Press Releases

Entries for August 2016

WVU claims second spot in Treasurer’s programThe Municipal Bond Commission in fiscal 2016 accounted for 25 percent of money processed through State Treasurer John Perdue’s e-Government program, making...
West Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue presented an unclaimed property check in the amount of $4,615.00 to the Alderson Volunteer Fire Department Thursday morning at the 2016 State Fair of West Vir...
People attending the 2016 State Fair of West Virginia will once again have the chance to bid on a variety of collectibles, knives, jewelry, coins, and more. The West Virginia State Treasurer’s Office ...
State fairgoers who want to cool off and enjoy a fun photo break should stop by State Treasurer John Perdue’s SMART529 display at the WVU Building during the State Fair of West Virginia, which runs Au...
State Treasurer John Perdue presented a $5,000 check Tuesday to the Jackson County Development Authority, during a ceremony at authority headquarters on Seneca Drive.”It’s a great thrill and privilege...
State Treasurer John Perdue’s Unclaimed Property Division has released county-by-county paid claims for fiscal 2016, showing Kanawha once again at the top with $2.5 million paid to its residents.Here ...
State Treasurer John Perdue presented a $169,740 unclaimed property check Tuesday to Charleston resident Gary Cohen, during a ceremony at the Treasurer’s East Wing office.Cohen is a Charleston residen...
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