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Marshfield Police Chief Gary Jepsen to retire in May

10:01 PM, Feb. 13, 2014
Gary Jepsen
Gary Jepsen
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The top Marshfield law enforcement official has announced he will retire in May.

Police Chief Gary Jepsen announced his intention to retire from the department May 15, having spent more than 30 years on the beat in Marshfield, and the last four as chief of police.

"This is a bittersweet decision as I still possess a great deal of passion for the job and service to the community as well as my fellow officers and other personnel of the department," Jepsen said in his retirement announcement. "Having fulfilled so many goals in the past, it is good to have ongoing dreams toward the future." ...

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