About Me

Hi there!  Welcome to my blog!

I am a former US Army Engineer officer and West Point graduate living in Central Massachusetts with my wonderful wife Lynn and our cockatiel Caesar.  I  worked in pharmaceutical and medical device sales and management during my career before retirement.  I currently serve as the Chairman of the East Brookfield, MA Board of Health, which is an elected position.

I have an Instagram account where I share some photos.  My handle is markamorin84 – though this blog is my main outlet.

Please follow my blog – I love feedback!

I grew up in Fitchburg, MA and now live in the small town of East Brookfield, MA.  My ancestry is diverse, as I am 1/4 Irish (Mayo and Cork), 1/4 Finnish, 3/16 French-Canadian, 1/16 Mi’qmac, 1/8 Italian, and 1/8 Swedish.  I speak three languages, English, French, and a little German.  I have been told I have a Boston accent, but in truth it’s more of a Worcester County/Fitchburg accent.

This blog is just a way of capturing some of my interests and my creative spirit.  Here, I showcase what’s going on in my life, my golf game, and some of my hobby projects (mostly tabletop wargaming and miniatures), activities and interests.  I am a definite Boston sports fan as well, especially the Boston Bruins.  I hope you enjoy my blog!

06122015 Birthday at Browns
Now that’s a lobster!

2 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. Hey Mark – On this Veteran’s Day, I want to thank you for your service to our country…my family and I appreciate it more than you know. God Bless and I hope you are recovering quickly. Hang in there my friend !!!

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