Everence CEO Larry Miller to retire
GOSHEN, Ind. — Larry D. Miller, Everence president and CEO, announced his retirement schedule for September 2014.
“My time as president and CEO of Everence has been enjoyable and rewarding,” said Miller. “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.
Miller served as president and CEO of the organization’s credit union for 16 years. Then he joined MMA as its chief executive in 2006. When the two organizations united to create Everence, he continued in the role of president and CEO. He is a native of Kalona, and worked in Iowa early in his career.
Founded almost 70 years ago in 1945, Everence now serves approximately 80,000 members and manages more than $2 billion in assets. During his tenure, Miller oversaw the creation of Everence in 2010, which brought together the financial services of MMA and the banking services of Mennonite Financial Federal Credit Union. Together, they offer comprehensive faith-based services for individuals and organizations.
Miller led the organization in strengthening its field offices with financial advisers around the country as well as the expansion of investment management services. Everence provides financial services and advisory expertise in banking, insurance, investments, retirement and charitable giving.