A growing community bank should include bankers who grew up in the community. Accountant Matthew Ogard has lived in Poulsbo since the third grade.
But Matthew has ideas that extend far beyond Poulsbo — like how to lower the price of gas to a $1.50 a gallon; And a plan for restoring rail lines and increasing rail transportation. He even saved the Edmonds/Kingston ferry from a major capacity cut by showing them how to rearrange the boats.
Liberty Bank is just the place for visionaries like Matthew who are quick to spot opportunities for improvement.
“The benefits here are outstanding. I am able to grow in my career as we are in process of growing the bank.”