On May 26, library specialist Lowell Greunke retired from Omaha Public Library… again. Greunke celebrated his first retirement from OPL in 2005, but was rehired in the same year as a library specialist. His career with OPL spanned 47 years, starting in 1969 as a library page making $1.25/hr! Greunke spent the majority of his time at OPL at the W. Dale Clark Main Library location. Greunke plans to start tackling the “honey-do” list during his real retirement. If that doesn’t keep him busy enough, we may be congratulating him again 10 years from now on another retirement from OPL. Thank you, Lowell!