CU Officials Raise Funds For Memorial

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Two executives at the former Federal Employees Credit Union (now Allegiance) who were injured in the 1995 terrorist blast at the Murrah Federal Building here are involved in the Second Decade Campaign, which seeks to raise $5 million in private dollars to match the $5 million authorized by Congress last year.

Florence Rogers, who retired from FECU, and Amy Petty, currently vice president with Allegiance, are working to raise funds. Contributions can be made to Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum-Second Decade Campaign, P.O. Box 323, Oklahoma City, OK 73101, or via the web at

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