Carol Greenholz, 78, former director of technical services at the State University of New York at Farmingdale (known today as Farmingdale State College) where she worked for more than 40 years, died June 11 from lung cancer. She received the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Librarianship at SUNY Farmingdale and served as chair of the Women’s Council.
Margaret Goggin, 93, died June 10 after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer’s disease. She served the University of Florida in a number of positions from 1949 to 1968 including associate professor of library science, assistant director, and acting director of libraries. In 1968, the University of Denver hired Goggin as full professor and dean of the graduate school of librarianship. In 1980, she was the cofounder of what is today the Colorado Antiquarian Book Seminar. In retirement, she served as interim director of collection management at Emory University from 1986 to 1988; coowner of Book Seminars, Inc. from 1986 to 1995; and owner of Margaret K. Goggin Books beginning in 1994.
July 9 Paula Settoon will become dean of the Learning Resources Center at Tulsa (Okla.) Community College.
In June Dorothy Carlson retired as head of children’s services at Radnor (Pa.) Memorial Library.
In June Kari Oanes became children’s librarian at Austin (Minn.) Public Library.
In September William Noel will become director of the Special Collections Center at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries and founding director of the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies.
June 4 Adelia Grabowsky joined Auburn (Ala.) University Libraries as health sciences reference librarian.
June 18 Bridget Farrell became business and economics reference librarian at Auburn University (Ala.) Libraries.
Peter C. Brown, 65, former librarian at University of California at Davis, died May 13. He was an early environmentalist who spent years developing organic gardening experiments designed to improve the soil.