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Congresswoman Kuster Announces New North Country Constituent Services Representative

Washington, DC, February 7, 2013
As part of her commitment to serving the interests of New Hampshire’s North Country, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) today announced that she has tapped Brian Bresnahan to serve as North Country Constituent Services Representative on her New Hampshire staff.

As part of her commitment to serving the interests of New Hampshire’s North Country, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) today announced that she has tapped Brian Bresnahan to serve as North Country Constituent Services Representative on her New Hampshire staff.

“As a lifelong resident of the North Country and a third-generation paper maker, Brian shares my deep commitment to expanding economic opportunity in the North Country and ensuring that constituents in the region have a strong voice in Congress,” Kuster said. “I’m grateful for his willingness to serve the people of New Hampshire’s North Country in this new role.”

Bresnahan will be responsible for serving constituents and conducting outreach throughout Coös and Northern Grafton Counties.

“It’s an honor to have this chance to serve Congresswoman Kuster and the people of the North Country,” Bresnahan said. “I’m humbled by the opportunity to work with Congresswoman Kuster to address the needs, concerns, and ideas of the North Country and its residents.”

Brian is a lifelong North Country resident and third generation dislocated paper maker. After his plant closed in 2007, Brian became a WIA Employment Councilor helping dislocated workers facing lifestyle changes seek employment and career training. Since retiring in 2011, Brian continues to work with various North Country organizations focused on economic development and job creation in the North Country. He lives in Groveton with his wife, Karie.

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