Omer C. Ahern Jr.

Commissioner Omer C. Ahern Jr.

-served 4 years as Grafton County Commissioner, beginning 5th

 

Born: Plymouth, Grafton County, New Hampshire
Current Address: 97 Cummings Hill Road, Plymouth, NH
Phone: 603-536-2224
Children: Christopher, Sarah, Laura and Patrick. Grandchildren: Drew, Owen, Emmett, Clara, Evelyn Clair, Wyatt, Bennett and one on the way!

District 3:

Alexandria, Ashland, Bridgewater, Bristol, Campton
Canaan, Dorchester, Ellsworth, Grafton, Groton, Hebron, Holderness
Orange, Plymouth, Rumney, Warren and Wentworth.

Areas of achievement or current and prior jobs:

Thirty – six years of public and community service through the Grange, Rotary International; Charletown (NH), Economic Development Association, UNH-CE, COVERTS Project Cooperator, NH Farm Bureau Federation, Grafton County Farm Bureau Federation, Past Chairman and Trustee Fort at No. 4 Living History Museum, former Sullivan County (NH) Commissioner, past State Representative, District 8, Belknap County, former youth sports coach and referee; NH 4-H Foundation.

Hobbies or Interests:

Reading, working in my woodlot, volunteering with civic and community based projects to give back to my community.

Mission Statement as County Commissioner:

“To be a good and dutiful public servant striving to identity the needs of Grafton County in terms of providing the best care for the residents of the Grafton County Nursing Home, provide the necessary levels of safety and care at the Department of Corrections while working to help the residents of the Department of Corrections to become productive members of society; for themselves, their families and their communities, to insure that the Grafton County Farm and the County’s agricultural and timber resources are better utilized to better meet the needs of the Nursing Home and Department of Corrections and above all to make the County Operation more efficient to save money for the tax payers of Grafton County.”