Clarksburg Woman Joins Greylock Mortgage Team

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Credit Union announces the hiring of Sarah E. Gaffey as a mortgage and business development officer based in the North Adams branch.

Gaffey will build upon Greylock's success as the number one mortgage lender in the county by enhancing customer service and ease of access to Greylock’s mortgage lending products in North County.

"Sarah is the perfect fit for the Greylock family," said Jodi Rathbun-Briggs, senior vice president and chief lending officer with Greylock. "She has a keen understanding of mortgage lending and is known throughout the community for her exceptional customer service. We are thrilled that Sarah has come on board."

Gaffey has nearly 20 years of banking experience, all of it spent serving the local community. She earned a bachelor of business administration degree from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 2002. She also graduated from 1Berkshire's Berkshire Leadership Program and serves on multiple community boards, including the United Cerebral Palsy, the Multiple Sclerosis Support Foundation, the Northern Berkshire United Way, and the McCann Alumni Association.

Gaffey lives in Clarksburg with her husband Jamie and two daughters.


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