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Vickie Lynn Novak

Vickie Lynn Novak, American librarian. Named Outstanding Modern Language Student, Quincy College, 1974.


  • Novak, Vickie Lynn was born on February 17, 1952 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Albert Henry and Elsie Marie (Bortolami) Novak.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Quincy College, 1973. Medical Science Liaison Society, University Kentucky, 1974.


    • Administrative library Acorn Public Library. District, Oak Forest, Illinois, 1974—1986, joint consultant building, 1975—1980, Calubet City (Illinois) Public Library., since 1986. Member advisory board Learning Exchanges Special Library Project, 1979—1980.

      Member Illinois White House Conference Library. & Information Services, 1978. Administrative library Illinois State Library., 1972—1974.


    Denomination: Roman Catholic


    Member of American Library Association (equipment section administration and management division 1981-1983, small & medium sized libraries section planning committee 1984-1987, conference planning committee 1985, architecture for public libraries committee buildings), Illinois Dressage Association, United States Dressage Fedn, American Horse Shows Association, International Arabian Horse Association (dressage committee member), Friends of Library, University Kentucky Alumni Club, Ahmadu Bello University Arabian Horse Club (delegate 1980, secretary 1981-1986, national delegate 1987), Oak Forest Chamber of Commerce, Joint Advancement of Illinois Libraries (president since 1987), South Suburban Library Association, Library Administrators Conference Northern Illinois 1979-1980, (secretary 1987), Illinois Library Association (member-at-large district library round table 1982, secretary 1983-1984), Beta Phi Mu.
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    Born February 17, 1952
    (age 65)
    • 1973
      Quincy College
    • 1974
      University Kentucky
    • 1972 - 1974
      administrative library Illinois State Library
    • 1974 - 1986
      Administrative library Acorn Public Library District
      Oak Forest, Illinois, United States
    • 1978
      member, Illinois White House Conference Library & Information Services
    • 1979 - 1980
      member, advisory board Learning Exchanges Special Library Project
    • 1986
      Administrative library Acorn Public Library District