Joliet Library Director to Retire at Year's End
Dianne Harmon says she wants to spend more time traveling with her husband; a company has been hired to find her replacement.
Dianne Harmon, director of the Joliet Public Library, has announced she will retire on Dec. 31.
Harmon, 68, of Shorewood, a library employee for 24 years ago, plans to spend her retirement traveling with her husband, Jim, a story in the Joliet Herald-News said.
“There are a lot of places in the United States I haven’t seen,” she told the paper.
John Keister & Associates Executive Search has been hired to find Harmon's successor.
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