Mary Stuart Gile, Concord representative and community pillar, dies at 83
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Mary Stuart Gile, a fixture of the Concord community and New Hampshire State House, was a lifelong advocate of education and reforms to children and family law.
Gile, a Democrat who first entered state politics in 1995, carved a legacy in the Legislature as a cross-party lawmaker with a focused eye on certain priorities, including a 20-year effort to press for statewide paid family and medical leave. But she was also known in Concord as an educator, a mentor, and an avid choir singer.