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Lou D'Allesandro's Biography


Contact Information

State House, Room 117
107 North Main Street
Concord, NH 03301

Full Name:

Lou D'Allesandro




Wife: Patricia; 3 Children: Anne, Michael, Christina

Birth Date:


Birth Place:

Boston, MA

Home City:

Manchester, NH



Attended, Programs for Senior Executives in State and Local Government, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, 2002

MEd, Administration, Rivier University, 1971

Bachelor's, History, University of New Hampshire, 1957-1961

Senator, New Hampshire State Senate, District 20, 1998-present

Candidate, New Hampshire Governor's Office

Candidate, New Hampshire House of Representatives, District 20

Candidate, New Hampshire State Senate, District 20, 2018

Representative, New Hampshire State House of Representatives, 1973-1974, 1997-1999

Former Executive Councilor, State of New Hampshire, 1974-1980

Former Member, Administrative Rules Committee, New Hampshire State Senate

Former Chair, Capital Budget Committee, New Hampshire State Senate

Former Chair, Finance Committee, New Hampshire State Senate

Adjunct Faculty Member, Franklin Pierce College

Interviewer, Manchester Community Television

Adjunct Faculty Member, Saint Anselm College, 2007-2016

Vice President, Bus Sales, Patsys Companies, 1997-1999

Vice President, Continuing Education, Franklin Pierce College, 1994-1997

Host, Radio Talk Show, WMVU, 1994-1997

President/Chief Executive Officer, Nasson College, 1986-1988

Vice President, Computer Management Dynamics, Incorporated, 1984-1986

Director Community Relations/Marketing Consultant, Merrimack Valley College, University of New Hampshire, 1982-1983

Executive Assistant, New England College, 1981-1982

Consultant, Center for Life Management, 1980-1981

President/Chief Executive Officer, Daniel Webster College, 1976-1980

Director, Admissions, New Hampshire College, 1974-1976

Served, United States Marine Corps Reserves, 1958

Vice Chair/Chairman, New England Board of Higher Education, 1998-present

Member, Association of Commerce and Industry, Southern New Hampshire

Member, Board of Directors, Manchester Community Health Center, present

Former Member, Board of School Committee, Manchester

Member, College Hall of Fame, Incorporated, present

Member, Constitutional Convention, New Hampshire

Former Volunteer, Easter Seals

Former Vice Chair, Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston Board of Directors

Former Volunteer, Heart Fund

Former Member, Members First Credit Union Board of Directors

Former Volunteer, National Council on Alcoholism

Member, National Football Foundation, present

Director, New Hampshire Hockey Hall of Fame, present

Member, Partners of the Americans Inter-American Sport Federation

Director, Saint Joseph Community Services

Member, Southern New Hampshire Services Board of Directors

Member, University of New Hampshire 100 Club

Member, University of New Hampshire Alumni Association

Member, University of New Hampshire’s Athletic Hall of Fame.

Board Member, Webster House


New England College Honorary Doctor of Law
New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence Hall of Fame Inductee
Outstanding Legislator Award from the National Alliance on Mental Illness
Walter R. Peterson Citizen Leader Award
Franklin Pierce University
University of New Hampshire Athletic Hall of Fame
University of New Hampshire
Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters
Franklin Pierce University
Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters
New England College
Outstanding Education Achievement Award
New Hampshire College and Univeristy Council
Honorary Doctor of Law
Daniel Webster College
Franklin D. Roosevelt Award
New Hampshire Democratic Party
Legislative Award
NH Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors Association
Volunteer Service
NH Higher Education Assistance Foundation
Charter Member
Partners of the Americas Inter-American Sports Federation
White House Conference on Balanced National Growth & Economic Development
Chamber of Commerce Citation for Civic Achievement
Community Leaders of America

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