Steve Negron is a friend to anyone who meets him. In 2018, he was the New Hampshire Republican Nominee for Congress (NH-02) where he garnered the most votes of any nominee since 2002 - a whopping 117,990! With over 111 years of military commitment to our country, the Negrons continue their family tradition of military service with their son who is on active duty with a Special Ops unit out of Hurlburt Field, FL.
Steve answers the call of duty in both the private and public sectors to this day. He is the founder, President and CEO of Integron, LLC, a Small, Minority, Disadvantaged, and Veteran-owned company in Nashua NH. A retired Air Force officer, Steve's initial assignment was as an ICBM Missile Combat Crew Member (MCCM) at Whiteman AFB, MO, followed by an assignment to Hanscom AFB, MA. Finally, Steve was assigned to the Directorate of Requirements, Air Force Space Command, in Colorado Springs, CO. He retired from the U.S. Air Force in June of 1998.
After retiring from the Air Force, Steve joined the private sector as a defense contractor for such companies as GTE Government Systems, General Dynamics, and Lockheed Martin. He established his own company, Integron, LLC, in 2005. In 1983 he graduated from Texas Christian University with a B.S. in Criminal Justice, and then earned an MBA from Western New England College with an emphasis on Federal Acquisition and Contracting.
Steve is very active within his community. He is a teacher, mentor, coach, community and church leader in Nashua. He volunteered his time in various roles with World Academy, Immaculate Conception Parish, Boy Scouts Troop 410, and Knights of Columbus Council 13904. He also served in leadership roles in many professional organizations such as the Paul Revere Chapter of the Air Force Association (AFA), North Suburban Chamber of Commerce, Nashua Catholic Regional Junior High School and the Nashua South Cal Ripken League (Little League).
Steve and his wife, Terry, currently reside in Nashua where they have lived for 29 years and raised their three children.