A statement from the Atlanta Fed said that after 42 years of service, Guynn, who turns 64 later this year, plans to focus more of his energy on the community and civic work in which he has been involved, as well as other interests.
"Retirement will also allow him more time in the near term to devote to recovery and rehabilitation from arthritis-related surg
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