For a long time, I worked full-time — mostly in senior executive management — for a Christian, international 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization headquartered in my home state of Michigan.  In 2006, I began my first, full-time professional librarian position as a special librarian (“librarian/historian“).   In 2010, I began working full-time for the Outdoor History Digital Library project, a new non-profit in Fort Worth, Texas managing, coordinating and leading the creation of a large-scale digitization program with the intent of creating a content-specific digital library for a “soon to be launched” website.  Funding and resources for this project were terminated at the end of May 2017.  Failing to secure employment in the library field, I have been forced into early “retirement”.

I now spend my free time as volunteer Chaplain at my church in Flower Mound, TX.

I posted to this site some commentary as a solo librarian along with relevant links and posts from others that I found helpful and/or interesting.

[Disclaimer:  This is a non-commercial, personal blog and not associated with any of my employers.]



Header Photo: Taken from my canoe on the fabulous and beautiful north-flowing St. Johns River near DeLeon Spings, FL



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