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First Person: Stories of Hope Features Survivor Amy Petty
June 12, 2009
Each Friday this summer, visitors to the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum will have a unique opportunity to hear from some of the people most affected by the April 19, 1995, bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.
Join us this Friday at 1:30 p.m. inside the Memorial Museum.
This Week’s Featured Speaker
Amy Petty, Survivor, Federal Employees Credit Union
Currently serving as Chief Operations Officer and Senior Vice President of Lending at Allegiance Credit Union, Amy Petty worked in the Visa Department at what was then called Federal Employees Credit Union on April 19, 1995. She fell three floors and was trapped for several hours under more than six feet of rubble. Petty was instrumental in the rebuilding of the credit union, which lost 18 of its 33 employees in the bombing.
Petty has been married 20 years and has a nine year old son. She credits her faith and family for her recovery and will never forget the heroic efforts of her many rescuers.
First Person: Stories of Hope presentations are free with paid admission to the Memorial Museum. This program is also available by advanced reservation for groups touring the Memorial and Museum.
Click the following link for more information on the First Person: Stories of Hope summer series schedule of speakers.
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