Activities & Affiliations
Indiana State Bar Association - Probate, Trust and Real Property Section and Business Law Section
Christian Legal Society
Grissom Community Council
Noblesville Chamber of Commerce
National Rifle Association
National Association of Independent Business
Detroit College of Law at Michigan State University
Juris Doctorate, 1998
Master, Political Science Specializing in International Relations, 1987
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Mark formerly served as legal counsel to the Kokomo Planning Commission and Kokomo Board of Zoning Appeals. Mark also represents the interests of Auto Network, Inc., Bass Concrete, Inc., Bevington Properties, LLC, Brand X Enterprises, LLC, Circle G, LLC, Dr. Holly Lewton, P.C. (Assumed Name: 96th Street Eye Care), Gibson Brothers Welding, Inc., GL Cope Properties, LLC, Grace Fellowship, EFC Inc., Hills Chapel Community Church, Inc., Hoosier Broadband, LLC, K E Roach Consulting LLC, Lausch Farms, LLC, Paladan Construction, LLC, Personal Care Ambulance Transport, LLC, Pike Internet, Inc., Pullen’s LLC, R. L. Blue, Inc., Roller Properties LLC, Roller Properties 2 LLC, Sweet Poppin’s, LLC, Tipton Electric Motor Services, Inc., Transcending Wellness Retreats LLC, Vanderstelt Investments, LLC, Virtual Solutions, Inc., and Wimmer Lime Service, Inc.
Mark has conducted estate planning seminars with the American Heart Association in Carmel, Noblesville and Fishers, with Merrill Lynch in Kokomo, and with the Riley Children's Foundation in Avon, Fishers and Indianapolis.
Mark graduated from Taylor University and then received a Master’s degree from Baylor University with a degree in political science specializing in International Relations. While attending Baylor, he worked as a Research Assistant for Diplomat-in-Residence, Dr. Colbert Held.
After graduating from Baylor, Mark worked in Washington D.C. as a Legislative Assistant and Co-Legislative Director to U. S. Congressman Fred Grandy from Iowa and Senior Policy Analyst - - Legislative Assistant for Senator Dan Coats. While in D.C., he worked to develop market-based health care reform including medical savings accounts and expanding access to health care through community health centers.
While in Washington D.C., Mark created and assisted in an inner city youth basketball program for metropolitan Washington, D.C. teens. He left D.C. and became the Health Care Policy Advisor to Governor John Engler in Michigan. After graduating from the Detroit College of Law at Michigan State, he returned to Indiana to practice law in 1998. In 2018, Mark was a candidate for the United States Senate in the Republican Primary.
Mark and his wife, Nancy, reside in Kokomo. His children are both married and reside in Kokomo. His parents, L.D. and Bettie Hurt, live in Fairmount, Indiana. Mark attended high school at Madison-Grant where he played basketball, baseball and ran cross country and track. Mark and Nancy worship at First Nazarene in Kokomo.