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Glazer, a beloved employee at the Lake Oswego Library for 15 years, will leave in early 2020

PMG FILE PHOTO - Lake Oswego Library program coordinator Cyndie Glazer will retire after years of leading programs like Lake Oswego Reads. Cyndie Glazer, a 15-year employee at the Lake Oswego Library and lead organizer of the popular Lake Oswego Reads program, will retire in early 2020.

Glazer, who is the coordinator of programs & volunteer services at the library, announced her decision to fellow staff members Tuesday afternoon. Her last day will be Jan. 14, 2020.

"While I love my position here at the Library, especially working with so many amazing staff, volunteers and people in our community and am proud of our 14 years of Lake Oswego Reads, I am looking forward to trying something new: retirement life," Glazer said in her email to library staff.

Read Glazer's note in full below, and stay tuned for more on Glazer's career in an upcoming edition of the Review!

Although this was one of the most difficult decisions that I have ever made, it is time for me to step down from my position at the Lake Oswego Library where I served as the Coordinator of Programs and Volunteer Services. While I love my position here at the Library, especially working with so many amazing staff, volunteers and people in our community and am proud of our 14 years of Lake Oswego Reads, I am looking forward to trying something new, retirement life.

I have given the Library about three months' notice, with my last day as January 14, 2020, the day after the Lake Owego Reads Kickoff and Book giveaway. My aim is to provide Melissa ample time to make arrangements to successfully hire my replacement to carry Lake Oswego Reads and our vital volunteer programs into the future.

It's been an honor, a pleasure and so much fun to work with you the past 15 years. I especially enjoyed sharing and collaborating with you. All the things I've learned while working here, I will take with me as a souvenir of a career that I loved with all my heart. I see a wonderful future for the Lake Oswego Library as it continues to be the heart of our tight-knit, dedicated and involved community.

I will miss the mutual respect, collaboration and cooperation I experienced with every volunteer and every coworker at our Library. I will miss you all and I am truly grateful to have worked with you.

As for me, I have plans to stay busy sorting out 25 years of clutter in closets in our house, basking in the sun in a variety of tropical locations, sightseeing across the globe and being the best grandmother, mother and wife I can be. As always, you can count on seeing me involved in various boards and programs in Lake Oswego as well and maybe volunteering at the Library doing homebound deliveries.

Warmest regards,

Cyndie


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