Stigma Free Vet Zone
He Turned From his Father at the Bus Depot and Walked Into a Life he Couldn’t Have Imagined | Mark Alan
Mark was born and raised in central Wisconsin to a large family. Mark is the eldest male child of
14 total siblings – 8 boys and 6 girls. Mark graduated from Necedah High School in 1998 and joined the Marines in 1999 where he served 8 years of active duty and achieved the rank of
Sergeant. Mark deployed to Fallujah, Iraq in 2004 during operation phantom fury. Mark exited the service in 2006 and subsequently attended school at UW Green Bay where he completed his bachelor’s degree. Mark has worked in the veteran community since 2012 in both non-profit and state government. Mark is presently the development director for Feast of Crispian and is on his last semester of his master’s program at UWM.
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