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Kentucky league awards presented at 75th celebration
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (11/25/09)--The Kentucky Credit Union League presented several awards to credit union representatives at its 75th
Bobby White, Park Community FCU, received the Outstanding Young Leader award from the Kentucky Credit Union League. Pictured (from left) are Brian Tyler, East KY Employees FCU, the 2006 recipient; White; and Lynn Huether, league board chair.
J. Huston Reinle, Autotruck FCU, received the Frank Moore Outstanding Professional Award from the Kentucky Credit Union League. Pictured are: Pat Ferry, last year’s recipient; Reinle; and Lynn Huether, league board chair.
Reba Watson, Fort Knox FCU, was honored with the Kentucky Credit Union League’s Steve Brody Outstanding Volunteer Award. Pictured are Henry Wheatley, recipient from 2000; Watson; and Lynn Huether, league board chair. (Photos provided by the Kentucky Credit Union League)
anniversary celebration in Fort Mitchell, Ky. The league presented the Frank Moore Outstanding Professional Award to J. Huston Reinle, president/CEO of Autotruck FCU in Louisville. He also received a service award from the league that recognized 25 years of service on its board of directors (By the Way newsletter Nov. 23). Reba Watson, Fort Knox FCU, Radcliff, received the Steve Brody Outstanding Volunteer Award, which acknowledged more than 30 years of service. Bobby White, Park Community FCU, Louisville, was presented the Richard B. Zimmerman Outstanding Young Leader Award. The league also announced winners of the state-level Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Award:
* Kentucky Employees CU, Frankfort, $20 million to $50 million in assets; * Autotruck FCU, $50 million to $100 million; * Park Community FCU, $200 million to $500 million; * L&N FCU, Louisville, more than $500 million; and * Commonwealth CU, Frankfort, honorable mention, more than $500 million in assets.
ClassAct FCU, Louisville, received the Louise Herring Award for Philosophy in Action, and Park Community FCU, received the Desjardins Youth Financial Education Award.
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