Security Service Charitable Foundation Makes Military Families a Priority at USO of South Texas

December 06, 2015   CORPUS CHRISTI, TX


Bob Paulison, USO of South Texas past chair; Nancy Allen, USO of South Texas president and chief executive officer; David Villarreal, Security Service Federal Credit Union Ingleside branch manager; Irma Trujillo, Security Service Portland branch manager; John Pasch, USO chair; Crystal Gomez, Security Service Aransas Pass branch manager; and Julie Balboa, South Texas vice president for Security Service and vice chair for the USO of South Texas.

Security Service Federal Credit Union has deep roots in the military community.  Therefore, it is only fitting the credit union’s charitable foundation would continue its support for the men and women who serve our country. 

Today, the Security Service Charitable Foundation announced a $10,000 donation to the USO of South Texas.  This particular branch of the USO serves to support the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi and lift the spirits of service members and their families.

“I have personally seen the value this organization brings to military families in our area,” said Julie Balboa, vice president for Security Service Federal Credit Union’s South Texas District. “We are proud to make this donation in support of our service members and their families in recognition of all they do to serve our country.”

The funds will be used to buy food and baby supplies, provide free lunches and purchase a new computer for the USO computer room.  USO of South Texas provides services in Nueces, Kleberg, Aransas and San Patricio counties. Last year, the organization helped more than 10,000 military members and their families.