HALLIDAY REAL ESTATE ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF JIM WEIDNER AS THEIR NEWESTPeterborough, NH, November 2022 - We are delighted to welcome Jim Weidner to Halliday Real Estate
of Bean Group as the newest Realtor to join our team. Halliday Real Estate has helped hundreds of
buyers and sellers with their real estate needs in the Monadnock Region of southeastern New Hampshire.
From working with developers on new construction projects to successfully selling some of the largest
transactions recorded in the area and helping business owners with commercial property needs, Halliday
Real Estate can help you navigate your next real estate purchase or sale today.
Jim Weidner is a lifelong native of the Monadnock region of New Hampshire. A 1988 graduate of Conant
High School, Jim went on to earn a degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology from New Hampshire
Technical Institute (NHTI) in Concord. He has worked in many fields related to construction and building,
including as a civil engineering technician for the State of New Hampshire's Bureau of Construction. Jim
has also worked in the excavation and concrete fields, as well as owning and operating a water well
contracting business, Gap Mountain Drilling.
Jim most recently owned and operated a repair, fabrication, and machining business, Weidner Services,
in Jaffrey, NH. This business specialized in selling and repairing truck equipment, fabrication for
residential and commercial customers, and providing machining services for a wide scope of industrial
customers. Jim worked with contractors to fulfill needs for a large variety of steel, stainless steel, and
aluminum fabrications, ranging from large structural weldments to high-end, prominent architectural
features such as staircases, sunshades, pergolas, railings, balconies, and turnbuckles.
Jim's extensive relationship with a wide range of contractors, coupled with working on a variety of building projects and homes, helped spark an interest in real estate, both commercial and residential. Jim
currently owns and manages his own commercial properties and, recently, has completed courses in
commercial real estate development and management through Cornell University.
Jim serves as a trustee at the Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge, a place he deeply loves and the resting
place of his parents and sister. He is an active member of the Cheshire County Advisory council and the
Dublin Gas Engine field show committee. He actively remains involved with 4H, beginning as a member,
and transitioning to a leader, of the Monadnock Mountaineers Club and a member of the 4H advisory
council for Cheshire County.
Jim's hobbies include working with his team of Shorthorn Oxen, Chip and Dale, skiing with his family and
friends, and hiking, especially on Mount Monadnock.