Liberty Bancorp, Inc. (OTCQB: LBCP) announced the appointment of Dr. Dennis Fisher to the Board of Directors. Dr. Fisher was also appointed to the Board of Directors of BankLiberty, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Liberty Bancorp, Inc. Dr. Fisher, a 28 year resident of the Northland, is the recently retired Superintendent of the Park Hill School District. Among his many honors was his selection as the 2010 Missouri Superintendent of the Year. Dr. Fisher led Park Hill to meet all 14 standards on the state’s annual performance review every year he was superintendent. Under Dr. Fisher, Park Hill was the first district to win the Missouri Quality Award for meeting customers’ needs and using best processes. Before his 13 years with the Park Hill School District, Dr. Fisher served 14 years as Assistant Superintendent for Business Services for the Liberty Public Schools. Dr. Fisher currently serves as Chair of the Platte County Economic Development Council. He is also the former Chair of the Missouri Securities Investment Program. “As we continue to grow and make an even greater positive impact in our communities, we can benefit from the diverse background and success Dr. Fisher offers,” said Brent Giles, President and Chief Executive Officer of Liberty Bancorp, Inc. “His knowledge of the Northland and leadership experience are a great complement to our growth and service strategies.” Liberty Bancorp, Inc. conducts substantially all of its operations through its wholly-owned subsidiary, BankLiberty. The Bank offers full service banking services to both commercial and personal customers. As it was when it opened in 1955, the Bank is headquartered in Liberty, Missouri. It has ten branches in the Kansas City metropolitan area, including the largest branch network in the Kansas City Northland area of Clay and Platte counties. It maintains a solid Four Star rating from BauerFinancial, Inc. BankLiberty was recently named 2012 “Best of The Northland” for Best Bank, Best Mortgage, and Best Place to Work.
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