Mark Berndt for Brown County Supervisor
We the People

About Mark Berndt

Mark Berndt and family

Mark Berndt was born in Oshkosh WI, and moved to Green Bay in 1964 where his dad, David Berndt, taught and coached at Green Bay West High School until the mid 80’s and his late mother, Betty, worked at Sears.

Mark graduated from Green Bay Southwest where he was on the student council all 4 years and participated in football, basketball, track, tennis, and wrestling.  He then attended UW-Oshkosh where he participated in the Boxing Club and went on to fight in two state titles, the AAU and Golden Gloves.  Mark graduated from UW-Green Bay in 1985 with a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Urban Studies/Planning, where Brown County was use as a model.

Mark married his wife Lynn in 1985 and bought their first home on North Ashland on Green Bay’s near Westside that same year.  Berndt won the election from both Green Bay Alderman and Brown County Supervisor for District 7 in 1994, winning re-election for the Green Bay Alderman again in 1996.  He Chaired the Protection & Welfare committee and was a member of the Zoning Board of Appeal while an Alderman. As a Supervisor in Brown County, Berndt was on the Administration Committee where he changed the policy of purchasing and Chaired a subcommittee that put the county banking out to bid, and saved the tax payers significant banking fees.

 In 1999 Mark and his family Lynn, Jack and Josie moved to the town of Wrightstown where they saved and restored an old Victorian home after moving it.  Berndt stayed politically active as his children grew up by being the Chairman on the town’s Zoning Board of Appeals from 2001 to present.

Mark Berndt started his work history in retail and construction earning enough to put himself through college.  At the turn of the century, Berndt moved into the financial services industry and has been there the past 19 years.  Mark started as an independent mortgage broker where he provided many county residences with help in buying their homes and reducing their mortgage rates.  In 2007 he earned his securities licenses and became a successful licensed banker and small business banker before being promoted to a Vice President as a branch manager at JP Morgan Chase.

Mark currently holds his security licenses (7 & 66) and works for a national independent introducing broker/dealer, in Green Bay. He works as a licensing coordinator and recruiter and has grown the registered representative base by over 30% this past year.

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