Resolution of Respect for Carolyn Crawley drafted by Jackson Parish Library

The Jackson Parish Library Board met this past Monday in the McBride Room of the Jonesboro Branch where Director Floyd Knox introduced a “Resolution of Respect” that was drafted in the loving memory of Mrs. Carolyn Sue Crawley. crawley

Mrs. Crawley, who passed away on March 4th, will be best remembered for the 35 years that she was a high school librarian and was a dedicated member of the Jackson Parish Library Board.

Resolution of Respect

in Loving Memory of 

Mrs. Carolyn Sue Crawley

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may
overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit. (Romans 15:13)

Whereas, Mrs. Carolyn Sue Crawley of Jackson Parish passed from this life on March 4, 2022, and

Whereas, Mrs. Carolyn Sue Crawley was appointed to the Jackson Parish Library Board in 1986.

Whereas, Mrs. Carolyn Sue Crawley was an enthusiastic supporter of the Jackson Parish Library, and

Whereas, Mrs. Carolyn Sue Crawley wilt be best remembered for the 35 years that she was a high school librarian, and

Whereas, Mrs. Carolyn Sue Crawley will be missed dearly by her family, friends, church family, and acquaintances, as all were touched by her kindness and generous spirit, and

Now therefor be it resolved, that we the Board members and Staff of Jackson Parish Library, do hereby wish to express our deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Mrs. Carolyn Sue Crawley.

This Resolution issued this 18th day of April, 2022 By the Jackson Parish Library Board

In other action taken by board members Carol Massey, Paula Essmeier, Ann Standley, Lisa Nunn, Judy Cooper and Lewis Chatham, who were present, a change order was approved for structural improvements to the previous design at the Chatham Library. A proposal for E-Rate technology from Dempsey Business Solutions, budget adjustments in the amount of $17,500.00 and the decision to dispose of a media box was also approved. The approval of the proposal received from Kenneth Folden and Company for accounting services was tabled until additional information could be ascertained. 

Angela Walsworth closed the meeting by giving an update on the StoryWalk that is being constructed at the Chatham Branch Library and the plans for the grand opening. 

 


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