Rev. Mark

In 2017, Rev Mark felt a need to make the world a better place, so he took a course to become a Humanist Celebrant. Being a Humanist Celebrant allows him to work with couples and family members to create unique ceremonies that reflect the love of a couple (weddings), celebrate the life experience of individuals (memorial services), welcome new family members (naming ceremony) or recognize name changes that better reflect their gender identity (renaming ceremony).

Rev. Mark enjoys working with a couple to craft a ceremony celebrating and sharing how their love developed into the aspirations for their marriage. To make his small part of the world a better place and promote human flourishing, Rev. Mark works with all couples regardless of their socioeconomic status, ethnicity, age, beliefs, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

Rev. Mark (he/him/his) lives in Exton, Pennsylvania, a western suburb of Philadelphia, with his partner and his two dogs. He grew up in Colorado, graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, served as an Armor Officer in Germany at the end of the Cold War, and is a Persian Gulf War veteran. He previously spent 20 plus years as an IT consultant and Senior Systems Analyst after receiving his Master’s in Computer Science.