About Attorney Robert Raiche – Retired
Attorney Robert Raiche is a native of Manchester, New Hampshire, where he raised his family and practiced law after earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of New Hampshire School of Law in 1980. He was honored as “Lawyer of the Year” in 1993 by the membership of the Manchester Bar Association. Bob was dedicated to public service, and served eight years in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, including four years as the House Minority Leader. He was a candidate for Governor of New Hampshire in 1972. At Nathaniel Hawthorne College he was a member of the Political Science faculty, Dean of Admissions, and Assistant to the President for External Affairs. Bob was appointed by President Jimmy Carter to serve as a U.S. Marshal for New Hampshire from 1977-1980. Bob has received numerous honors throughout his career, including his appointment as Honorary Consul to France, International and National Chairman of the Board of the Partners of the Americas, and President of Manchester’s Joliet Club.
Although Bob is now retired, he continues to lend us his wisdom, and if you visit our offices you will see the conference room named in his honor. Bob’s example of caring and helping individuals in need serve as a guiding tenet on which the Law Office of Manning & Zimmerman is built. Bob is now enjoying a well-deserved retirement.