MN License #51304
Mark began his career in business after graduating from college with a degree in Marketing.
He worked for JCPenney Company and also a privately owned men's clothing store before purchasing his own men's and boy's clothing business.
In 1979, Mark, his wife Bev, and their three children moved to Springfield, Minnesota, where they opened Clennon's Men’s and Boy’s Clothing. They soon acquired another clothing store in Madelia, Minnesota.
After eight years in the business, he accepted a position as Commercial Loan Officer at the United Prairie Bank of Springfield. He was appointed Branch Manager, a position he held for many years. During his time at the bank, Mark earned his insurance and real estate licenses. He sold annuities, insurance and real estate during his tenure.
In 2002, Mark fulfilled his dreams of returning to own his own business, with the beginning of FREEDOM FINANCIAL.
Mark brings to Freedom Financial over 25 years' experience in annuities, business and banking. His honesty, integrity, and natural sense of business and investments enhance his dedication and commitment to those he serves.
Since the inception of Freedom Financial, Mark has earned numerous awards and citations for outstanding performance, professionalism and client service.
Mark has served on the:
- Springfield Economic Development Committee
- Springfield Chamber of Commerce
- Springfield Medical Center Board of Directors
- Boy Scouts of America Board of Directors
- St. Raphael Catholic Church Board
He is part of the committee that developed the Springfield Area Nativity Theatre Association, continues to serve on the board of directors, and helps with the yearly production of the group's annual Nativity Pageant.
He is committed to:
- Conduct business according to the highest standards of honesty and integrity.
- Provide objectivity that focuses on your needs with prompt and competent service.
- Present information to the best of his ability, enabling you to understand the product you have purchased and that it meets your stated needs and financial objectives.
- Invest in a prudent manner, the assets you have entrusted to him, to be consistent with the benefits that were promised, taking into account that the primary objective is safety of the principal.
- Treat all policyholders with fairness and equality, assuring the best value possible for premiums paid.