In Memoriam: Anita H. Grant, 1961-2015

Grant-AnitaAnita H. Grant, electronic acquisitions librarian at Ohio University in Athens, died late last month in Columbus, Ohio. She was 54 years old and had suffered from cancer.

Grant served on the library staff at Ohio University for 25 years. During her tenure, she was director of circulation services and director of the microfilms department.

A native of Queens in New York City, Grant grew up in Greensboro, North Carolina. She was a graduate of Bennett College in Greensboro and earned a master of library and information science degree at Clark Atlanta University.

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