- Associated Press - Monday, May 5, 2014

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - The chief operating officer for Maine’s Department of Health and Human Services has left for the private sector.

Department spokesman John Martins said that William Boeschenstein (BO’-shen-stine) Jr.’s last day with the agency was Friday.

The Sun Journal reports ( https://bit.ly/1kEtZVt ) that Boeschenstein will be replaced by Sam Adolphsen, who has served as deputy commissioner of finance for the department since December 2013.

Martins says Boeschenstein wanted to pursue other interests in the private sector and be closer to his family. Before serving as chief operating officer for the department, he ran and sold his own business that managed investment risk in energy for corporations.


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