Andrew Erlewein, of Rockford, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Kent District Library by the Kent County Board of Commissioners.
Erlewin, who is an assistant vice president at Aon Risk Services, will represent the city of Rockford and Cannon, Algoma, Courtland and Grattan townships. His term runs through 2019.
Erlewein has a background in actuarial and computer science. He and his wife have two children.
"My family and I have been active Kent District Library patrons since moving to Rockford, and I look forward to contributing my talents to the future success of the KDL," said Erlewein. "I especially would like to reach out to the Kent County citizens who may not realize what benefits the library has to offer them."
The eight members of the KDL Board of Trustees represent 27 communities throughout Kent County. Board meetings are typically held the third Thursday of every month; times and locations are posted at www.kdl.org.
Kent District Library is a public library system operating 18 branch libraries. KDL serves nearly 400,000 residents of 27 governmental units, comprising most of Kent County, Michigan. KDL is an IRS-designated 501(c)(3) nonprofit supported by millage dollars and private donations. For more information, please contact Communications Manager Heidi Nagel at firstname.lastname@example.org.