BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Amsouth Bancorp said Wednesday that vice chairman Thomas E. Hoaglin would resign after just six months at the company.

Mr. Hoaglin, 51, is leaving at the end of the month for "personal reasons," said a spokesman. He joined Amsouth in December and was responsible for helping the company get through the integration of operations acquired from Nashville-based First American Corp. Before that Mr. Hoaglin spent 26 years at Bank One Corp.

The spokesman said Mr. Hoaglin had indicated that the move from Bank One was a "difficult transition."

Mr. Hoaglin has no immediate plans to join another bank, the spokesman said. He said the executive would move his family to North Carolina and may consider consulting or a family business opportunity.

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