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Cleveland, OH: February 28, 2014
Brian D. Tucker, who led
Crain's Cleveland Business
as publisher and editorial director for 25 years before his retirement last year, has been named Vice President and Director of
Corporate Affairs by Dollar Bank.
"Brian's wealth of local and state knowledge and the respect he has earned from Northeast Ohio's senior business and civic leaders
will be essential as we implement Dollar Bank's strategic initiatives in corporate and private banking, community development and
media relations," said Andrew D. Devonshire, Dollar Bank’s President of Ohio. “Brian’s 28 years at Crain's makes him uniquely
qualified to join our team as we celebrate 30 years of serving Northeast Ohio."
Tucker, a longtime popular commentator through his editorial-page column in Crain's, will continue his insightful and honest
commentary on Cleveland's business environment in a new Dollar Bank blog as well as through speeches and other engagements in the
Tucker has been honored for his work by
The Associated Press,
United Press International,
the Press Club of Cleveland
and Kent State University's School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
In 2012, he received the Award for Distinguished Service from the Cleveland chapter of the
Society of Professional Journalists.
For 25 years, Tucker has played a prominent role in a number of non-profit entities, most recently with the
Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland.
For the last seven years, he has chaired the Ronald House Pro-Am Golf Tournament. Under his leadership, the event
generated a net contribution of $1.2 million for the charity, which serves as a temporary home for families with children being
treated at Cleveland hospitals.
Tucker co-chaired one of the three task forces for the strategic plan of the
As a result, he helped create and served as the first chair of the Orchestra's Community Relations Committee. He is
a past president of The City Club of Cleveland
and board member of the predecessor organizations to
Greater Cleveland Partnership and
He was also a two-term chair of
The Presidents Council Foundation,
which helps grow African-American owned businesses in Northeast Ohio.
Dollar Bank welcomes and looks forward to his contributions to its success and continued investment in Northeast Ohio.
About Dollar Bank
Dollar Bank is the largest independent mutual bank in the nation with assets of more than $6.7 billion.* Today, Dollar Bank operates
more than 65 locations throughout the Cleveland and Pittsburgh metropolitan areas. For over 155 years, Dollar Bank has grown to
become a large, full service, regional bank committed to providing the highest quality of banking services to individuals and
businesses. Dollar Bank’s (www.dollarbank.com) Ohio headquarters are located in downtown Cleveland in the Tower At Erieview.