Carolina Trust's Miller to step down as president and CEO

Carolina Trust Federal Credit Union President and CEO Jerry Miller will retire, effective June 2, after almost 20 years of service with the credit union including 13 in his current role. 


Jerry Miller oversaw growth from four to seven branches and 12 ATMs.   Contributed photo

Carolina Trust Federal Credit Union President and CEO Jerry Miller will retire, effective June 2, after almost 20 years of service with the credit union including 13 in his current role. 

"I’ve enjoyed almost two decades at Carolina Trust, serving members and supporting the credit union philosophy of people helping people," Miler said "Even with technology – personal service is a component that cannot be underestimated.”

Throughout his tenure at Carolina Trust, Miller has overseen the implementation of services that benefit members and provide cost-saving banking alternatives, such as nationwide shared branching and CO-OP ATM participation, bump-a-rate certificates, paperless deposit ATMs, mobile deposit, home and business loans, and “green” auto loan discounts.

Miller was also instrumental in joining forces with other credit union executives to create and grow Innovative Business Solutions, a business lending credit union service organization.

Miller oversaw facilities growth from four to seven branches and 12 ATMs while assets grew by $123 million.  

“He has been a valuable asset and pillar of this organization," Human Resources Vice President Jessica Wilson said. "We will miss him greatly and all the years of experience he brings to the table.”

The Carolina Trust Board of Directors has not appointed Miller’s successor.

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