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Posted May 24, 2012

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Francene Shed, Assistive Technology

Francene Shed, the Assistive Technology loan librarian, is retiring in the fall after five years with APS. In many ways, Francene is the Assistive Technology Library, because she is so closely associated with it. She organized the library and answers any questions about the function of the equipment. Her warm, friendly nature will be sorely missed. She also works at Taylor Middle School with the APS audiologists. 

Francene is returning to Oklahoma to be with her father, daughter and sister.

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