Christian D. "Chris" Greeley is a former representative in the Maine state legislature. He is a Republican. He represented District 22 in the House of Representatives for four consecutive two-year terms, from 2002 to 2010, at which point he was prohibited from running again by term limits.
He is a professional speaker and trainer by profession. He is married with one son, and lives in Levant, Maine. In addition, Greeley is a former amateur boxer who also holds a first degree black belt in Kempo karate. He is a former Toughman Contest semi-finalist.
Greeley was Cosmopolitan magazine's Bachelor-of-the-Month in June 1993, and as a result appeared on the John & Leeza Show, Sally Jesse Raphael Show, the Fox pilot for Carnie!, and the movies Vacationland and A Sudden Loss of Gravity. Greeley is regularly mentioned on the Howie Carr Show in Boston. In addition, he knows both UFC president Dana White and Detroit Red Wings goalie, Jimmy Howard. Greeley was also a friend of late Twisted Sister drummer, A.J. Pero, whom he first met in the 1980s. Greeley is vice president of Loving Touch In-Home Care, located in Bangor and Ellsworth, Maine.
He is a regular fill-in guest host on radio station WVOM, and in March 2015, appeared on the New England Sports Network with his son's hockey team and hosts Dale Arnold and Barry Pederson. His son, Cole Greeley, is a Tier 1 level hockey defenseman for the Maine Moose of the Eastern Junior Elite Prospects League. A certified Level 2 hockey coach, he is a former Bantam-level player and USA Hockey Coach-of-the-Month.
As a broadcaster, he has interviewed the drummer for the band Boston, Jeff Neal, Dana Perino and Gretchen Carlson from Fox News, Rene Rancourt from the Boston Bruins, UFC fighters Tim Boetsch, Emily Kagan, and Marcus Davis, and BernNadette Stanis from the TV show Good Times. In addition, he has interviewed NFL football players Matt Mulligan and Mike Devito. In October 2015 Greeley appeared in a commercial for Unitel and in July 2015 was named Chief of the Holden, Maine Police Department. In June 2016, he was appointed by Governor Paul LePage to the Combat Sports Authority of Maine.
In the 1980s, he worked on stage-crews for Willie Nelson, The Pointer Sisters, The Stray Cats, Joan Jett, Quiet Riot, Cheap Trick, Ozzie Ozborne, The Grateful Dead, Beatlemania, Sha Na Na, Def Leppard, and others. As lead a guitarist for the New Hampshire based Toiz, he rehearsed in the same facility as Aerosmith, and once opened for Black Oak Arkansas. He also ran lights for Pousette-Dart Band and ran sound for both GG Allin and Porter Wagner.
In July 2016, Greeley appeared with Howie Carr and Maine Governor Paul LePage and was the emcee at an event for Donald Trump. In September of that year, he interviewed Jack Edwards, Boston Bruins and NESN TV personality, and he appeared on the season premier of The Nite Show. In December of 2016, he appeared on the radio with Nashville recording artist, Johnny Hiland.