Bob O'Sullivan to focus on education quality and value
MANCHESTER, NH: Robert "Bob" O'Sullivan, a lifelong resident of Manchester, has announced his candidacy for School Board to represent the citizens of Ward 2.
"As someone who is raising his family in Manchester and is committed to the betterment of the city, I believe it is my duty to run for School Board," O'Sullivan said. "Our children deserve an education system that aims not for adequacy, but excellence. I am committed to establishing this standard for Manchester schools."
O'Sullivan is a Trinity High School graduate and is a 1988 graduate from Southern New Hampshire University (then New Hampshire College). Since that time, O'Sullivan has committed himself to the youth of southern New Hampshire and Manchester. He was a special education assistant and assistant to the dean of students at Souhegan High School in Amherst. He is a past youth counselor at the New Hampshire Youth Detention Center on River Road. He has also been a coach active in youth football and golf. He has coached football at Trinity and Souhegan, as well as for the Manchester Bears Pop Warner football team. He is also on the Jack Collins Golf Committee at the Greater Manchester Family YMCA.
O'Sullivan is sales manager for Manchester-based Spectrum Monthly and Printing. He is also the past owner of Manchester restaurant P.J. O'Sullivans.
O'Sullivan is married to Kassey and has a 7-year-old son, Dylan. He may be reached at (603) 641-5353.