On Roger Lesch’s first day of retirement, he showed up for work in the same place, taking on the same responsibilities he’d had for years. As the town-appointed special officer for elder affairs, Lesch has been making a lot of the same phone calls, wellness checks, and decisions he’s made for the last two decades of his full-time police career, representing an important segment of the town’s citizenry.
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