Debra Constantini Memorial books on display through Feb. 25

Books in the Debra Constantini Memorial will be on display at the Dickinson County Library in Iron Mountain through Feb. 25. From left are American Association of University Women past president Jan VanGasse; library Director Megan Buck; Alan Steinberg, husband of Debra Constantini; and AAUW historian Lynne Wilson.

IRON MOUNTAIN — The Dickinson County Library in Iron Mountain has added several titles to its collection to remember and honor the life of Debra Constantini.

These items, presented by the American Association of University Women, will be on display through Feb. 25 at the library.

Constantini was born April 6, 1953, in Iron Mountain and graduated from Immaculate Conception Grade School, Iron Mountain High School and Michigan State University.

She had numerous professional pursuits in teaching and business before eventually returning to Iron Mountain to manage her family’s northside tavern, Bimbo’s l’Vino Torchio, before retiring in 2017.

Constantini was an avid MSU Spartan fan and enjoyed art, theater, dance, books, film and animals.

Items may be reserved at the circulation desk by calling the library at 906-774-1218 or going to

Selections include:

“Feminists Don’t Wear Pink and Other Lies: Amazing Women on What the F-Word Means to Them” by Scarlett Curtis;

“American Bandstand, Slices of Life and Other Poems” by Genean Granger;

“Becoming” by Michelle Obama;

“History vs. Women: The Defiant Lives that They Don’t Want You to Know” by Anita Sarkeesian and Ebony Adams;

“She Did It! 21 Women Who Changed the Way We Think” by Emily Arnold McCully;

“Princesses Save the World” by Savannah Guthrie and Allison Oppenheim;

“Princesses Wear Pants” by Savannah Guthrie and Allison Oppenheim;

“I’ve Loved You Since Forever” by Hoda Kotb;

“The Girl with a Mind for Math: The Story of Raye Montague” by Julia Finley Mosca;

“Start Now! You Can Make a Difference” by Chelsea Clinton.