Nancy Deromedi, associate archivist and head of the Digital Curation Services division at the University of Michigan’s Bentley Historical Library, passed away on October 13 following a battle with cancer. Before moving to the digital curation division, she earned her master of library science degree from the School of Information at the University of Michigan and worked in the University and Records Program division of the library since 1998. Deromedi was a regular presenter at the Midwest Archives Conference and SAA’s annual meetings, and she taught the DAS course Managing Electronic Records in Archives and Special Collections. She also was the cofounder of A2Modern, a community group that raised awareness of and appreciation for the history of Ann Arbor’s architecture and design.
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