WELLESLEY HILLS, Mass. — Roche Bros. here said that Jay Roche, vice chairman and co-owner of the 18-store chain, has decided to leave the company to pursue other interests. His stake in the chain will be acquired by the two remaining co-owners, his cousins Ed and Rick Roche, a company spokeswoman told SN. In a letter to Roche Bros. employees, Jay said his decision to leave was driven by a “desire to try something new. Knowing firsthand the quality of the management team and the strength of ...

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