After taking over as president/CEO of the Illinois Credit Union League a little more than one year ago, Sean Hession abruptly left his position effective immediately, according to a prepared statement released after business hours Tuesday.

The release did not provide a reason for Hession's departure.

Tom Kane, executive vice president and chief operating officer of the League Service Corp., was named interim president/CEO by the board. LSC is the league's $60 million business subsidiary that provides financial products and services for more than 2,300 credit unions across the country.

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