Announcements: August 2010 Archives
Frank Guinta will be hosting a Laconia Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, August 10th beginning at 6PM. The meeting will be held at the Woodside Building at the Taylor Community in Laconia. For more information, contact Kory Wood (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 836-5620.
Date: 08/11/10 (Wednesday)
5:30pm Buffet Dinner ($14)
Place: Shanghai Restaurant
331 South Main Street
603 - 524 - 4100
Candidate for NH Governor
Jack Kimball is a lifelong New Englander and a 40 year resident of New Hampshire. Jack learned the values of hard work early by working his way through college and being a single parent. Jack also has demonstrated his understanding and commitment to service having served in the Navy on the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt. While in the Navy, Jack received the Honorman of Company Award and was honorably discharged in 1970.
Following his military service, Jack moved to Nashua, New Hampshire. He enrolled at the University of Massachusetts Lowell where he earned his degree in Business Administration while working for BASF full-time. Later, he left BASF to start his own company eventually turning Great Bay Facility Maintenance Service into a million dollar enterprise.
Jack’s decision to run for governor came after many months of thought and discussion. An active participant of the Tea Party movement, he decided the best way to fight for New Hampshire was to lead the charge in taking it back. Jack believes the Corner Office is devoid of leadership and integrity and that it is time to return both to the governorship.
In addition to his successful business pursuits, Jack is a Pease Greeter and an active supporter of military causes. His military and business history prove he is a leader who understands what it takes to preserve the New Hampshire Advantage.
Jack lives in Dover, NH with his wife Donna Marie, who is a nurse; his step-daughter, Leah; and mother-in-law, Jeanne. Jack also has a daughter Tammy who lives in Rochester with her husband Tate and two daughters Teya and Tiana.Bill O'Brien
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Map to the Shang-hai restaurant: