Lee Marks leads the 101 Mobility of Kent Island team as CEO/Mobility Consultant. Over the past 30 years he has held Controller/CFO positions in a variety of industries, most recently in Healthcare. Lee grew up in Elkridge, MD and has a degree in Economics from UMBC, with certificates in Accounting, Finance, and Managerial Economics.
Angie Marks is responsible for Customer Care/Accounting. Angie has been employed in the accounting department of Capital Forest Products for the past 15 years. She was raised on a farm in South Dakota, the youngest of 12 children, and relocated to Maryland in 1987.
As a young couple, Lee and Angie spent many weekends fishing and crabbing on the Chesapeake Bay and in 1993 decided to make Stevensville on Kent Island their home. They enjoy the small- town atmosphere and friendly community, and it has been a great place to raise their two daughters. Throughout the years, Lee has served the community as a member of the Parks & Recreation Advisory Board and as president of the Kent Island Soccer League, Bay Shore Soccer Club, Christ Church Episcopal Day School, and Tower Gardens Community Association. Along with their extended families, the Marks’ founded an “Open Gym for Kids with Special Needs” program, currently in its eighth year, that offers various physical and social activities for the participants, mentored by local youth volunteers.
Tom also lives on Kent Island. Tom has been a licensed general contractor for 35+ years, and recently obtained a marine contractor’s license. His wealth of knowledge, mechanical background and outgoing personality will be a great asset to our team as Mobility Specialist/Consultant.
Customer Care/Operations Manager
Cheryl’s experience in business management will keep the office running smoothly as the Customer Care/Operations Manager.
Tom and Cheryl also own H&M Property Services, a residential remodeling company. They have three adult children and one grandchild. They have spent many hours boating and jet skiing on the Chesapeake Bay, and also enjoy camping, gardening and spending time with their grandson. Cheryl & Tom volunteer for the Cancer Comfort Angels, a local organization that provides comfort kits and support to individuals and families during their journey with cancer. They have also volunteered with the Open Gym for Kids with Special Needs program.