Library Trustees Welcome Angela Duskey as Newest Member

YOUNGSTOWN—The Board of Trustees of the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County (PLYMC) voted to approve Angela Duskey as the newest member of the Board during its regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday. Duskey was appointed to the seat left vacant by the late Dr. David Ritchie, the President of the Library’s Board of Trustees, who passed away in July of 2021.

Duskey, a Boardman native, currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for The Muransky Companies in Boardman. A graduate of Youngstown State University, she assumed this role in 2020. She resides in New Middletown with her husband, Dan.

“It’s an honor to serve the Valley as a member of the Library’s Board of Trustees,” said Duskey. “Our Library is truly a community hub that adapts to meet the needs of its patrons, and I’m excited to be a part of this incredible organization making an impact.”

“Angela’s experience in the business community, combined with her commitment to public service, made her an excellent choice for our Board. We’re thrilled to welcome her, and we look forward to working together on behalf of all of our patrons,” said Carole Weimer, President of the PLYMC Board of Trustees.

Duskey’s term expires in 2024.

A photo of Duskey can be found here: Angela Duskey – The Chestnut Land Company.

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The Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County (PLYMC) has served the Mahoning Valley since 1880, when the Youngstown Library Association was officially created. With 15 branches across Mahoning County, including our Main Library in downtown Youngstown, the PLYMC is well known for signature services and programs like Summer Discovery and 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten. The mission and values of PLYMC to “connect, inspire, and enrich” position the Library to serve our communities by preparing children for kindergarten, promoting early literacy, assisting job seekers, connecting Valley residents to technology, and providing resources for small businesses.

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