Magazine article American Libraries

Obituaries

Magazine article American Libraries

Obituaries

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* Ernie DiMattia, 74, president of the Ferguson Library in Stamford, Connecticut, for 38 years, died June 26. Under his leadership, Ferguson Library was the first public library in Connecticut to provide public internet access. He held a number of leadership positions in the American Library Association and the Connecticut Library Association, including chairing ALA's Publishing Committee. He also recently served on the board of the Connecticut State Library, as well as many local organizations, and he was a visiting lecturer at several library schools.

* Evelyn Mildred Henderson, 109, teacher and librarian at Oliver High School in Winchester, Kentucky, from 1933 to 1957, died April 8. She later served as librarian at Dunbar High School in Lexington, Kentucky, and Lexington Junior High until her retirement in 1972.

* Dylan Kowalewski, 40, founder and editor of Monster Librarian, a website to support horror fiction collection development and encourage horror fiction reading, died April 17. …

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