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Hartland’s library director to step down

After less than two and a half years on the job, a local library director is stepping down.

In an announcement posted to social media Monday, the Hartland Cromaine District Library says that Director Mallorie DeVilbiss has decided to step down from her role.

Mallorie DeVilbiss

“I am grateful for my time working at Cromaine,” said DeVilbiss. “Working in this community and with this fantastic staff has been a great honor, and I will certainly miss everyone I’ve met over the past two years.”

Her last day at the Library is scheduled for Friday, June 10. DeVilbiss came on board as the library’s director in January of 2020.

Holly Naylor, President of the Library’s Board of Trustees said that while they are sad to see her leave, they are “excited for her as she moves forward in her journey, and we are truly grateful for her care, leadership and dedication to the Hartland community during the most challenging times of the pandemic.”

Glenn Fischer, who has served as the Library’s Technology Manager for the past five years, will step into the role of Interim Director, which was unanimously approved by the Library’s Board of Trustees.

In the meantime, the Board has hired Bradbury Miller Associates– a consulting firm that specializes in hiring “high-quality candidates specifically for libraries.”

Anyone with questions or comments, can contact Holly Naylor at president@cromaine.org.

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