Karen McCormick is honored at a retirement ceremony at the First Federal branch in east Port Angeles. McCormick started as a teller at the branch in 1977 and later became First Federal CEO and First Federal Community Foundation executive director. (Rob Ollikainen/Peninsula Daily News)

Karen McCormick is honored at a retirement ceremony at the First Federal branch in east Port Angeles. McCormick started as a teller at the branch in 1977 and later became First Federal CEO and First Federal Community Foundation executive director. (Rob Ollikainen/Peninsula Daily News)

First Federal Community Foundation’s inaugural director retires

Karen McCormick, who went from teller to CEO at bank, is honored at reception

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