Lawyer chosen to lead New Hampshire's AARP


CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A New Hampshire lawyer has been appointed to lead the state's chapter of the AARP and its 228,000 members.

Todd Fahey of Bow will take the reins of AARP after more than 20 years practicing law, most recently as a director of the Concord law firm of Orr & Reno.

Fahey's law practice focused on counseling nonprofits on how to define and fulfill their goals. He also has been appointed by judges as special trustee to help nonprofits and charitable trusts that fell into financial distress.

He says he looks forward to his new role at the AARP during a critical time when the state's aging population is on the rise.


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