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Marshfield Police Chief retires Thursday

4:23 PM, May 13, 2014
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Looking back on more than 30 years of a career in law enforcement, Marshfield Police Chief Gary Jepsen said he has been blessed to have had a job he passionately enjoys.

Jepsen, 59, retires Thursday after 34 years on the force. He has served four years as chief.

"As I look back on my career, the things that stand out aren't necessarily the things that I did as an officer, but the people around me. There's a camaraderie you have with officers and the assignments you've gone on together that builds bonds," he said. ...

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