TKA Names Library After Rosemary Beaumont

The King’s Academy recently recognized Rosemary Beaumont’s years of faithful service by naming the school’s newly renovated library the Rosemary Beaumont Library.

A volunteer in the TKA library for almost 30 years, Beaumont’s family, friends and more than 60 guests came together to honor her.

Jeffrey Loveland, immediate past president at TKA, spoke of Beaumont’s impact on the school and her servant’s heart, while Randal Martin, TKA’s current president, spoke of her faithfulness.

“The King’s Academy is a better place because of Mrs. Beaumont’s faithful service, so I am pleased TKA’s Board of Governors has made certain that students, for years to come, will know her name,” Martin said.

Beaumont began her career at Columbia University as a trained nurse before finding her passion for library sciences. She spent 27 years in the public library system before retiring and beginning her volunteer work at TKA.

The library was remodeled over the summer, adding college-style table and chairs, display monitors and Promethean monitors, and a learning center.

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ABOVE: Rosemary Beaumont with her family at the naming ceremony.