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A power of attorney - general durable or healthcare - to be transferrable UNLESS the document says the designated POA can assign duties OR unless the document names an alternate person to serve in your absence, etc.
The only real thing you could do is have your father sign a new POA naming someone else as his POA (if he is capable). IF he's not capable, then the only way you could get an alternate person named would be to file a petition for a temporary guardianship and get a court order.
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