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Wisconsin Judges Directory
For immediate release: Monday, December 2, 2002
GOVERNOR APPOINTS MARK TO FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT
(St. Paul, MN) Governor Jesse Ventura today announced the appointment of Kevin Mark to a First Judicial District trial court bench vacancy. This position is the fifth of five new district court judgeships created by the 2001 Minnesota Legislature. The Supreme Court certified the chambers of this judgeship, which takes effect on January 1, 2003, for the city of Red Wing in Goodhue County. 31 people applied for this judicial position.
Mark has been a self-employed attorney in Red Wing since 1995. He was an attorney with the Holst, Vogel, Erdmann and Vogel law firm in Red Wing from 1979 to 1995, as an associate attorney from 1979 to 1985 and a partner from 1985 to 1995. Mark earned his juris doctorate degree from Marquette University Law School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1979 and his bachelor of arts degree from Minnesota State University, Mankato (then known as Mankato State University) magna cum laude in 1975.
"When I asked Kevin why he wanted to be a judge, he told me that he has a strong belief in public service and that as a judge he can have a positive impact in the community," Governor Ventura said. "Kevin has demonstrated a commitment to public service in his work on the Red Wing School Board and the many other civic organizations he has been a part of in Red Wing. I know he will carry this commitment to public service with him to the bench."
Mark has been a member of the Red Wing School Board since 1985 and chair since 1993. He is also chair of the Red Wing Joint Powers Board and president of the Hedin-Hartnagel Memorial Fund Board of Directors. Mark has also been an assembly representative with the Minnesota State High School League, past fund drive chair and ongoing volunteer legal counsel for the Red Wing United Way Board, was president of the Red Wing Country Club and served on the Red Wing Kiwanis Club, Y-Pals Advisory Board and numerous committees at the First Lutheran Church of Red Wing.
Mark, 49, was born in Red Wing and lives there with his wife, Cyd. They have three children, Kendall, 12, Chloe, 9, and Elle, 6.