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Marcus Burger, CRSM

VP / Shareholder


Jackson Office

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Jackson, MS
BS Mathematics from Hampton University and MS Applied Mathematics from Old Dominion University
Areas of Specialty:
Not For Profit organizations, Rural and Independent Health Care, and Educational Institutions
Joined Ross & Yerger:
Background & Experience:
Senior Account Executive, Time Warner Cable and Key Account Executive, The Clarion Ledger
​What do you like most about R&Y?
R&Y provides an atmosphere that allows you to excel personally while helping businesses in the community that are important to you. R&Y exceeds the expectations of the client and continues to find new ways to provide solutions to problems. The culture allows our company to be good stewards of where we live and play.
Organizations & Community Activities:
Leadership Greater Jackson Past Chairperson, Kappa Alpha Psi, Fraternity Inc., Hampton University Alumni Association, Ambition Preparatory Charter School Chairperson, Catholic Charities Board of Directors, LeFleur's East Board of Directors
I have 2 children Nicholas and Logan and my wonderful wife Allie. Very active in sports, church and school activities. Enjoy family vacations and weekend getaways to New Orleans.
In my spare time I enjoy traveling throughout the south, playing soccer and coaching youth soccer, and volunteering in the Jackson Metro area.
In my free time, I enjoy:
New Orleans Saints games and traveling to the Caribbean
Something people don't know about me:
I was able to sign a satellite that was worked on as a NASA intern Langley Air Force Base during an internship that was sent to space in 1998.
The person I admire the most is:
My mother, Carol Burger, has always been an inspiration in my life. I continue to learn something new every day about how she gave of herself in efforts to make someone else’s life brighter.
My favorite quote is:
“Life is like a camera. Just focus on what is important and capture the good times, develop from the negatives and if things don’t turn out, just take another shot.”
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