APNewsBreak: Pearl Harbor nonprofit CEO leaves organization

HONOLULU (AP) — The nonprofit that supports the National Park Service's operations at Pearl Harbor says its CEO is no longer with the organization.

Pacific Historic Parks board member Jim VanDerKamp said in a statement Thursday the departure of Ray L'Heureux (La-'ROO) is a "confidential personnel matter." As a result VanDerKamp says the board can't discuss the reasons.

He says L'Heureux officially left the organization on Aug. 4. L'Heureux didn't immediately respond to a text message seeking comment.

The board in April said it placed L'Heureux on paid administrative leave while it investigated allegations made in an anonymous letter. The board didn't disclose the contents of the letter.

Pacific Historic Parks runs a gift shop at the Pearl Harbor visitors' center and raises money to support the USS Arizona Memorial.