Sandra (Ford, 60) Reeves has been involved for over 25 years in New Hampshire elected politics. She was elected Selectman of Manchester, NH for five two-year terms and was also elected State Representative for Ward One Manchester for five two-year terms. In the latter role Sandy served on the Election Law Committee and was appointed to leadership. She has served as Vice President of Hillsborough County delegation for four years, as Vice President of Manchester Federated Republican Club, and as Treasurer of Manchester Ward I Republican Party. Sandy served on numerous steering committees for presidential, state and local candidates and is a member of the American Legislative Exchange Council serving on the national Health and Human Services task force. She was appointed by the Governor to the New Hampshire Film Commission and currently serves as a Trustee of the Manchester Historical Association. Her volunteer work includes the American Cancer Society.
After marrying her husband, Bruce (61), in 1959 and completing her ENC experience, Sandy began her career as a flight attendant. She later managed programming teams involved in satellite weather research (Allied Research) and bank computer installations (NCR) during the years Bruce was still in college and completing his PhD at The Johns Hopkins University.
Sandy owned and managed three gift shops in New Hampshire and on Cape Cod and was a marketing consultant for a state-wide “lifestyle” magazine. She is a lifetime member of the Church of the Nazarene and founded and served as an initial board member of the Amherst, NH Christian Women’s Club. Sandy and Bruce moved to New Hampshire in 1969 following short stays in the Philadelphia area and western Massachusetts. They have two adult children, Kim and Todd.