Thrivent Financial Takes Over Broken Top Club


Thrivent Financial, a fully-integrated financial services company based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, has acquired the Broken Top Club. 
The Thrivent Financial local representative, owner of Experion Capital and a Bend homeowner, Robert Humphrey has worked with Thrivent Financial for 18 years and is charged with overseeing this asset. 

“The Broken Top Club is a premier real estate asset and Thrivent Financial has committed to the financial stability and value enhancement of this asset.   Our success is dependent upon the support of existing members, future members, the homeowners association, the business community and the social interaction of all these interests together,” said Humphrey.  “Our intent is to operate a private golf club and invite the community to enjoy access to the dining facilities and scheduled social functions.”

Thrivent has appointed Brad Myrick as the general manager of the Broken Top Club.  Myrick, an Oregon native, moved to Central Oregon in 1995 from a private club in the Bay area to manage the Crosswater Club in Sunriver. 

During his 15 year tenure with Crosswater Myrick  was responsible for all club operations including customer service, member retention and sales, hosting and management of national golf events, and member and homeowner relations. Myrick is a 25 year member of the Professional Golfers Association (PGA), an active member of the Club Managers Association of America and has been recognized numerous times by the Oregon Chapter of the PGA as Merchandiser of the Year. 

“Brad is the perfect leader for the Broken Top Club.  He is an involved member of the local community, has experience with some of the most prestigious golf clubs in the country, and understands the complexities of operating a premier club,” said Humphrey.  “Broken Top Club will no longer have a structured governing board of directors and instead will work with Brad Myrick to develop a membership advisory group to assist in achieving the positive experience that the membership, homeowners association, and community desire along with Thrivent’s long-term partnership commitment.”

Thrivent Financial is a mutual benefit society composed of 2.6 million members, with $67 billion in diverse assets; a Fortune 500 diversified financial services company offering annuities, mutual funds, and commercial mortgages, with a mission to give back to the communities that it serves.


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