Liberty Savings announces changes in staffing at Granby branch |

Liberty Savings announces changes in staffing at Granby branch

Liberty Savings Bank has announced the retirement of Terry Lange, manager of the Financial Center in Granby. Lange will be followed by Autumn Fisher, who has more than two decades of banking experience.
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After almost 30 years working for Liberty Savings Bank, Terry Lange has retired from her long-held position as the Financial Center manager in Granby.

In announcing Lange’s retirement, the bank thanked her for her many years of service and loyalty to the company.

“She was an excellent employee, leader, and friend to all, and remains a fixture of the tight-knit Grand County community,” the bank noted in a news release. “We wish her health and happiness in her much-deserved retirement.”

Liberty Savings Bank is looking to Autumn Fisher, the former Liberty Savings Bank supervisor in Granby, to follow Lange as manger of the Financial Center in Granby.

Fisher is a member of the Grand County community and a fifth generation Grand County resident born and raised here.

She has 21 years of banking experience and has been a member of the Liberty family for four years.

“It is bittersweet to say goodbye to Terry, both as my close friend and mentor,” Fisher said. “I have big shoes to fill, but I am very excited to be manager. I look forward to a smooth, simple transition.”

Autumn was announced and appointed as the new Granby Financial Center manager by Matt Kluding, president of Liberty Savings Bank, on Nov. 18. As of last week, she has fully taken over her duties as manager.

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