Collection Development Director
Don Butterworth is the supervisor of the Library Technical Services area, which includes Collection Development, Acquisitions, and Cataloging. In addition, he also oversees the Seminary Archives and the library's publishing arm First Fruits Press.
It has been his privilege to serve the Lord in the B.L. Fisher Library of Asbury Theological Seminary for over 35 years. He is blessed with a wonderful wife of 40 years, two beautiful daughters, and five amazing grandchildren.
Beth Fogler considers her work fascinating because it brings her in contact with many new ideas everyday. She is the first to see the new books, new dissertations, new sermons and lectures. Cataloging non-book materials, such as DVDs, sermons and dissertations is her area of expertise. One aspect of her work that she particularly enjoys is teaching international students to catalog library books in the language of their home country, as we have been adding many Korean and Japanese titles to our collection.
She also enjoys poetry, art, flower gardening and hiking.
As the Acquisition Specialist, the main focus of Teri Arp's job is to assist in purchasing books and resources for the library. She tracks spending, processes invoices, and produces reports regarding the library's acquisition budget.
Teri enjoys spending time with her family and taking long walks with their dog, Felix.