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Talley Celebrates 30 Years at Allegiance Credit Union
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 7:00 AM

Terri Talley

Terri Talley, business development officer at Allegiance Credit Union (ACU), is celebrating 30 years of outstanding service. The distinction makes her the longest-tenured employee in the history of the credit union, which was founded in 1963 as Federal Employees Credit Union (FECU) in downtown Oklahoma City. Talley began her career at FECU in November 1987 when she was hired as a receptionist.

On April 19, 1995, Talley became one of 15 FECU employees to survive the Oklahoma City bombing, which claimed the lives of 18 coworkers and 85 of the credit union’s members. Talley is one of five survivors still employed at ACU.

During her 30 years with ACU, Talley has also served in the capacity of mortgage loan officer, consumer loan officer, and branch manager. Currently, as a business development officer, she is responsible for establishing and cultivating partnerships with area businesses and organizations. Talley holds a CCUE (Certified Credit Union Executive) designation from Rose State College and Credit Union National Association.

In addition to being an avid dog fosterer, she is a volunteer for the Oklahoma City National Memorial, where she regularly gives her first-person account. She and husband Brian have two children, Vincent and Tawni, and a new granddaughter, McKenzie.

About Allegiance Credit Union
Allegiance Credit Union, formerly Federal Employees Credit Union (FECU), was chartered in February 1963 under the Oklahoma State Banking Laws. It was originally located in the basement of the Federal Courthouse and then moved into the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. April 19, 1995 changed lives drastically as the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building had been bombed and 33 employees drastically turned into 15. In February 2002, Federal Employees Credit Union became a community charter, allowing membership from the six counties surrounding Oklahoma City; thus changing the name to Allegiance Credit Union on May 1, 2003. Allegiance Credit Union continues to grow in asset size, membership, and branch locations. The legacy of FECU, the restoration, and continued growth as Allegiance Credit Union makes members and employees alike proud to be credit union people.