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Chance Vought Aircraft Employee Credit Union established by employees of Chance Vought Aircraft Corporation in Connecticut.

1948 Established roots in north Texas when Chance Vought Aircraft Corporation moved to Dallas from Connecticut.
1952 Texas Trust was the largest in Texas in number of members, 5,036
1953 Membership exceeded 6,000 and assets surpassed $1 million
1959 The Credit Union was the 10th largest in the country with $5.8 million in assets
1970 Ranked the largest federal credit union in Texas and the fifteenth largest in the United States with $23.4 million in assets
1975 Began offering real estate loans and IRAs
1978 Opened first off-site branch office in Grand Prairie
  • Expanded main office into a bigger Grand Prairie branch off Jefferson Street
  • Exceeded $100 million in assets
1988 Grew to more than $200 million in assets and 41,525 members
1990 Opened branch in east Arlington
1991 Merged with Henderson County Teachers Federal Credit Union
1992 $300 million in assets and more than 47,000 members
1996 Opened branch in Athens
1998 Second East Arlington Branch Opened
  • Opened branch in west Arlington
  • Introduced Home Financial Services
  • Established business services division, providing loans, credit cards, and other business services
  • Began offering insurance to members
  • Renamed Texas Trust Credit Union, to better reflect entire membership (open to anyone who lives, works, or worships in Tarrant, Dallas, Henderson and parts of Ellis and Johnson counties
  • Opened branch in Cedar Hill
2005 Opened new branch and credit union headquarters in Mansfield
  • Assets exceeded $500 million
  • Introduced Health Savings Accounts, FLEX Certificates of Deposit, and Employee Solutions Network
  • Launched Texas Advantage Commercial Lenders for credit union lending
2007 Introduced reverse mortgage program
  • Opened full-service branch inside Ben Barber Career and Technology Academy in partnership with Mansfield schools
  • Introduced MasterCard Gift Cards, Go! Card reloadable teen debit card and MoneyTracker, free online money management tool
2010 Launched second in-school branch at Dubiski Career High, Grand Prairie
  • 75th anniversary
  • Ranked 21st largest credit union in Texas based on Asset Size (out of 547)
  • Launched Spirit Debit Reward Card, paying area schools 15 cents per swipe
  • Added 8,900 new members
  • Opened branch in Grand Prairie and branch in Mansfield
  • Ranked largest credit union residential lender by the Dallas Business Journal
  • Named one of the Top 100 Places to Work by the Dallas Morning News
  • Purchased 78,000 square foot office park for new headquarters facility
  • Named Credit Union Sponsor of the University of Texas Arlington Intercollegiate Athletics
  • Merged with Security One Federal Credit Union, added two branches in Arlington, and 25 employees
  • Opened branches in DeSoto (in-school branch), Hurst, and Arlington
  • Introduced Mobile Deposit
  • Added 15,773 new members
  • Named community partner for the Arlington Collegiate High School at TCC Southeast Campus; donated $35,000 to the school
  • Spirit Debit Reward Card donations to local schools surpassed $500,000
  • Opened branch on University of Texas Arlington Campus
  • Celebrated One Million Brighter when hitting the $1 million mark in Spirit Debit Rewards giving
  • Merged with TrustUS Federal Credit Union, effective August 1, 2016
  • Opened new branch in downtown Midlothian on September 1, 2016
  • Assets exceeded the $1 billion milestone as of December 31, 2016
  • All Texas Trust's 260 employees participated in a community volunteering event for Mission Arlington/Mission Metroplex
  • Reached the $50,000 milestone in scholarship funds donated to UT Arlington Athletics Department through the Spirit Debit Reward program
  • Grand opening celebration marking the completion of Headquarters in May 2017