Press Releases

Entries for June 2015

Treasurer Perdue chats with the board of the Putnam-Gilmer-Lewis United Way after presenting a $78,000 unclaimed property check.WESTON – State Treasurer John Perdue presented the United Way of Gilmer-...
CHARLESTON – A West Virginia resident successfully bid $750 for a rare coin, while two other state residents drove up the bidding process during State Treasurer John Perdue’s latest online unclaimed p...
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Retirement Plus, the state’s officially sanctioned supplemental retirement plan, has passed 16,000 public employees, with total assets of more than $187 million.  Recent ent...
CHARLESTON – West Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue, the administrator of the state’s Unclaimed Property program, is reacting after a positive decision from the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appea...
These are a few examples of assets left behind in safe deposit boxes.CHARLESTON – State Treasurer John Perdue’s office has returned approximately $110 million to rightful owners in his 18-year tenure,...
CHARLESTON – West Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue will recognize three students from Musselman High School at 10 a.m. TOMORROW (June 16) in his office at the State Capitol for each being awarded ...
At left, Truman Griffith, 37, finished fourth overall with a time of 24:43.9, while pushing son Jack in a stroller. Assistant Treasurer Josh Stowers gives Griffith his award.Fifty-seven registrants to...
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