce. They bring an impressive mix of backgrounds and skills to the team and are all dedicated to making your library experience pleasurable and fruitful.

Sashi Chakravarti was born in Bangalore, India, where she received a Bachelors degree with Honors in electrical and electronics engineering before re-locating to Illinois in 1994. Married and mother of an active eight-year-old, she moved to Ridgefield a year ago. She has worked as a computer programmer/analyst with Philips India, Computer Sciences Corporation and T-Mobile USA. Her hobbies include keeping up with news from around the world, listening to music and experimenting with new recipes.

Mary Louise Cardosa is a mother of two and a voracious reader who has patronized the Library regularly since moving to town from New York 12 years ago. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate with a double major in psychology and religious studies, Mary Louise has had a life long commitment to individuals with special educational needs. She has worked in executive search and placement, real estate sales, and as the operator of a home-based business selling handmade crafts.

Fritz Mundorff has recently retired after a long career as a project manager, principally with IBM. A Ridgefield resident since 1996, he is pleased to be able to devote his talents to helping out the Library where he has spent many happy hours as a patron.

Finally, we bid thanks and farewell to George Lohman, who is retiring after nearly 14 years of service at the Circulation Desk. Many of you will recall fondly his recommendations in his favorite areas of science fiction literature and jazz music and will join us in wishing him all the best.

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