New director ‘gets the call’ at SUBASE Groton
Groton CT, June 27, 2013
The Naval Submarine Base New London (SUBASE) Navy, Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) Office has a new director at the helm.
Getting the call
A native of Vermont and graduate of the University of Vermont, Liberty-Topliff moved to the area as a Navy spouse in 1982. A teacher by profession, she volunteered at the society after she found that there were no community teaching positions available.
"I knew the society wanted volunteers, so I called and they asked if I could start the next day," said Liberty-Topliff.
She volunteered for four years, then took a job at the American Red Cross as the volunteer coordinator for the Blood Services Program. After working for the Red Cross for 18 months, Liberty-Topliff received a phone call from the society.
"I got a phone call asking me if I was interested in applying for a position in Groton as a budget counselor at NMCRS, so I did, and I got the job," said Liberty-Topliff.
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