Amber Greene is honored to serve the Eaton community as the Library Director since July 2022. She graduated from UNC in 2012 and spent the next 10 years working in public libraries in Northern Colorado. She has a Master's Degree in Library and Information Science from Kent State and has specialized in the areas of youth literacy, technology services and library leadership. Amber enjoys reading, cooking, paddleboarding, and hiking with her rescue dogs. It has been her dream to work at a small-town library, very much like the one that changed her life as a child, and she looks forward to honoring Eaton library’s historic past while growing it into the future.
Mandy is an extraordinary individual who has dedicated over 16 years of unwavering service to the Air National Guard. Alongside her military commitments, she balances the responsibilities of being a dedicated mother to two wonderful children. In her leisure time, she finds solace in activities that bring out her creativity and passion. Whether it's sewing, diving into captivating books, or indulging in her love for baking, she effortlessly immerses herself in these hobbies.
Children's Library Associate
Angie is a proud resident of Eaton and a devoted mother of two boys, Zachary and Shawn. With a strong background in teaching, she earned her AA in Early Childhood Education from Aims Community College in Greeley and has spent over 10 years teaching in various preschool classrooms. Currently, Angie is excited to share her love for books with the community as she takes on a new role in the library.
Caroline Wickles started at the library in September 2022 and serves as the Children’s Librarian. She loves living in Colorado with her partner and their dog, but she is a Hoosier by birth. She graduated from Indiana University in 2017 with a dual degree in History and Environmental Studies. In 2023 she received her Master's of Library and Information Science from San Jose State University. In her free time, Caroline rock climbs, skis, and hikes. She loves everything about working at the library, but her favorite parts of her job are creating art and music with kids and sharing her love of fantasy novels with patrons of all ages.
Cassy Crawford is excited to support the Eaton Public Library and our beautiful community as a library associate. She graduated from CSU in 2016 with her Masters Degree in Adult Education and Training. Cassy is an avid consumer of podcasts and enjoys reading, gardening, and tackling new home projects with her family. She is enthusiastic about helping our patrons explore our ever-expanding reading collection and services.
Technology Services Coordinator
Daniel started working at the library in November of 2022. Since then, he has hit the ground running with hardware installations, tech drop-ins, revamping Makerspace and much more. He has a passion for all things technology but specializes in networking and cybersecurity. Daniel is CompTIA certified in A+ hardware/software, networking, and cybersecurity. Daniel is always furthering his knowledge by obtaining new certifications. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, working out, video games, and working on his home lab network. His favorite part of his job is teaching teens and adults PC Building, Networking, and Cybersecurity.
Ellen Dykstra is the Adult Librarian and has worked in libraries for 23 years. She graduated from Texas Woman’s University with a Master’s in Library Science in 2019. Ellen started working in school libraries then public libraries as a technical services associate before moving into academic libraries and finally returning to public libraries. She is an avid reader, minimalist, and loves cats.
Michelle Grey, a nature enthusiast, was raised in a small town, igniting her lifelong passion for the environment. Graduating from Colorado State University with dual degrees in Environmental Health and Biology, she dedicated herself to preserving nature's beauty. Through an internship with Colorado State Parks and Wildlife, Michelle met her husband, Eric, a shared love for conservation uniting them. For 15 years, they've called Eaton home, raising their two sons, Anthony and Alexander. Michelle's heart belongs to the outdoors—fishing, hiking, paddleboarding, and camping—and her love extends to animals, caring for a Yorkie dog and a cherished flock of hens. Actively involved in community conservation efforts, she inspires others to value and protect our natural world.
Adult and Technology Services Library Associate
Rebeca works as the Adult and Technology Services Library Associate at the Eaton Public Library. Rebeca is passionate about equal access to information to all and providing high quality library services to the residents of Eaton. She is currently working on obtaining her Master of Library and Information Science. When not at the library, she is spending time with her husband and two dogs, volunteering at the Humane Society, or listening to a true crime podcast.
Rebecca Proctor is an experienced Executive Assistant at the Eaton Public Library with expertise in scheduling, excel, SharePoint, and office management. She is also a notary and a proud mother of three children. Having lived in Eaton for 16 years, she loves her community and is committed to serving its citizens to the best of her ability. Rebecca is highly organized, detail-oriented, and dedicated to excellence, playing a vital role in ensuring the library runs smoothly. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family and engaging in community activities.
Assistant Manager/Teen Librarian
Stacie Khoury is a New York native who came to Colorado to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. She has been working at EPL since January of 2022 and has enjoyed every second of it. Stacie loves to help tweens and teens find their next favorite book or find a new creative hobby. Stacie has her B.A. in Ancient History and received her MLIS from Long Island University in 2018. Stacie’s favorite thing to do, when she’s not at the library, she relaxes with her three dogs and cooks big hearty meals like lasagna. Stacie is proud to be able to offer help to patrons of all ages (but especially the teens) at the library and hopes to continue for many years to come.