Press Releases

Entries for May 2017

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These four gold coins had drawn the minimum opening bid of $850, with a week to go in the auction.State Treasurer John Perdue’s latest online auction is typically heavy on collectible currency, distin...
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A series of May workshops held by State Treasurer John Perdue’s office proved beneficial to those charged with turning over others’ misplaced assets.The Uniform Unclaimed Property Act asks holders of ...
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A representative of the West Virginia State Treasurer’s Office presented a $500 check to Glenwood School in Mercer County today, as part of the tenth annual SMART529 When I Grow Up essay contest.Third...
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West Virginia State Treasurer’s Office representative Jenny Jebbia presented a $500 check to Woodsdale Elementary School in Ohio County, as part of the tenth annual SMART529 When I Grow Up essay conte...
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West Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue recognized two Harrison County student essay contest winners and presented $500 checks to each of their schools Tuesday morning.Johnson Elementary first grade...
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West Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue presented a $500 check to Union Elementary School in Upshur County Tuesday, as part of the tenth annual SMART529 When I Grow Up essay contest.Third grade stud...
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Race raises college funds for former foster childrenState Treasurer John Perdue’s office and Mission West Virginia will once again make the futures of former foster children brighter after a third ann...
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Race raises college funds for former foster childrenA loving family has adopted two foster children. Everything is great right?Yes, certainly better than the alternative, says Joanna Seigneur, who wit...
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West Virginians are creatures of both the old and new, as evidenced in April by the way they filed for $1.4 million in unclaimed property.Electronic claims are the favorite way to file for lost assets...
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West Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue presented a $500 check to Tomahawk Intermediate School in Berkeley County today, as part of the tenth annual SMART529 When I Grow Up essay contest. Third grad...





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