Like everyone else I hate to see Renate go but I wish her the best in her retirement. I’ll always be grateful to her because without her I’m not sure I would have my house. She overheard Laura Spear and Jim Kuzmanovich talking at eh circulation desk about a house that might go up for sale and insisted Laura tell me about it. I was a bit ambivalent about it but she pushed me to take a look and put me in touch with Jim. I got a look at the house (this all happened in one day) and the rest “is history”.
I just want to say thank you Renate for everything you’ve done for me, for the library, and for Wake Forest. Have a great retirement!
Renate, I’m still telling people how you taught me tips for locating missing books in the stacks when I was here in ’94. I put that learning to good use in my first position as a professional librarian and am so grateful to have learned from someone so savvy. I don’t know how we’ll get along without you. Please stop by and check on us now and then!
This post was published on Monday, June 1, 2009 at 7:36 am by Lynn Sutton.
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