Dan Doyle Recognized For 30 years Of Service With Douglas County Public Library

by Melissa Blosser, Douglas County Community Relations · 1 min read

MINDEN, Nev. — Dan Doyle, Senior Library Technician for the Douglas County Public Library, is celebrating thirty years of serving the residents and visitors of Douglas County. Dan has been a vital member of the library team since he was hired on July 21, 1987 by the library’s first Director, Yvonne Sadler.

Dan is the coordinator of the Library’s Homebound Services program, which delivers books and other materials to Douglas County residents who are permanently or temporarily homebound.

Douglas County Public Library Director Amy Dodson, Dan Doyle and Douglas County Commissioners Steve Thaler and Barry Penzel.

“Dan is very knowledgeable and has a natural talent for working with the public. He always provides excellent service to every patron. The Library is fortunate to have Dan on our team, “said Amy Dodson, Library Director.

Dan is the first library employee to receive a 30-year service award, and the only one to serve under every Director in the library’s history. The Library is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.

“The library is many things to many people,” Dan said as he reflected on thirty years. “I am honored to be serving the people of Douglas County.”

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