Federal Reserve Banks, Branches, and Offices

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Federal Reserve Banks, Branches, and Offices


Federal Reserve Banks, Branches, and Offices

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK           Chairman
branch, or facility     Zip      Deputy Chairman

BOSTON *               02106   James J. Norton
                                 Samuel O. Thier

NEW YORK *             10045   Peter G. Peterson
                                 John E. Sexton
  Buffalo              14240   Marguerite D. Hambleton

PHILADELPHIA           19105   Glenn A. Schaeffer
                                 Ronald J. Naples

CLEVELAND *            44101   Robert W. Mahoney
                                 Charles E. Bunch
  Cincinnati           45201   To be announced
  Pittsburgh           15230   Roy W. Haley

RICHMOND *             23219   Wesley S. Williams, Jr.
                                 Irwin Zazulia
  Baltimore            21203   Owen E. Herrnstadt
  Charlotte            28230   Michael A. Almond

ATLANTA                30303   Paula Lovell
                                 David M. Ratcliffe
  Birmingham           35242   W. Miller Welborn
  Jacksonville         32231   William E. Flaherty
  Miami                33152   Brian E. Keeley
  Nashville            37203   Whitney Johns Martin
  New Orleans          70161   Dave Dennis

CHICAGO *              60690   Robert J. Darnall
                                 W. James Farrell
  Detroit              48231   Timothy D. Leuliette

ST. LOUIS              63166   Charles W. Mueller
                                 Walter L. Metcalfe, Jr.
  Little Rock          72203   To be announced
  Louisville           40232   To be announced
  Memphis              38101   To be announced

MINNEAPOLIS            55480   Ronald N. Zwieg
                                 Linda Hall Whitman
  Helena               59601   Thomas O. Markle

KANSAS CITY            64198   Terrence P. Dunn
                                 Richard H. Bard
  Denver               80217   Robert M. Murphy
  Oklahoma City        73125   Patricia B. Fennell
  Omaha                68102   A.F. Raimondo

DALLAS                 75201   Ray L. Hunt
                                 Patricia M. Patterson
  El Paso              79999   To be announced
  Houston              77252   To be announced
  San Antonio          78295   To be announced

SAN FRANCISCO          94120   Nelson C. Rising
                                 George M. Scalise
  Los Angeles          90051   William D. Jones
  Portland             97208   Karla S. Chambers
  Salt Lake City       84125   H. Roger Boyer
  Seattle              98124   Mic R. Dinsmore

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK   President                 Vice President
branch, or facility      First Vice President    in charge of branch

BOSTON *               Cathy E. Minehan
                         Paul M. Connolly

NEW YORK *             William J. McDonough
                         Jamie B. Stewart, Jr.
  Buffalo                                        Barbara L. Walter (1)

PHILADELPHIA           Anthony M. 

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