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Staff Profile Series: Sue Walls

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Name: Sue Walls

Position: Human Resources Administrator

I’ve been with the OLS and its predecessor organizations since December 1981. My first position was working in Interlibrary Loan with the Central Ontario Regional Library System. I have had various positions through-out my career with the OLS and have enjoyed the experience and friendships that I have gained. It certainly has been a pleasure to work with such a great team. On a personal note, I enjoy reading, cooking, walks, and spending time with my fur baby, my wee man Sky, the cat who seems to think he’s a dog.


If you could become a character from any book who would you pick and why?

It is really hard to pick just one character, but I do love a good murder mystery so I would pick the Women’s Murder Club, Lindsay Boxer character written by James Patterson.  I enjoy how the women of the club interact with each other and put all the pieces together to solve the crime. The fact that the character has a border collie named Martha helps as well.

My favourite meal is…

Another hard one!  I love food but if I had to choose it would be scalloped potatoes and meatloaf. That was always my comfort food growing up, and it brings back fond memories cooking with my mom.

My desert island record is…

Anything by the Beach Boys 😎