mullenWhen he’s not puttering around his home in Middleton or enjoying his 4 grandchildren, John spends most of his time thinking about government and how to make it run more like a business.

John retired in 2007, after spending
29 years in sales and marketing for Tyco Electronics. During his last 8 years at the company, he was assigned to New Hampshire, and decided to stay here with wife and high school sweetheart, Jill.
John never really got involved in government until he retired, but then decided it was his time to give back. He has served as Selectman and on the Planning Board and Heritage Commission.

John finds RR&D a good match, because he is very interested in economic development and is concerned about overbearing DES regulations and the loss of the NH Advantage. Please stop by and say hello to John in seat 382.