Tami LaRock
In Library Services since 2005
Tami joined the Goodwin Library in 2005 as a Library aide.  Utilizing her strong Quality background with emphasis on streamlining, problem solving and statistical analysis, she quickly rose to her present position. Among her accomplishments are the design layout of the main floor, extensive pre-launch research of our new online catalog system, as well as many behind-the-scenes processing improvements. She enjoys the outdoors, computers, cats and time with family and friends.
Amy Cornwell
Assistant Director
In Library Services since 2013
During the three and a half years Amy spent volunteering at the Milton Free Public Library, she realized her passion for books and working in a small town library. In the summer of 2014, Amy will complete a dual major with degrees in Business Management and Psychology, and she can not wait to put her education to use for the betterment of the Goodwin Library and its patrons. Amy enjoys photography, reading, astronomy, video games, cats, and spending time with her family.


Joyce White
Children’s Program Coordinator
In Library Services since 1980

Joyce has worked with books (and the people who love them) since 1980. She started at Goodwin Library in 2001, and moved to the Children’s Room team in 2005. She enjoys opening up the world of reading to kids of all ages!

Kayla Morin
Library Aide/Inter-Library Loan Services
Children’s Services
In Library Services since 2013
Kayla started coming to the Goodwin Library when she was 5 years old and loved it so much she started working in the Children’s Room in September of 2014! Kayla has been working with kids for more than 10 years and has loved reading for even longer! She graduated in May of 2014 with her Bachelor’s of Social Work and a minor in Psychology, both of which she hopes to use to better serve patrons. In her free time Kayla enjoys reading, spending time with her family, knitting and camping.
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Morgan Barrett
Library Aide
Adult Services
In Library Services since 2016
Morgan joined the Goodwin Library first as a volunteer in the summer of 2015 and a year later as an Aide. An industrious and affable individual who loves working with the library, Morgan enjoys being able to continue assisting patrons and staff alike. Interests include reading, writing, playing video games, spending time with friends and family, learning how to draw, and learning in general.
Patience Taylor
Library Aide
Adult Services
In Library Services since 2005
Patience enjoys her job, walks in the woods, reading, quiet time, feeding and watching birds, jigsaw puzzles, and spending time with family.
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Pam Groat
Library Aide
Children’s Services
In Library Services since 2015
Pam has worked in the book field since 2005. She has worked as an Aid for kids with disabilities, specializing in American Sign Language. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, reading a variety of books, knitting, and playing computer games.

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Susan Blum
Library Aide
In Library Services since 2016
Susan started as a volunteer at the library in 2015 and now we are happy to have her on board as one of our staff. Susan graduated from McIntosh College and Southern New Hampshire University in Business. She loves to travel, spend time with family and her cats, and read suspense novels.
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Linda Dutton Seaward
 Custodian, Substitute Library
Linda’s many years’ experience in family-owned inns, motels, and cottages prepared her for filling Goodwin Library’s Custodian position in July 2016. She takes pride in keeping our library house clean and bright. Don’t be surprised, though, if you see her behind the desk. A Librarian since 1998, she has worked in Circulation, Inter-library Loan, and Children’s Services at other area libraries, so she is well qualified to step in as a Substitute Librarian when needed. Ballet, swimming, gardening, and grand-parenting keep her busy, as well!

The Goodwin Library is also fortunate to have many dedicated volunteers from our town that contribute countless hours to efforts at the library. Our library would not be what it is without them. Though they may not be employees of the Goodwin Library, their enthusiasm and tireless acts of collaboration and devoted community building, should not go unnoticed.