Mark Feuerer was born and raised in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, a small town just northwest of Milwaukee. He is the youngest of eight siblings. Mark headed off to Princeton University in 1984, where he played baseball, football and graduated with a B.A. in Psychology. After a short stint playing professional baseball in Australia in 1989-1990, he settled into a career in the heavy construction equipment industry, working on both the manufacturing and dealership sides of the business. He received his MBA in 1998 from Keller Graduate School of Management and spent 2003 in law school at New England School of Law. In 2008, he married his wife Kelly (nee Weigand), managing attorney for a healthcare network provider. Mark, Kelly, and their three cats and one dog live in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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Destination Tent City, AZ
by Mark Feuerer
Price: $4.95 USD. 43510 words.
Published by Coffeetown Press on August 3, 2011. Nonfiction.
Ever since the Arizona prison Tent City was established in 1993, it has been making headlines. This “as told to” account chronicles a two-year period of a young woman’s life after she, like so many Americans, made the fateful decision to drink and drive. Her story should give readers pause the next time they decide to drive away from happy hour. Especially if they happen to be in Arizona.
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