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Head librarian to retire after 34 years


Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

Retiring head librarian Kay Jabusch and her future successor, Margaret Villarma, mind the front desk at Irene Ingle Public Library. After 34 years of service, Jabusch will stamp her last index card Jan. 1, 2015. An assistant librarian for the past 25 years, Villarma was confirmed on Oct. 3 to take the position.

After nearly 34 years of service, Irene Ingle Public Library will be getting a new head librarian after Kay Jabusch retires at the end of this year.

She began there in June 1980, working closely with Irene Ingle – the previous head librarian for whom the library was renamed – before taking over her position after Ingle's retirement on Jan. 1, 1981.

When Jabusch retires from the position on Jan. 1, 2015, assistant librarian Margaret Villarma will likewise assume the post.

"I think the transition's going to be very smooth," Jabusch said. Confident in Villarma's abilities, Jabusch recommen...

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