Vicki Rondeau has had a 30-year career as a Librarian. She has worked as a School Districts’ Library Director, previously serving as a Librarian for individual schools at all grade levels. In addition, she has been a Branch Supervisor overseeing public libraries as well as a Librarian at the California Legislature Law Library. In 2007 she won the Lighthouse for Literacy Award in Sacramento. She holds a Master’s Degree in Information and Library Science from San Jose State University, a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, as well as a Secondary Teaching Credential in English and a Library Media Teacher’s Services Credential. In retirement she spends time with three grandchildren, is active in the River City Quilt Guild, prunes roses for a local community rose garden, cooks for a Supper Club and travels. She has stayed in touch with her profession by serving on a local Friends of the Library Board. Currently, she is now involved in genealogical research and this WWI book project. She lives in Sacramento, California.