Jordan Ulery

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New Hampshire

State House (New Hampshire Hillsborough 27)

Family: Wife: Janice; 2 Children: James, Jonathan

Born: 10/19/1949 Elkhart, IN

Home: Hudson, New Hampshire

Religion: Catholic

Education: Certificate, Paramedical Science, New Hampshire Technical Institute, 1982 BA, Political Science, Saint Anselm College, 1971

Profession: Investigator/Owner, Ulrich Litigation Support, Limited Liability Corporation, 1998-2008 Chief Investigator, Professional Legal Inquiries, 1991-1998 Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic, Ambulance Providers, 1971-1991 Manager, American Ambulance, 1978-1986 Emergency Medical Technician, Gerber Ambulance, 1971-1978

Political: Representative, New Hampshire State House of Representatives, 2004-present Member, Hillsborough County Republican Committee, 2002-present Member, Executive Committee Hillsborough County, 2006-2008 Candidate, New Hampshire State House of Representatives, District Hillsborough 66, 2002

Congressional Membership: Member, New Hampshire Supreme Court Task Force on Public Access, 2004-present Monitor, Criminal Justice J-One Subcommittee, 2003-present Member, Criminal Justice, 2004-2006, 2007-2008 Member, Executive Committee Hillsborough County, 2006-2008 Member, Hillsborough City Delegation, Republican Party, 2002, 2004 Delegate, New Hampshire Republican Party, 2002, 2004

Organization Membership: Member, Saint John the Evangelist Church, present State Youth Director, Knights of Columbus, New Hampshire, 1996-present State Advocate, Knights of Columbus, 2004-2008 Member, License Private Detective Association of Massachusetts, 1998-2008 Member, New Hampshire League of Investigators, 1998-2008 Member, Knights of Columbus, 1978-2008 Member, Criminal Justice, 2004-2006 Secretary, New Hampshire League of Investigators, 2000-2006 Faithful Navigator, Knights of Columbus, Prince of Peace, 1998-2002 District Deputy, Knights of Columbus, New Hampshire State Council, 1994-1998 Grand Knight, Council 5162, Knights of Columbus, 1995-1996

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