Mark has lived in multiple states, worked multiple careers, obtained multiple degrees, raised multiple children, and practiced in multiple areas of law. If there’s one thing he’s got in abundance, it’s experience. Well, experience and puns. As he puts it, “If the corncob of my life has been shucked, it’s been shucked well.” After growing up in southern New England, Mark moved to Maine over twenty years ago and we haven’t been able to get rid of him since. During his final year at the University of Maine Law School he interned at Elliott & MacLean, LLP where he primarily assisted with the murder case State of Maine v. Arnold Diana. It was during this year that Mark fell in love with the town of Camden. Once he obtained his degree he returned to our firm, quickly became a partner, and threw himself into the community wholeheartedly. He is constantly volunteering with organizations such as the Rotary, United Way, Good Shepard Food Bank, and the American Cancer Society. He also works on projects with Habitat for Humanity in the summer and sells Christmas trees for charity during the holidays.
If he’s not making us laugh with his quick wit and corny jokes around the office or spending time with his two sons and lovely wife Jen, you can be sure he’s touching hearts throughout the state, donating his time to make all of our lives a little bit better. We believe it was Mark’s community spirit that drew him to practice in the areas of real estate and business law. And really, is it such a bad gig making dreams come true? Helping clients buy their new home or start their own business certainly makes the hard work worthwhile! Perhaps it’s his caring nature or his genuine joy at his clients’ success that keep them coming back for more. Or maybe it’s the dad jokes. We’ll let you decide.