MARK MCCLESKEY
Account Executive
Globe Home Warranty Company​
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I am the Mid Atlantic Field Vice President for all Globe Home Warranty Plans. 

•MARYLAND FINANCE COMPANY - OWNER 1993 to Present

•LICENSED REAL ESTATE AGENT 1993 to Present

•ORIGINAL MEMBER OF GLOBE HOME WARRANTY TEAM - 1999 to present

•MCCLESKEY PROPERTIES – OWNER and MANAGE 21 properties, Residential and Commercial
located in Maryland, Hawaii, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, Costa Rica and Brazil 1989 to Present

•ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY- Owned and operated 4 Allstate Agencies 1986 to 2010

•OCEAN CITY BEACH PATROL (CREW CHIEF), Ocean City, Maryland 1971 to 1976

•UNIVERSITY OF TENNESEE AT MARTIN- BS Degree, Criminal Justice, graduated 1975


     Mark joined Globe Home Warranty in 1999 as a sales rep for Maryland. He grew Maryland sales to where they are today and in 2003 he was promoted to Field Vice President, Maryland, Tennessee, Ohio and Arizona. Currently Mark is our Field Vice President, Mid Atlantic region. Mark brings with him a lot of experience from the Real Estate and Insurance industry. Mark has held a Maryland real estate license for 20 years and owns and manages real estate both nationally and internationally. In addition he has owned and operated four Allstate insurance franchises in Maryland. You can depend on him to understand your real estate transactions and support them with Our Globe home warranty promise to you and your real estate clients.

A LITTLE ABOUT MARK –


I learned three lessons that were the keys to my success:
You need to want it ( to accomplish things ) so bad you can taste it
Surround yourself with successful people
You need to work your rear-end off
I try to live my life using three principles I learned the hard way.
Integrity; do what is right and avoid what’s wrong
Treat people like you want to be treated
Do the very best you can every time
Lessons learned from adversity:
A high personal cost in self-esteem sometimes
Peer groups you often become associated with are not conducive to your improvement
Embarrassment is the cost of caring about what people think
Loneliness when no one understands
Benefits from adversity:
Gaining patience.  Seldom are you able to accomplish something the first time
Learning that failing is not bad.  You need to keep trying
Developing a drive and motivating others
Developing personal fortitude

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