Representative Charles McMahon (R)

Rockingham - District 17

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Home Address

11 Floral Street
Windham, NH  03087-1024
Seat #: 2079

Additional Information

House Committee Information
Committee Name: Children and Family Law
Position:  Member
Committee Phone:  603-271-3529
Committee Function:
It shall be the duty of the Committee on Children and Family Law to consider matters relating to children and youth, their rights, obligations, and protection, including all matters covered by RSA 169-B, 169-C, and 169-D, divorce, custody and child support; the application of criminal laws and sentencing to children and such other matters as may be referred to it.

Personal Biography
I grew up in Salem, NH and graduated from Salem High School where I was chosen for All-State honors in Football. This earned me a scholarship to UNH where I played at outside linebacker. Our Team earned two consecutive Yankee Conference Championships and we went to the National playoffs twice. After graduating from UNH in 1977 I worked in Dallas, TX for several years in electronic sales. In 1983 I founded my own company, McMahon Sales Company, a high-tech electronic Manufacturers’ Representative firm which was in operation for over 26 years. I am now in my 15th year as a Professional Real Estate Agent with Coco Early & Associates. I am married to my wife, Kimberly, and we are blessed with three children - Charlie, Brittney and Shane and now also have 2 beautiful granddaughters, Brooke and Noelle. We have lived in the great town of Windham, NH since 1986.
Local Government Involvement
Served 4 terms on the Windham Board of Selectmen
Current Chair of the Windham Housing Authority
Miscellaneous Information:
Served ten years on the Windham Baseball Softball League and led the effort in building Griffin Park in Windham, a multi-use active and passive recreational resource for all to enjoy. At the Statehouse, I have served on the Health Human Services and Elderly Affairs Cmte. for 10 terms and Chaired multiple sub-committees. I am committed to being an aggressive advocate for NH Citizens in helping them meet the challenges of caring for children and adults with disabilities.