True Sky Committed to True Partnership in Community
Vol.6 Issue 2
Sean Cahill, CEO/President True Sky talking to members about the annual growth of the True Sky Credit Union.

On Tuesday, March 3, 2020, the True Sky Credit Union held its annual meeting at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. This heavily attended event was a chance for over 900 members to celebrate 74 years of continued service with True Sky Credit Union. During this meeting, True Sky celebrated both brand new members and long-time members. Two members were brought on stage to have their loans forgiven, and two bright students were presented with scholarships. Guests were treated to live music, family-friendly activities, a barbeque dinner, and over $20,000 in giveaways.

True Sky executives awarded scholarships to some bright young students.
Scholarships awards were just one highlight of the evening’s activities.
Several prize drawings were given away throughout the evening.

True Sky, formerly known as FAA Credit Union, shares a rich history with the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center. True Sky continues to support the FAA and the local Oklahoma metro community by providing outstanding service and continually giving back to the community.

One happy recipient of a True Sky drawing!
True Sky Credit Card

Greg Hill, a retired FAA employee and Nominating Committee Chairperson of True Sky shares his story about being a long time True Sky Member. He reinforces the fact that members who choose to have a new Legacy Debit Card, should know that whenever that card is used, a portion of each purchase is donated to the FAA’s Employee Association.

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