Board of Directors
The Pulaski County Public Library Board of Directors meets the second Monday of every month at 9:00 am in the Board Room of the Pulaski County Public Library.
Shirley Dick Wolf,
Shirley Dick Wolf is currently President of the your Library Board of Trustees.
Ms. Wolf has completed her Kentucky Public Library Trustee Certification through the Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives. She is a retired educator who taught a myriad of subjects to a legion of students with varying learning styles.
A few of her many accomplishments include President of Delta Kappa Gamma – Iota Chapter 2000-2009, Kentucky Association of Educational Supervisors President from 2001-2008, Kentucky Association of School Administrators Executive Board of Directors 2002-2008, Pulaski County Retired Teachers Association President 2008- 2014, Middle Cumberland Retired Teachers Association District President 2014 – present.
Next time you see Miss Dick Wolf, please thank her for her volunteer service to your library!
Ray Tucker, Jr.,
Ray Tucker, Jr. is the Vice President and has been on the Library Board of Trustees for one and a half years.
Ray is a farmer in Pulaski County. He has a long history of working for strong, involved communities through his professional experiences and his participation in community groups.
As a member of Pulaski County Concerned Citizens, he fought for local control over solid waste issues.
He has worked in non-profits dedicated to community improvement, and is a past chairperson of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth, a statewide social justice organization.
Heidi Schultz Powers,
Heidi is a lifelong resident of Somerset and a graduate of Somerset High School. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Centre College, with a double major in Economics and English, and her Juris Doctorate from the University of Kentucky, College of Law. She is a partner in the law firm of Travis, Pruitt & Powers, where she has practiced for 22 years, primarily in the area of family law.
Heidi feels a deep commitment to education and to the Pulaski County Public Library, as is evident by her involvement in various organizations. She has served on the Site Based Decision Making Council at Hopkins Elementary, volunteered as a “homeroom mom” for each year of her children’s elementary education, served as an officer for the PTA at Meece Middle School for two years, and currently serves as the Chairperson of the Somerset Family Resource and Youth Service Center Advisory Committee.
Heidi has served as the treasurer for the Pulaski County Public Library Board of Trustees for 2 years. She is also the appointed City Attorney for the City of Ferguson, KY, a position she has held for over 15 years.
Heidi and her husband, Ryan, are the parents of two boys, Tucker age 17, and Will age 15. They are members of First Baptist Church of Somerset, where she is involved in the Women’s Ministry and volunteers leading a Women’s Bible Study at the Pulaski County Detention Center.
My name is Joseph David Quinton and I am the newest member elected to the Board of Directors. As an inveterate reader and life-long supporter of the Pulaski County Public Library, it is my most sincere pleasure to serve the library staff and patrons within this capacity.
I am married to my best friend, Mitzi Dawn Quinton, and we have one son and one granddaughter, who is the apple of our eye. We also share our lives with two Shih Tzus, Isabella and Daisy Grace, and one Yorkshire Terrier, Ozzie.
Following twenty-nine years in the classroom, I retired from the Pulaski County Board of Education in December 2015 and I now fill my days reading even more than I did previously, I read classical fiction (especially the Victorian, Edwardian, and Georgian eras), literary fiction, contemporary fiction, fantasy fiction, science fiction, historical fiction, cozy mysteries (limited to religious, bookish, or reading themed) Christian fiction and nonfiction, and Jewish fiction and nonfiction.
Donna Haynes McFall has been a lifelong supporter of the Pulaski County Public Library. She is a retired school librarian in the Somerset School System. Prior to that, she taught high school English in the Pulaski County School System.
Before beginning her career in education, Mrs. McFall served as director of the Pulaski County Public Library. She is proud to have played a role in the growth of the library in our county.
Mrs. McFall’s husband, Rodney, is also a retired educator. Their daughter, Joanna M. Lankford, son-in-law, Robert, and grandchildren Audrey and Jack live in Lexington, KY.