HELENA, Mont. – Brad Miller has been named president/CEO of the $262 million Treasure State Corporate CU. Miller takes over on Oct. 1, 2002 and will be working side by side with current Treasure State Corporate CU President/CEO Myrt White. White isn't scheduled to retire until Jan. 2003. White joined Treasure State back in 1986 as a VP of financial services and COO for the league, which in those days required she work on corporate business as well. In 1996 she was named president/CEO of the corporate. White had experience at CUs in Montana prior to the league position. Her CU career spans 30 years. In Miller, Treasure State Corporate gets a financial services veteran. Currently he is on the management team of Carreker Corporation in Minneapolis where he assists financials in integrating software solutions and implementing e-business solutions to increase efficiency. Before Carreker, Miller worked for 12 years at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis where he served as Manager of Payment Services. He also worked for the Federal Reserve as Manager of Business Development. "Brad brings a wealth of business knowledge and experience in payments systems. He already knows many of our credit union presidents and managers from his previous work at the Federal Reserve Bank in Helena," said White. "I am very excited about the board's choice of Brad as my successor." [email protected]

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