GOSHEN — Everence President and CEO Larry Miller has announced he will retire in September 2014.
Miller served as president and CEO of Mennonite Financial Federal Credit Union from 1990 until 2006, when he joined Mennonite Mutual Aid as the organization’s chief executive, according to a news release.
In 2010 Miller oversaw the creation of Everence, which brought together the financial services of Mennonite Mutual Aid and the banking services of the credit union.
Everence now serves approximately 80,000 members and manages more than $2 billion in assets.
“My time as president and CEO of Everence has been enjoyable and rewarding,” Miller said in the news release. “Everence is unique. Few denominations have such a financial organization, so I was passionate about keeping and transforming it for future generations within the church.”
At its next meeting on Oct. 25 and 26, the organization’s board of directors will finalize the members, process and timeline for a search committee to find a new president and CEO.
“We expect the next leader to build on the successes that the organization is already achieving and to provide a vision for the future,” said Everence Board Chair D. Duane Oswald in a news release.