Representative Stephen Boyd (R)

Merrimack - District 10

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Home Address

51 Whitehall Road
Hooksett, NH  03106
Seat #: 2085

Additional Information

House Committee Information
Committee Name: Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services
Position:  Member
Committee Phone:  603-271-3125
Committee Function:
It shall be the duty of the Committee on Labor, Industrial and Rehabilitative Services to consider all matters relating to labor, wages, and workers' compensation including unemployment compensation and incentive programs, collective bargaining and binding arbitration; matters relating to job retraining and employee rehabilitative services and other matters relating to balancing the rights of employees to the needs of the industrial sector; and such other matters as may be referred to it.

Personal Biography
I have always found history and government fascinating. Having grown up in a small town outside of Boston, I was surrounded by the rich influence of our country’s founding fathers. In various school projects I became more interested in our country’s foundation and poured over such writings as the Federalist Papers.
After high school I followed my father and uncle’s footsteps enlisting in the service to protect our freedom by serving our country. I joined the U.S. Army during the Vietnam Conflict. I served with the 7th ID and the 5th Special Forces Group.
My work career has been primarily as a test engineer for medical device companies and subsequently earned a BS in Organizational Management. I’ve been a member of civic groups and non-profit organizations and am nationally certified as a rifle/pistol instructor. Having always wanted to fly, I completed my pilot certificate flying Cessna 172s. In more recent years archery has become my passion. I competed and medaled nationally, am a level 1 instructor and certified archery judge. I am currently a justice of the peace.
My wife Robin and I have been married for 43 years. We have lived in Hooksett for 26 years.
Local Government Involvement
This my first opportunity to serve the people of Hooksett as a member of the New Hampshire House.