Union Pacific Announces Appointment of Michael Miller as Treasurer, Retirement of Gary Grosz
Omaha, Neb., December 10, 2021
Union Pacific has named Michael Miller vice president and treasurer effective Feb. 1, 2022, following the announced retirement of Gary Grosz.
Miller, currently assistant vice president-Corporate Finance and assistant treasurer, has been with Union Pacific for 28 years. He has held numerous Finance roles, including in Budgeting; Business Development and Planning; Corporate Audit; Cost and Profit Management; and Investor Relations. He will report to Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Jennifer Hamann.
Miller will succeed Grosz, who is retiring March 1 after nearly 40 years at Union Pacific. Grosz served as assistant vice president-Corporate Finance and assistant treasurer for nearly 20 years before being promoted to vice president and treasurer in April 2019. He previously held roles in Corporate Audit; Investor Relations; and Planning and Analysis.
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