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Paul Robert Bergeron

Paul Robert Bergeron, American city clerk. Certified archivist Academy Certified Archivists, 2003, New Hampshire City and Town Clerks Association, 2002. Named New Hampshire Journalism Teacher of Year, New Hampshire Scholastic Press Association, 1979; recipient Sales Manager of Year, Filene's Department Stores, Belmont, 1988.

Background

  • Bergeron, Paul Robert was born in 1950 in Nashua, New Hampshire, United States. Son of Robert Paul and Ann Theresa Bergeron.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University New Hampshire, Durham, 1972. Master of Arts, University New Hampshire, Durham, 1974. Master of Education, Cambridge College, Massachusetts, 2002.

    Career

    • Reporter Nashua Telegraph, 1972. Representative to the general court State of New Hampshire, Concord, 1973—1974. Executive vice president Retail Merchants Association New Hampshire, 1974—1976.

      Teaching assistant department English Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, College Station, 1976—1977. English teacher Milford Area High School, New Hampshire, 1977—1979. Vice president Bergeron's, Inc., Nashua, 1979—1987.

      Sales manager Filene's Department Stores, Boston, 1987—1994. Deputy city clerk Office of the City Clerk, Manchester, New Hampshire, 1994—1999, city clerk Nashua, since 1999. Advisory committee North-East Document Conservation Center, Andover, Massachusetts, 1998—2004.

      Leader Local Government Industry Specific Group, Association of Records Managers and Administrators Inc., Lenexa, Kansas, 1999—2001. Vital records improvement fund advisory committee State of New Hampshire, Concord, 2001—2005, chair, New Hampshire, 2005, municipal records board, 2001—2003, New Hampshire history records advisory board, since 2002, vital records institutional review board, 2005—2007, mem, advisory committee on quality Vital Records Information, since 2009. Member state plan committee New Hampshire Help American Vote Act, Concord, since 2003.

    Membership

    Major gifts co-chair New Hampshire Public television Network's Auction Committee, Durham, 1975. Member Rivier College Advisory Board, Nashua, 1975—1976, 1982—1989. Board directors Heart of Nashua Foundation, Inc., 1979—1987, president, 1982, 1984.

    Board directors Nashua Children's Association, 1980—1983, Bishop Guertin High School Alumni Association, Nashua, 1988—1994, vice chairman, 1988—1989, Kiwanis Club of Hudson, Inc., Hudson, 1991—2003, since 2006, president, 1997—1998. Member Ethnic Awareness Committee, Nashua, since 2003. Trustee Hills Memorial Library., Hudson, 1974—1976.

    Delegate New Hampshire Constitutional Convention, Concord, 1974. Chairman Hudson Town Government Study Committee, 1974. Member Charter Commission, 1984—1985, Distributive Education Foundation New Hampshire, Inc., Concord, 1973—1976, New Hampshire Council on Economic Education, Concord, 1974—1976.

    Member of Society of America Archivists (chair government records section 2002-2003, chair local government records roundtable 2002-2003, steering committee and newsletter editor government records section 2004-2007), National Association Government Archives and Records Administrators (board directors since 2003, V.P. 2008-2010, president since 2010), International Institute Municipal Clerks (Records Management Committee since 2007), New England Archivists (program, nominating, local arrangements committees 2003-2010, Richard L. Haas award 1998), New England Association City and Town Clerks (chair information management committee 2001-2002), New Hampshire City and Town Clerks Association, Mensa.

    Connections

    • Married Meghan Brady. Children: Jessica, Christine.
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