Field, Mark

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Field, Mark




Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1964, Mark Field served in the US Navy as a storekeeper on submarines. Mark is a branch manager at a mortgage loan company, and also publisher and editor of National Veterans Magazine, a free magazine containing information, news, and histories for veterans, military, police officers, and firefighters. Mark was instrumental in creating a Veteran’s hiring program at Tiffany Construction Company, Phoenix; and the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station to hire veterans for security work. When MANA (Marines, Army, Navy, Air Force) House, a transitional living facility for homeless veterans, needed renovations, Mark organized a team of 70 Boy Scouts to make the needed improvements. In 2015, Mark Field was recognized by the President of the Arizona Senate for personally refurbishing 65 memorial plaques honoring fallen Arizona servicemembers at the State Capitol Wesley Bolin Plaza.