A thank you one of USF Libraries’ “unsung heroes”

In late April, the USF Libraries bid a fond farewell to one of their own after a decade of service.
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After a decade with the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library, Samuel Holloway III will be retiring. If you have been at the USF St. Petersburg library well into the night, no doubt you have seen Holloway hard at work. As a supervisor of the night shift Monday through Thursday until 2 a.m.,  he oversees the library to provide late-night study hours to a steady stream of students. A USF St. Petersburg mainstay since 2014, Samuel marks his final shift in late April.

While we will miss him greatly,  we wish Samuel the best in his retirement and thank him for his decade of dedication to the students, faculty, staff, and community of USF.

Read more about Samuel’s journey with USF Libraries here.

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