The staff are the heart and soul of the Mary Lib Saleh Euless Public Library. They work tirelessly to help the community's citizens find the answers to their questions and aide them in using library services.
Eric Terry - Senior Librarian
Eric Terry is the Senior Librarian over Adult/Teen services and has been a part of the Euless library team since September of 2013. Eric's interests include popular culture (anything geek/nerd related), music, movies, traveling, and of course, reading!
His favorite genres are fantasy, horror and science fiction novels, but he also enjoys graphic novels, biographies, and various non-fiction books.
Donna Gooch - Librarian
Donna Gooch has worked as an Adult Services Reference Librarian at Euless Library since 2007. Donna enjoys connecting readers and books.
She loves reading a variety of authors, styles and genres. Favorites include fiction, mysteries (from police procedurals to amateur sleuths), medical, biographies, self-help (although she often fails to adhere to the advice). And any story told with sly humor will be on her reading list (which is growing by hundreds each month).
Donna loves dogs. Tell her all about your dog. She will listen with the rapt attention of a canine waiting for the dinner dish to appear.
Leticia Chavez - Library Clerk
Leticia is a Library Clerk at the Adult Reference desk. She joined the library in the Winter of 2001 as a Library Lead in the Circulation Department.
A self-proclaimed "computer geek", Leticia provides technical support by showing library patrons how to integrate emerging technologies into their daily lives whether it's downloading e-book apps or uploading resumes. She is always ready to help and is committed to improving and enhancing patrons’ library computer experiences.
In her free time, you can find her spending time with her family and two Chihuahuas. She enjoys all things Disney Pixar animation, reading Non-fiction, watching movies, taking road trips, and browsing antique shops.
Denise Olson - Library Assistant
Denise is a Library Assistant in the Adult Reference area. She started as a part time Circulation Aide in May of 2007. Denise has a bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Oklahoma.
In her free time, Denise likes to try new restaurants, watch movies, attend concerts, travel, and read. In 2014, she spent 2 weeks in Europe and had an epic journey that started in Brussels, Belgium and ended in Budapest, Hungary.
Denise enjoys reading/listening to all things fiction, specifically Suspense/Mystery, YA and Non Fiction books about World War II. She is currently reading Dark Days: My Tribulations and Trials by Randy Blythe.
Kelly LaBrie - Library Assistant
Kelly LaBrie has been employed here as a Librarian Assistant since July, 2006. A self-proclaimed lexophile, she has over 20 years of experience working with the public in literacy and Adult Education. A lover of languages, she is fluent in Spanish, proficient in French, and is curious about other languages.
Kelly is a native of California, born and raised in South-Central Los Angeles. She enjoys being a dichotomy, which she believes keeps life interesting. She loves reading "old school" (books made from paper), knitting, traveling both domestically and internationally, smooth jazz, neo-soul and R&B music, cooking for carnivores and living as a vegetarian.
Angela Jones - Senior Librarian
Angela Jones is the Senior Librarian for the Youth Services department. Her personal literary taste leans towards popular fiction.
She loves stories about heroic people and particularly enjoys books about World War II. However, in her words, ". . . my true north is the romance genre. I LOVE books with smooching in them—Regency England dukes and duchesses, Highland lairds and wayward lasses, supernatural beings—as long as there is a good old fashioned love story, I will read it!"
Some of her favorites are Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Outlander by Diana Gabaldon, the Cynster series by Stephanie Laurens, the Bridgerton series by Julia Quinn and the Chicago Stars series by Susan Elizabeth Phillips.