“I am seeking a seat in the NH House of Representatives because of my love for this great State of NH and more specifically the towns of Canterbury and Loudon. I lived in Canterbury for 13 years and still own a beautiful piece of land there. My wife and I have now lived in Loudon for the past 2 years. There is no other place on earth that we would rather be.
My entire life I have had a “Servant Leader” style of leadership. I humbly request your vote, and if I get the Honor and Privilege to represent these two wonderful towns, you have my word that your voices and concerns will be heard.”
-Jose’ Eduardo Cambrils
Born in Tunas, Cuba in 1960. Jose’ and his family immigrated (legally)…
to the United States in 1965 to escape from the Communist Castro regime. The family settled in Boston, Massachusetts. Jose’ learned English and attended the local elementary and middle schools in Dorchester.
He was very proud to take the oath of citizenship and become an American in June of 1973. After graduating from Boston Technical High School in 1978, he went on to earn a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from Northeastern University Boston, Mass. in 1983 and an MBA in Operations Management from the University of Massachusetts in Lowell, Mass. in 1987.
Jose’ moved to New Hampshire in 1987, fell in love with this great State, and has been here ever since. He has lived in Pelham, Canterbury, Concord, Penacook, and now Loudon, NH. He has been a life-long “Reagan” Republican since voting for the first time in the 1980 election. He has been very active in supporting local Republican candidates for New Hampshire State Representative and New Hampshire State Senate seats.
Jose’ worked for Honeywell, Wang Labs, Cal-comp, Sanders Associates, Lockheed-Martin, and BAE Systems over the course of his 35 year career as an Engineer and Engineering Manager in the Commercial and Military Electronics business.
In his last 15 years at BAE Systems, Jose’ was an Executive Manager who was responsible for multiple Engineering departments with several hundred personnel and annual budgets exceeding 10 million dollars. He also managed huge capital equipment budgets for the F-22 and Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) programs that exceeded 250 million dollars.
Jose’ retired from BAE in September of 2015 at the age of 55. He has remained very active in local politics and in local community support. He is currently a volunteer member of the Board of Directors for the Gilmanton Winery assisting the business with quality, process, and business analysis. Jose’ is also on the Directors Board for the Clough Pond Association in Loudon. He is also a proud long time member of the National Rifle Association (NRA), and the American Numismatist Association (ANA).
Jose’ was voted into the Merrimack County Republican Committee in September 2017, and he is now the Treasurer for the MCRC.
Jose’ currently lives in Loudon, New Hampshire with his wife Allison. Jose’ is fluent in Spanish and his interests include fishing, hunting, coin collecting and doing Cuban style pig roasts.