Paul R. Boucher

Paul R. Boucher

Community Colleges of New Hampshire Foundation

 

Paul R. BoucherPaul Boucher was appointed in May of 2007 to the NHCTC Foundation Board of Directors. Paul serves as President and CEO of the Greater Lebanon Chamber of Commerce. He has been an ordained deacon in the Catholic Church Diocese of Manchester since 2002, in that time, he has served two terms on the Lebanon Sacred Heart Church as President of the Parish Council.

He worked for 27 years on the Finance Committee of the Sacred Heart Church, including ten as Chairman. He continues to provide input for RCIA for both St. Mary's Parish in Claremont and Sacred Heart Church. Paul also worked in the insurance and banking industries for a number of years.

In addition to the professional experience he brings to the Foundation, Paul Boucher is well known in the Community as Director of the Grafton County Economic Development Council and a member on the Advisory Board of Lake Sunapee Bank. He is currently Commissioner to the American Canadian French Cultural Exchange Commission and an Executive Board Member of the Daniel Webster Council of Boy Scouts of America. He also worked as Treasurer of the Downtown Business Association, and President of the Newmont Chapter American Institute of Banking. He has served on a number of Boards, including Chairman of the Board of Lebanon College, Trustee for the Marion Carter Home, Trustee for the Lebanon Historical Society, VP & Finance Chairperson of the United Way of the Upper Valley, Secretary & Treasurer of the Lebanon Chapter of the American Red Cross, Trustee of the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, and Director of the Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital/Lifecare Center.

Paul Boucher has been recognized for a number of achievements including 1984 Citizen of the Year by the City of Lebanon, 1986 Rotarian of the Year by the Lebanon Rotary Club, 1984 Silver Beaver & St. George Award by the Boy Scouts of America, and Bronze Pelican by the Diocese of Manchester. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army who served in Vietnam. He currently resides in Lebanon, New Hampshire.