Brother Jones started his career with the Londonderry Police Department where he has served for the past 25 years, currently in the communications division as a Communications Supervisor. Brother Jones has served previous as chapter chairperson of the Londonderry chapter, and was voted in as secretary of the Local in 2002. Brother Jones has been bringing the Local into the 21st century technologically during his term, and has developed printed manuals with the assistance of the Executive Board for chapter chairpersons of each chapter. With his guidance, the Local now has a Facebook page and Twitter account, to better inform our members. Brother Jones has extensive training in responding to Officer Involved Shootings and Critical Incidents, and has developed a training curriculum for Chapter Chairpersons and Stewards, as well as assisting AFSCME Council 93 with implementing a Critical Incident Policy Council-wide in the summer of 2010. He has also received specialized training from AFSCME International in media relations.
In 2007 Brother Jones was appointed by AFSCME International President Gerald McEntee to the newly formed AFSCME Law Enforcement Advisory Committee. Brother Jones continues to serve on this Board representing the Public Safety Members of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine and Vermont.
In 2010 Brother Jones was elected to the position of Southern Vice President of the Local. In February 2016, Brother Jones was elected as President of AFSCME Local 3657.
Brother Matthew Judge comes to us from Hollis Police Department, were he has served as the Chapter Chairman and Steward of that department. Brother Judge is a former member of the AFSCME Local 3657 Executive Board.
Sister Traffie was appointed to Treasurer in October 2010 to fulfill the remaining term vacated by Sister Castle. Sister Traffie has been with the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office since 1998, beginning career in dispatch and transferring to their civil division, where she has been for several years.
Sister Harriett has been serving members of AFSCME for the past twenty-nine years. She started her AFSCME career as a secretary with Council 68 in New Hampshire, and was Associate Executive Director until Council 68’s merger with Council 93. At the time of the merger, Sister Harriett took a staff representative’s position in New Hampshire. Sister Harriett became the coordinator of the Boston Metro office in 2002, until becoming the Coordinator of the New Hampshire office.
Sister Harriett now splits time between the New Hampshire and Maine Offices, as Coordinator of both.
Brother Steve started his career in law enforcement with the United States Air Force in 1986. From there he joined the Hudson Police Department as a communications specialist, a position he held until joining AFSCME Council 93 as a Staff Representative, covering the north
Massachusetts. Brother Steve moved into the
New Hampshire office in 2000, and picked up additional responsibilities in his old stomping ground of the north shore again in 2005. He has attended the
College as well as a host of other labor schools.
Brother Joe started his law enforcement career in the United States Army. He then joined the Bristol Police Department, moving to the Londonderry Police Department where he retired after a 24 year law enforcement career. Brother Joe was a long-time chapter chairperson, and was instrumental in forming AFSCME Local 3657, a local dedicated to Public Safety Professionals throughout New Hampshire. Brother Joe was the founding President, and served in this capacity for ten years. Upon retirement from law enforcement, Brother Joe joined the Staff Representative ranks of AFSCME Council 93, and serves New Hampshire as well as northern Massachusetts.
Brother Fanjoy joins AFSCME Council 93 after years of faithful service as the Chapter Chairperson of the Portsmouth Public Works. Brother Fanjoy is also the Vice President of AFSCME Council 93 Executive Board.
Sister Jameson is the Office Manager for AFSCME Council 93, New Hampshire.
Brother Castle began his law enforcement career in 1987 with the Auburn Police Department, went on to the Allenstown Police Department where he rose to the rank of Sergeant, then joined the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in 1995 where he is currently assigned to the Civil Division. He first became involved with the Union as an appointed steward at the Sheriff's Office, then was elected as chairman of that chapter. He is currently in his second term as Chairman of the Sheriff's Office Chapter. Brother Castle also acts as the State Coordinator for the American Deputy Sheriff's Association.
Brother Castle was appointed as Acting Southern Vice President of the Local in November of 2005 to fill a temporary vacancy on the board. The "acting" label was dropped when he was appointed in March 2006 to fill the remainder of the Southern Vice President's term after Brother Jay Sartell resigned due to a promotion.
Brother Castle has been instrumental in assisting our members throughout the state in disciplinary matters.
At the November 2008 the Executive Board of the Local voted to have Brother Castle fill the remaining term of President Kilmer's office.
President Castle was re-elected to the position of President of the Local, his term expiring in 2016. President Castle retired in 2015 from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. We are grateful for all he has done for us and wish him the best in all his new endeavors.
President Moltenbrey started his law enforcement career with the Windham Police Department in 1988, after serving 9 years with the United States Coast Guard. Currently President Moltenbrey held the position of S.R.O. with Windham Police. He was appointed chief steward of the newly formed AFSCME Local 3657, one of the original plank owners. He has also held the positions of steward and chief steward within the
Windham chapter. President Moltenbrey made training an important issue during his term, and saw all members of the Executive Board receive valuable training needed to represent the members of our Local. President Moltenbrey also held a seat on The Local Government Center Board of Directors. LGC is the former New Hampshire Municipal Association which provides health, workmen’s compensation and property and liability insurance to municipalities across the state. President Moltenbrey represented police labor interests while on the board.
President Moltenbrey retired from the Windham Police Department in 2007, and now serves as a Trustee and Special Consultant to the President of AFSCME Local 3657.
Former President Kilmer started his law enforcement career with the Claremont Police Department, where he served as S.R.O. before moving over to the Canaan Police Department, where he was a detective, serving as the departments S.R.O. He started his Union experience as steward of
Claremont’s chapter, and then as chapter chairperson. Brother Kilmer was appointed to the Executive Board in 2003. Brother Kilmer was elected in October 2007 as the Chapter Chairperson for Canaan Police Department Chapter. Brother Kilmer is stepping down as President of Local 3657 to take a job with Orford Police Department. As of Novermber 2008, Brother Kilmer has been hired as the Chief of Police for that department and he will be surely missed, but not forgotten by his Brothers and Sisters.
Castle started her law enforcement career with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Department in 1999, joining the civil division.
Castle was sworn in as a part-time deputy, and is currently working in the accounting department of the sheriff’s office. She was appointed to the Executive Board in 2005.
Sister Castle resigned as Treasurer after pursuing a career outside of Law Enfocement, but stayed on as a valuable consultant until a successor could be found.
Brother Lessard served as the Chief Steward of our Local from 2006 until 2010. At this time Brother Lessard resigned from Law Enforcement to pursue other endeavors.
Brother Bryan started his career with the Department of Public Works in northern
New Hampshire. He quickly cut his teeth with the
Union, first serving as Vice President of Local 1444 and then as President. Brother Bryan has served on different AFSCME / AFL-CIO boards, and joined AFSCME Council 93 as a Staff Representative in 2002. He has also attended labor schools during his tenure.
Brother Bryan has left the work with AFSCME Council 93, and has taken a job in Berlin working for the School District of that town.