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Susan Dibble

Staff Writer
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Susan Dibble is a community news coordinator in the DuPage office of the Daily Herald. She writes a weekly feature called "Neighbor to Know;" previews community events; does event and calendar listings; and schedules photos for DuPage County communities. Susan joined the Daily Herald staff in 2004.

Before coming to the Daily Herald, she worked for Liberty Suburban Chicago Newspapers for four years as a Lifestyle writer/editor, and at the Doings Newspaper in Hinsdale for 15 years as a municipal and general assignment reporter, political editor and business writer.

She also has freelanced for the Chicago Tribune, the Business Ledger, West Suburban Living and Press Publications.

Susan holds a master's degree in communications from Wheaton College. A native of Upstate New York, she has been a resident of the Western suburbs most of her adult life and currently lives in Glen Ellyn.

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Donations and volunteers make new Ronald McDonald House possible in DuPage

Oct 27 2014 | 7:55 pm - Katie Allabough counts herself blessed to have a happy, healthy 5-year-old daughter. She knows not everyone is so lucky, that there are many families who have a child who is seriously ill. As the director of the new Ronald McDonald House under...

Because One Is Too Many event invites discussion about domestic violence

Oct 10 2014 | 9:38 am - Meggie Zayas of Lombard and Jessie Dattalo of Wheaton, two young women passionate about raising awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault, are organizing Because One Is Too Many on Saturday, Oct. 11, at Benedictine University in Lisle.

Miley Sparrow of Villa Park, a single mom of five, put herself through law school

Oct 06 2014 | 1:14 pm - Miley Sparrow of Villa Park was a single mother of five and working full-time as a waitress in a restaurant when she enrolled in law school. The day after she took her bar exams, she was filmed for a segment on the Today Show that featured three...

Naperville women leading push for reforms in Catholic church

Sep 16 2014 | 12:57 pm - West Suburban Call to Action, part of the national Call to Action organization, works for justice and inclusiveness within the Catholic Church. The group is sponsoring a presentation by internationally known activist Roy Bourgeois, a former priest,...

New Wheaton store to focus on vinyl records

Sep 17 2014 | 8:36 am - Michael Paeth has always loved music and always loved vinyyl records, and he's found out a lot of other people --even younger people --do too. With his two teenage daughters, Abby and Allie, he'll be opening Mile Long Records in October in downtown...

Oak Brook woman travels world, finds ways to make a difference

Sep 11 2014 | 10:17 am - June Scott, 83, of Oak Brook has traveled to Antarctica, New Zealand, Australia and penguin-populated parts of Africa to see the world's 17 varieties of penguins in their natural habitat. In November, she heads to Manitoba to have her first look at...

Lisle Library partners with local businesses in September

Sep 03 2014 | 1:50 pm - Lisle Library is partnering with local businesses for the sixth year of "I Love My Lisle Library Card" Business Parnership program. Library patrons receive discounts at 45 participating businesses by showing a current Lisle Library card through...

Cantigny Golf helps veterans with disabilities get their game on

Aug 28 2014 | 11:36 am - Cantigny Golf works with RevelationGolf to conduct monthly clinics for veterans with physical disabilities and post-traumatic stress disorder. “I think it’s very beneficial for veterans," veteran Dawn Mattson said. "I think it helps...

West Chicago’s Ruben Pineda leads initiative to make his community healthier

Aug 15 2014 | 9:22 am - Healthy West Chicago is a collaborative effort of many organizations to bring down obesity rates, promote nutrition and physical activity, and create a better environment for West Chicago residets, who currently have among the highest rates of...

World Relief leader: U.S. at fault on immigration problems

Aug 06 2014 | 11:16 am - The debate over unaccompanied children from Central America crossing into the U.S. is in large part a problem of our own making, says Emily Gray, executive director of World Relief DuPage/Aurora and a former missionary to Central America. Gray said...

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