CHICAGO — A few years after picking up and moving from Chicago, where he worked for a major accounting firm, to settle in a small Colorado town, W. Martin “Wally” Morics was itching for more of a challenge. Encouraged by his wife, Cathy, he applied for an opening as the deputy comptroller of Milwaukee.

At 29, he figured he didn’t stand a chance.

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