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OKLAHOMA CITY – It was a difficult and emotional day for those six employees from Allegiance Credit Union here who took part in 10th anniversary ceremonies and speeches at the site of the old Murrah Federal building that was bombed by domestic terrorists in 1995.

oklahoma city bombing 20 years later, terrorism in united states“April is always a difficult month for us but it was all the more so this year,” declared Lynette Leonard, president/CEO of Allegiance, the former Federal Employees CU which suffered the biggest staff loss of 18 employees and two volunteers in the Murrah bombing. Joined by Allegiance employees, Leonard spent time April 21 at the ceremonies and speech making downtown noting the six Allegiance survivors as well as other members of her staff “held up pretty well.”

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