Plymouth ACC (Assist. Coordinator) since June 2008

Linda Ziemann, Plymouth CC has enjoyed having Mary Holub help with the care and management of Plymouth County IAGenWeb since June 22, 2008.

"Mary is such a great county history warrior, supporting me in whatever online project I attempt. I could not do this coordinator job without Mary's friendship, expertise and help!"

Mary submitted her family history data for posting. Mary is not originally from Plymouth Co. but she has a HEART for the county & its people and heritage!

Iowa Born & Bred

*Parents: Jim & Jennie Blasey, Rockwell City, IA

*Lived until age 9: Templeton, IA (Carroll County)

*Age 9 - 16: Rockwell City, IA (Calhoun County)

*Age 16-until married: Loomis, Nebraska

*Mother of 4; Grandmother of 2

*Moved to LeMars, IA, in January 1995



(Photo by Judy Bowman) Mary Holub, registrar/exhibit manager at the Plymouth County Historical Museum, will be honored during a reception at the Museum this Saturday afternoon, October 23, 2010.

Mary Holub, the museum's new registrar/exhibit manager, will be recognized at a reception in the study hall following the ghost towns program.

Holub began her work this fall as registar/exhibit manager.

She is no newcomer to the museum where she has volunteered since the fall of 1998.

She began her staff duties about a year later as the business manager.

Holub added the position of registrar in 2001 and remained with the museum for the next year. After a few years in other work, she returned in 2007 to the job of registrar and business manager for a time.

Now Holub returns to the museum as registrar/exhibit manager. She is in charge of recording donated artifacts, storing, and displaying artifacts and preserving the history of Plymouth County for future generations.

"We are thrilled to have Mary back in this important role at the museum," administrator Judy Bowman said. "She has valuable experience in the preservation of Plymouth County heritage."

Holub has served as treasurer of the Northwest Iowa Genealogical Society since 1998 and as newsletter editor since 2008. She also is assistant county coordinator for Plymouth County's website on IAGenWeb. Holub is a contributing writer for the Le Mars Daily Sentinel.

~Above excerpts of news article: LeMars Sentinel, Oct. 21, 2010 (article written by Beverly Van Buskirk)

** This is fabulous--to honor Mary Holub! What a devoted person she is to Plymouth County history! Mary is my right arm and always there to help with the Plymouth Co. IAGenWeb site. Wish I could be there to help you celebrate and give her much deserved HONOR. Everyone ENJOY the day and have fun at the museum. ~Linda Ziemann, Plymouth Co. IAGenWeb Coordinator & IAGenWeb State Coordinator 2010-2011.

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