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Congressman
Steve Negron, Candidate [R, NH-2]
for
District 2, New Hampshire

About

Steve Negron and his wife, Terry, have lived in Nashua for 28 years, where they have raised three children. Aside from representing his Nashua neighbors in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, Steve is an active community leader in his church, the local business community, and youth athletics.

 

 

Steve’s initial assignment was as an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) Combat Crew member with the Strategic Air Command at Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri. This was followed by an assignment to the Electronic Systems Division, Hanscom Air Force Base, Air Force Materiel Command, Massachusetts. Finally, he was assigned to the Directorate of Requirements, Air Force Space Command, Colorado Springs, Colorado. He retired from the U.S. Air Force in June 1998.

 

 

After retiring, Steve joined GTE Government Systems, Communications Systems Division, in Needham, Massachusetts where he was responsible for all future AF business for the division. He then joined Lockheed Martin Mission Systems as a Program Manager for the Integrated Broadcast Service program. Steve became the lead Business Development Manager for Mission Systems in the Boston area. 

 

 

In December of 2001, he became the youngest Corporate Business Development Office Manager with Lockheed Martin Corporation. Steve was responsible for identifying, pursuing, and capturing over $7 billion of opportunities in the Greater Boston area. During Steve’s tenure as the Director of the Boston corporate office, Lockheed Martin had a greater than 80% win rate. Steve then became the Program Manager for the Command and Control Constellation (C2C) Program before leaving Lockheed Martin and founding Integron, LLC in Nashua, New Hampshire. 

 

 

Steve Negron graduated in 1983 from Texas Christian University with a B.S. in Criminal Justice and received an MBA from Western New England College in 1996. 

Bio-Information

Location New Hampshire
Party Republican