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Book details
  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Corporate & Business History
  • Language:English
  • Pages:292

People Helping People

75 Years of the Texas Credit Union League

by Edward M. Walters

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Overview
The Texas Credit Union League's story is one of vision, faith, and the firm belief that each of us is enriched because of the sum of our cooperative experiences. Because we continue to support one another, our association lives its mission of protecting credit unions and promoting their growth, strength, and unity.
Description
The first seventy-five years for the Texas Credit Union League have been extraordinary! From its modest inception to its solid stature enjoyed today, the membership’s collective voice has guided us and served as a steadying arm. For three-quarters of a century, we’ve reached out to support one another in our drive toward improving the financial health of credit union members. This book illuminates the individuals who championed the credit union movement in Texas and who worked tirelessly to safeguard our cooperative nature and to enhance our ability to meet member needs. The League story is one of vision, faith, and the firm belief that each of us is enriched because of the sum of our cooperative experiences. Because we continue to support one another, our association lives its mission of protecting credit unions and promoting their growth, strength, and unity. Ayn Talley, Chair, Texas Credit Union League, President and CEO, Houston Police Federal Credit Unit
About the author
Ed Walters has twenty-five years’ experience as an author, historian, archivist, librarian, and researcher. He holds a PhD degree in history from the University of Georgia and an MA in librarianship from the University of Chicago. Dr. Walters was a professor of history at Oklahoma State University and head of the William Faulkner Collection of the University of Mississippi. For nineteen years, he served as director of libraries at the University of Texas at Dallas. He has published a variety of research works as well as Finding Anything about Everything in Texas: 100 Credible Books & 100 Reliable Web Sites. For over twenty years, he has been a credit union member.

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