Long-time Phinney residents Susan and Glen Beebe believe that access to libraries is important.
Susan was first a journalist and a lawyer before earning her library degree at the University of Washington in 1990. She combined her talents by working at a Seattle law firm as a lawyer-librarian. As a community volunteer, she has taught citizenship at The Literacy Source, worked on the Phinney Neighborhood Association newspaper, assisted at her daughter’s school libraries, and quilts with the Stone Soup Quilters. Glen worked as a graphic designer at the Boeing Company for 30 years. In retirement he has continued to create designs primarily for musicians and other non-profit groups, as well as producing a book on the history of Northwest psychedelic posters entitled: “Split Fountain Hieroglyphics”. He is a photographer and an avid art collector.