Robert W. Reed
Bob grew up in New Hampshire and attended Plymouth State College. Upon graduating, he went to work for Mobil Corporation in New York City, starting in the International Division and progressing through the accounting, supply, and trading organizations. While in New York City, Bob obtained an MBA from Fordham University. In 1995, Bob was relocated overseas to negotiate commercial structures with various governments and national oil companies to develop gas resources. After 20 years overseas living in four different countries, and a total of 35 years with ExxonMobil, Bob retired back to New Hampshire with his wife, Cathy. He now enjoys their Bow Lake house in Strafford and 150-acre farmhouse in Chichester. He is a fly fisherman and is passionate about preservation of New Hampshire’s waters and natural resources.