Mark Bowe Biography, Age, Family, Wife, Company, Net Worth

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Mark Bowe Complete Biography

Quick Facts:

 Place of Birth

Glasgow, West Virginia, United States of America

Birthday, Date of Birth

5th March 1970

 Real name

Mark Bowe

Profession

Businessman and Television Personality

Horoscope

Pisces

Ethnicity

Black

Nationality

American Citizen

Religion

Christian

Sexuality

Straight

Color of Eyes

Light Brown

Color of Hair

Brown

Net Worth

Approximately $2 Million

Physique

Tall and Attractive

Height

5 ft. 9 inches

Weight

70 Kg

Bra Size

Not Available

Body Measurements

Not Known

Breast Size

Not Known

Waist Size

Not Known

Hips Size

Not Known

Shoe Size

Not Known

Dress Size

Not Known

 

On March 5, 1970, Mark Bowe was born in Glasgow, West Virginia, United States of America. His zodiac sign is Pisces, and he is an American citizen. He is a successful businessman as well as a TV personality most known for appearing in the DIY Network’s “Barnwood Builders” reality show.

Early Life and Education

His parents brought up Mark in Glasgow, and he mentioned in an interview that he enjoyed living there but preferred to spend his leisure time in nature. He graduated from a Glasgow high school and went to West Virginia University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1992.

His career as a Television Personality

Mark began his professional career as a mine safety technician. When a friend requested him to help him demolish his old barn in 1996, Mark came up with the idea to create his firm, Antique Cabins and Barns, which he titled Antique Cabins and Barns; this company has allegedly been doing well since changing its name to Barnwood Living in 2016.

In 2013, the DIY Network launched a show called “Barnwood Builders” to chronicle Mark’s life and business. The reality show also follows five other builders who transform ancient barns and log cabins into contemporary homes.

The eighth season of the programme premiered on April 7, 2019. The Discovery channel told Brown and his wife in 2017 that they would pick 9 episodes from the “Barnwood Builders” series and construct an entirely new programme for them to run on their channel; the first episode aired on June 30, 2018.

Love Life and His Wife – Cindy

With a mutual acquaintance, Mark and Cindy crossed paths with one another in the year 2001 and began dating. Over the next two years, they spent a lot of time around each other, travelling and relaxing in Greenbrier County.

The couple decided to get married on March 31, 2003, and have a son called Atticus. Though the location of where the wedding took place is unknown, they are now happily married and the family of three is currently residing in their home on their Greenbrier County property. Cindy rose to prominence after campaigning for the West Virginia House of Delegates; she taught history and educated youngsters how to play tennis and baseball. She is currently assisting her spouse with their family company.

Mark |Bowe Interests and Hobbies

Mark enjoys spending his leisure time in nature, which he shares with Cindy, who is also attempting to live a life away from the large cities, choosing to live on a farm.

They are both major animal enthusiasts, and they keep a lot of them on their property, including dogs, cats, and ducks. Mark has been physically active since he first enrolled in high school, having played both football and tennis – he has a strong body primarily due to his rigorous profession. Still, he also goes to the gym with Cindy sometimes.

Mark is a devotee of the film business, with Johnny Depp and Tom Hanks among his favourite actors; some of his favourite movies are “Catch Me if You Can” and “Good Will Hunting.”

He also enjoys watching TV episodes similar to his own, particularly those that depict the lives of people who live in nature, far from civilization, such as “Alaskan Bush People.”

Mark Bowe Net Worth

According to several trusted sources, Mark’s net worth is approximately around $2 million or somewhere above it, whereas Cindy’s is over $600,000.

His Wife – Cindy Lavender Bowe

Cindy Lavender was born in West Virginia, United States of America, in 1971. She is most known for being a candidate of the West Virginia House of Delegates chosen to represent District 42, but she also rose to prominence after marrying Mark.

Her Early Life and Educational Background

She belonged to a family that spent their lives mining coal since both of her grandfathers worked in the mines; her parents were extremely young when she was born, so all four of her grandparents assisted in raising her. Cindy’s father served in the Air Force before beginning his career as a pipe fitter at DuPont in Kanawha County; he later graduated from college and became a process engineer.

Cindy’s mother was a homemaker who entered college when she was 42 years old and received a degree in nursing.

Cindy graduated from a Kanawha County high school before attending West Virginia University’s Institute of Technology and earning a bachelor’s degree in social studies in 1993. She further continued her studies at Marshall University, where she earned a master’s degree in leadership studies, educational studies, and administration in 1996. Cindy’s professional background includes co-owning the Barnwood Living firm with her husband and teaching at Kanawha County Public Schools.

Her Stand at Election

In the general election, she decided to run for West Virginia House of Delegates District 42. There were two open seats in November 2018 – and Jeff Campbell and Cindy defeated Denny Canterbury Sr. or Steve Malcomb, having previously defeated Isaiah Stanley and Roger Vannoy inside this Democratic primary for West Virginia House Delegates District 42.

More about Cindy

Cindy is a philanthropist and a volunteer who appreciates assisting people in need; she is a member of the Greenbrier Valley Flood Recovery, Relief Committee and the Lewisburg Literary Group. She is the chief executive of the United Way of the Greenbrier Valley and the vice president of the board of directors of Greenbrier Episcopal School.