Pavillion Dedicated, Open To Community

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Truliant Federal Credit Union has officially dedicated the Pavilion of the Member Support Center in honor of Fred J. Sarda, one of the founding members of Truliant. Sarda helped charter the credit union, known then as Radio Shops, in 1952 to serve the employees of Western Electric. The credit union eventually became AT&T Family FCU, before choosing its current name. "Without Fred's vision and foresight, Truliant would not be here today," the credit union said. The Fred J. Sarda Pavilion will be used by Truliant and is available for use by community groups for meetings.

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