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Good Luck, Mr. Weiss!

Stephen C. Weiss, documents librarian at Utah State University Library announced his retirement in a June 13, 2007 govdoc-l posting.

Bernadine Abbott Hoduski, someone I consider to be the institutional memory for the profession of documents librarianship had this praise in a govdoc-l post of her own:

Steve is a truly dedicated, courageous documents librarian. He has taken on many a government agency to persuade them to send their publications to depository libraries. He helped build one of the finest documents collections in the country. Thanks for your lifetime of work Steve.

Indeed, FGI thanks you as well for your life of service. And we’re glad to hear that you will keep up with Internet Quick Reference.