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.