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16 Nov 2017 1:17 PM | Deleted user

The end of November will mark the last day of work for Susan Agnelly and will include a retirement celebration in her honor after 41 years of service to the Jackson-George Regional Library System in Pascagoula, Mississippi. Ms. Agnelly began her library career in March of 1973 as a substitute page at the Ocean Springs Municipal Library. She soon became a full-time clerk. After a move to New Orleans, she returned to the Ocean Springs branch in 1982.  She was then transferred to the new Pascagoula Public Library in 1986 working the circulation desk as a clerk. Susan quickly advanced to reference and then to administration in Technical Services. In 1990, she took over ordering the materials and helped to create a new acquisitions position. It was November 2013, when Ms. Agnelly was promoted to administrative assistant to the Director. In 2016, the Mississippi Library Association recognized Ms. Agnelly for her work in library service receiving the prestigious Mary Julia Anderson Award for para-professional work, providing consistent customer service and long-standing dedication to JGRLS libraries. For more information on the library or other public programs, visit the library website at www.jgrls.org.



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