Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Darryl Deardorff retires as chief financial officer for BBT.

Darryl Deardorff has announced his retirement as chief financial officer/treasurer of the board for Brethren Benefit Trust (BBT) as of Sept. 30.

Deardorff began as director of investments for BBT in Jan. 1997, and in June of that year took on additional assignments as interim director of information systems and services, and consultant to the treasurer and the Brethren Foundation director. In Jan. 1998, Deardorff was named chief financial officer. His work has included supervising financial operations and management, and investments, and supervising financial services planning and program development. In addition, he also maintains administrative oversight of the Church of the Brethren Credit Union.

Prior to coming to BBT, Darryl was the treasurer for the Church of the Brethren General Board, from 1987 through mid-1994. While serving the General Board, he was instrumental in the Church of the Brethren being ranked number one in good financial management practices among denominations nationwide, according to a 1993 survey by Indiana State University. In other previous work, he directed his own business- consulting and accounting firm in Dayton, Ohio.

Source: 5/07/2008 Newsline Extra

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