Mark has lived in Lakeville since 2004, has been a member of the Lakeville Chamber of Commerce and has also spent 3 years on the Ambassador Committee. Mark grew up in Bloomington, Minnesota. He graduated from Jefferson High School before completing his college education at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. After college, Mark spent 32 years in the reinsurance business (financial protection for insurance carriers) and lived in Seattle from 1982 – 2004. He is married to wife, Judy, and has a son, Chad.
Mark began working for Colonial Life in 2013 as an Account Executive/Agent. He was looking for an employment opportunity where he could give back to the Lakeville Community. Colonial Life is a market leader in providing benefit solutions in one neat package, known and respected for excellence in benefit communication, enrollment services and personal insurance products that make benefits count for employers and their employees alike. Colonial Life is headquartered in Columbia, S.C. and was founded in 1939.
“Voluntary benefits are becoming a widely used tool for employers to meet their employees’ financial needs on a cost effective basis. We help employers attract and retain better workers while bringing financial stability to the Lakeville Community by protecting employers, their employees and families from the financial consequences associated with the loss of income, loss of life, cancer, serious illness and medical expenses associated with off the job accidents. We also have access to great dental and vision care programs. To explore how Colonial Life can help your organization, we simply need 20 minutes of your time.”
Mark attends St. John’s Lutheran Church in Lakeville where he has held many leadership positions since 2004 including being the chair of the Stewardship Committee, a member of Council and member of the Chancel Choir. In his spare time, he enjoys fishing, golfing, bowling, singing and spending time with his family in Lakeville, grandkids in New Prague and family cabin up in Park Rapids.
- On January 23, 2017