St. Paul, Minn.— Deluxe Corporation (NYSE: DLX)
announced today that it has hired Douglas Treff, 43, to become its senior vice president
and chief financial officer, and Anthony C. Scarfone, 39, to become senior vice president
and general counsel. Both Treff and Scarfone will join Deluxe early next month and assume
their official duties after the split-off of eFunds Corporation later this year.
Deluxe's current CFO, Lois M. Martin, and its current general counsel, John H.
LeFevre, will be leaving Deluxe as planned after the split.
Treff spent over ten years with Wilsons The Leather
Experts, Inc., where he held a number of positions, the most recent of which was chief
financial officer. Wilsons, a leather specialty apparel retailer, has 530 stores
throughout the US, Canada and the UK, and revenues that exceed $600 million. During his
21-year career, Treff also held positions with QVC Network, Inc., Apogee Enterprises, and
Champion International Corporation.
Scarfone spent six years as vice president, general counsel
and secretary with Dahlberg, Inc., a leading worldwide manufacturer, marketer, and
distributor of state-of-the-art electronic hearing devices, located in Minneapolis.
Previously, he held senior legal positions with Bausch & Lomb Incorporated and
practiced with the law firm Harris Beach & Wilcox, both in Rochester, N.Y.
"Doug and Tony will be great additions to the
leadership team of the new Deluxe," said Lawrence J. Mosner, who will become the
company's chief executive officer after the split. "We're happy to have
both of them on board."