Nathan R. Deleault, Esq.
Nate Deleault was born in Manchester, New Hampshire and grew up in nearby Hooksett. He graduated from Manchester High School Central in 1996 and went on to earn a B.S. from the University of Maine at Orono. After graduation, he returned to New Hampshire and worked as a research scientist at the Giesel School of Medicine at Dartmouth (formerly Dartmouth Medical School). He earned an M.A. from Dartmouth in 2007, and continued as a full-time researcher until 2010, when he began a part-time program at Vermont Law School. Nate received his J.D. in early 2014 and worked as an attorney with a well-established firm in Concord for six years. Nate is now a partner at Stebbins Bradley, PA, a law firm located in Hanover.
Nate is a member of his town’s budget committee and is the president (Master) of his local masonic lodge. He recently served as co-vice chair of the Trusts and Estates Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association. Nate is passionate about preserving and promoting Franco-American history and culture in New England and has been an incorporator with the FAC since 2019. He is excited to now be a member of the Board of Trustees.
In his free time, Nate enjoys spending time with his family, fly fishing, waterfowl hunting, canoeing, skiing, hiking and rooting for the Habs. He currently lives in Canaan, New Hampshire with his wife and two sons.