Huston Reinle (pictured at left) will retire on April 30 after 43 years at the $102 million Autotruck Financial Credit Union in Louisville, Ky., including the past 31 as its president. He will be succeeded by Jim Thompson, former president/CEO of the $150 million Kentucky Corporate Federal Credit Union.

Reinle began working for the then-$1.3 million AFCU in December 1970 as a teller. He became president in 1983 and spent his entire career at the Louisville credit union, during which time he also served two terms as chair of the Kentucky Credit Union League, on the executive committee of Credit Union Centers of Kentucky and as a national director for CUNA.

Thompson (pictured at left) joined AFCU in February and will be only the credit union’s fourth chief executive since it was founded in 1961. He began his career as an auditor for the Kentucky league more than 27 years ago and joined the $100 million Kentucky in 1989 as a vice president, taking over as president/CEO in 1998. Thompson left the corporate following an announcement in December 2013 that it would merge into the $1 billion Volunteer Corporate Credit Union in Nashville. Pending final regulatory approval, that merger is expected to be completed by the end of the second quarter, according to Kentucky Corporate’s website.

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