Vice President of Advanced Life Sales

Mark is the longest tenured Sales Coach at GamePlan, helping producers since 1999. His passion is assisting producers in using life insurance in business and estate planning strategies. Prior to focusing on life insurance, Mark also coached producers in the areas of fixed annuities and long-term care insurance. He was with MetLife and was securities registered for seven years prior to joining GamePlan. Part of coaching producers entails helping them recognize and overcome some of the business fears they may have, and Mark knows a thing or two about overcoming fear. Prior to entering the financial world, he owned a construction company that did the steelwork for many of the high-rises that you now see in Florida. Walking 40 stories above the ground on a beam not much wider than your foot will teach you about fear. Mark has earned both the Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow® and Certified Financial Educator® designations.

When not at GamePlan, Mark can most likely be found outdoors. The former president of the largest conservation organization in Florida, where he is still a board member, he has spent close to 30 years actively working to open more of Florida’s land for public use and is well-known among the animal population. Remember the overcoming fear thing? Mark has been up close and personal with more alligators than most Floridians will ever think about seeing in their lifetimes. He was instrumental in helping the once-endangered species to now flourish, while at the same time decreasing the percentage that are a danger to people. Mark has one adult son, and is also an avid fisherman and lobster diver.

Contact Me

Phone Number:
800.886.4757 ext. 2287


7111 Fairway Drive, Suite 205
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418


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