11:48 AM EST, January 28, 2013
Meghan Rafferty, assistant branch manager of its Park Avenue branch in Bel Air, is the winner of Freedom Federal Credit Union's quarterly "Core Value Award," which recognizes Freedom employees who continuously demonstrate support of Freedom's unique core values established as a vision and guidance for all employees in their commitment to serve Freedom members, fellow employees and the Harford County community.
Rafferty joined Freedom as a financial services representative (FSR) in 2009 and was promoted to Senior FSR and then to assistant branch manager. A standout Core Values Award candidate in this past quarter's peer nominations, Rafferty was recognized for her commitment, integrity and dedication to serving Freedom members, fellow employees and the organization as a whole.
The Core Values Award is based on employee nominations and chosen by a volunteer committee of Freedom employees. The committee recognized Rafferty's character as a model for representing Freedom's core values.
Rose Ann Lambert, president/CEO of Freedom said, "It is because of Meghan, along with her fellow co-workers and their committed pursuit and display of Freedom's core values, that Freedom Federal Credit Union is able to deliver on being Harford County's 'Better Way to Bank.'"
Freedom Federal Credit Union is a community-chartered credit union offering consumer financial services to those who live, work, volunteer, worship, attend school or have family in Harford County. Additionally, Freedom offers a full-line of banking services for all businesses, associations and other organizations that are based in Harford County. Freedom is celebrating its 60th anniversary in business having started in 1953. The credit union has five area locations.
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