LITTLETON — The community is mourning the loss of Gerald Winn, New Hampshire’s longest consecutively serving town moderator who dedicated himself in service to his community and provided a guiding hand for more than half a century. Winn died Sunday morning after a battle with cancer. He was 84. Before Monday’s Board of Selectmen’s meeting, board vice-chairman Roger Emerson called for a moment of silence. Upon learning of Winn’s passing, scores of people in the community reached out to his family. In September, Winn retired as Littleton’s town moderator, after serving for 56 years.
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