She made porcelain dolls, ceramic dishes, jewelry and statues and she enjoyed gardening. 

Her VISA card program was such a model of excellence, Victoria J. Texter, 37, had recently been interviewed by a national credit union magazine for a story that now will serve as a tribute to her. Texter was the VISA coordinator and a backup computer operator at the Federal Employees Credit Union, where she had worked the past 14 years. A native of Chicago, Texter had lived in Oklahoma City since 1981. Her husband, Jim, said she had been attending Rose State College, taking a variety of physical education courses. She was a member of Sunny Lane United Methodist Church, United Methodist Women and American Business Women’s Association. Texter enjoyed making porcelain dolls and growing perennial flowers in her garden.

Field of Empty Chairs

Victoria Jeanette Texter
Victoria Jeanette Texter
Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building
3rd Floor
Federal Employees Credit Union

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