Anne Marie Galler
1931 Ð 1999
Her many friends at Concordia and in library associations everywhere were saddened by the death on November 26 of Professor Anne Galler, for 25 years a mainstay of our Library Studies program.
Anne joined Concordia in 1974, working with Melba Wilson, one of the founders of the program. Several years ago, Library Studies became part of the Education Department, and Anne was named Acting Chair in June, a post she had to relinquish in September because of her illness.
"As a colleague," said Associate Professor Joanne Locke, "she was an idea person, very dynamic, and a great library supporter. She was a networker before the term was coined, and belonged to many national and international organizations."
Our sincere sympathies are extended to her husband Mark, their
two children and the rest of the family.