James “Jim” P. White

1943 – January 15, 2021

Widowed: Jacquie; 3 Children

Colonel, United States Air Force, retired

MS, University of Southern California, 1972

BS, Mathematics/Economics, Southern Illinois University, 1965

Political Experience;

Member, New Mexico State Senate, 2016-present

Appointed by Governor Susana Martinez, Member, New Mexico State Senate, September 9, 2016

Representative, New Mexico State House of Representatives, District 20, 2009-2015

Candidate, New Mexico State House of Representatives, District 20, 2006

Treasurer, Republican Party of New Mexico, 2004-2006

Current Legislative Committees;

Member, Finance

Member, Legislative Council

Member, Legislative Finance

Caucuses/Former Committees;

Former Member, Corporations & Transportation Committee, New Mexico State Senate

Former Member, Education Committee, New Mexico State Senate

Member, House Appropriations & Finance Committee

Member, House Legislative Finance Committee

Member, House New Mexico Finance Authority Oversight Committee

Member, House Printing & Supplies Committee

Member, House Transportation & Public Works Committee

Airfield Operations Manager, Albuquerque International Airport, 1992-1999

Chief of Staff, Air Force Special Operations Command, Hurlburt Field, Florida, 1991-1992

Assistant Deputy Commander for Operations, Air Force Special Operations Command, Hurlburt Field, Florida, 1989-1991

Deputy Commander, Aircrew Training Wing, Kirtland Air Force Base, 1984-1986

Commander, Kirtland Air Force Base, Aircraft Field Maintenance Squadron, 1984-1986

Commander and Operations Officer, Air Rescue Squadron, Republic of the Philippines, 1981-1984

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He was a CH/HH-3E instructor pilot here in the 1980″s at Kirtland many years ago and a retired Lt. Col.  He passed away this weekend at his home in Northeast Albuquerque and is being honored today by the State by ordering the U.S. Flag flown at half-mast throughout New Mexico.  Jim was an outstanding statesman and did a superb job for all of New Mexico.

Integrity, Honor, and Respect
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