Mark Perrott

Profile Updated: December 18, 2012
Residing In: Stillwater, MN USA
Spouse/Partner: Hyon Mi Perrott who I met while on active duty with the USAF in South Korea. Hyon and I have been married for 22 years.
Occupation: Vice President of Legal & Quality, Northwire Inc.
Children: Michelle Kim Perrott, born July 1995, High School Senior
Sarah Min Perrott, born June 2001, 6th More…grade
Military Service: United States Air Force  
Yes! Attending Reunion
Post-high school education?

Western Connecticut State University, BBA
University of South Carolina, School of Law, JD
Licensed to practice law in Connecticut
Squadron Officer School, USAF Maxwell AFB

How did you end up living where you live and working where you work?

Commissioned as an officer in the United States Air Force in 1985. Stationed in Texas, Missouri, New Jersey, Nevada, Michigan, several South American and Central American locations and South Korea. Spent many years as a USAF Security Police officer in the areas of law enforcement, nuclear security operations and air base defense. Dept of Defense trained officers in Total Quality Management in mid 1990's. I practiced these concepts to improve nuclear security operations. I also taught TQM / Team and Leadership concepts as an Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies for the USAF at Michigan Technological University in the UP of Michigan. Left the Air Force in 1998 (earned the rank of Major) and took a job as a Quality Manager at Manitowoc Cranes. Went to OshKosh Corp, Defense Div in 2002 for a Quality Director's position. Left there in 2O11 for a position as Vice President of Quality & Legal for Northwire Inc. in the St Croix River Valley. Recently promoted to Executive Vice President, Administration with the same company. Since returning to the US, we have lived in Las Vegas, Kewaunaw Peninsula on Lake Superior, Manitowoc WI on the shore of Lake Michigan, Oshkosh WI on the shore of Lake Winnebago and now Stillwater MN in the St Croix river valley. Stillwater MN is the birthplace of Minnesota located approx. 30 minutes east of the Twin Cities.

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