Some people make a lasting impression on a community and that is what Ann Tussey has done for the Danville Public Library. This week Ann said good-bye as a Danville Public Library Board Member after 16 years of volunteer service. Although we will miss her leadership, she remains an active patron and advocate for the library and for literacy.
Ann is a retired Kindergarten teacher of 36 years and a life-long Danville resident. Her legacy as board member follows her mother’s who was a board member from 1957 – 1969. She is active in other community organizations including Tri Kappa and volunteering at the Hendricks County Historical Museum and Shared Blessings.
As a dedicated library patron, we will still get to see her regularly… she likes to hang out in the mystery section and also looks for historical fiction plus current best sellers. She enjoys reading many authors and is unable to pick a favorite. She said, “You read for enjoyment and what makes you happy. The library has just been part of that and part of my life.” She was a great asset on the construction planning committee and we’ll still look to her for input as a patron.
Thank you for all of your years of service, Ann!!