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  • Their Dream Home

    Posted By  Abigail S.
    For J.C. and Jonna, the decision to build their dream home was easy. They weren't finding any houses that met all their requirements near their children's school and found that the price to build was about the same as the price to buy in the area.
  • More Than a Car

    Posted By  Abigail S.
    When Mearl, a retired teacher, desperately needed a new, dependable vehicle, she turned to TTCU. But a relationship that began with a car loan has become so much more. Mearl H. first joined TTCU shortly after she retired from Tulsa Public Schools.
  • Music of the Heart

    Posted By  Abigail S.
    Ruth heard about TTCU through her employment at Oral Roberts University. During their 66 years of marriage, Ruth and her husband used the credit union for loans for three houses and numerous cars. They often worked hard to pay off the loans early.
  • Relationship to Last Generations

    Posted By  Abigail S.
    Establishing savings accounts for his young children was very important to Rodney. Rodney's father-in-law loved TTCU so much that he got Rodney and his children to join. Now he's part of four generations of credit union members.
  • An Unexpected Turn

    Posted By  Abigail S.
    When a scary car accident totaled Josh's car a few years ago, he knew who to reach out to. Josh had been a TTCU member since he was 14 years old, when his mom set him up with a kids' savings account to start earning interest.
  • From Homeless to Hope-filled

    Posted By  Abigail S.
    Frank spent almost 14 years living on the streets as a young adult. When he came to Tulsa on a railroad car, he had no idea what he was going to do. Thanks to a local nonprofit, Frank was able to get some help and turn his life around.
  • Love of Adventure

    Posted By  Abigail S.
    Ann's love of adventure started with a trip to Europe she paid for with money borrowed from TTCU. She had always dreamed of traveling to Europe, and even wanted to be a foreign exchange student while attending ORU, but it never quite worked out.
  • Full Circle

    Posted By  Abigail S.
    Larry had his eye on the perfect car: an MG sports car. As a young person, he had just switched jobs and wanted a new ride that fit his lifestyle. He was already a fan of credit unions, having built a relationship with one at a previous employer.
  • Member for Life

    Posted By  Abigail S.
    When Carolyn's mother died, she didn't have enough money for the funeral. As a newly married teacher, planning a funeral had been the last thing she expected to do. But her five siblings still living at home looked to her to take charge.