Farmington community leader Mark Johnson, Comcast Technical Operations Manager, has announced his retirement after 37 years in the cable industry including 19 years with one of the nation’s largest media and technology companies. Johnson’s retirement is effective at the end of this month.
Mark is known for his wide-ranging industry experience, but most of all for his ability to impact our community and business by always putting the customer first,” said Chris Dunkeson, Area Vice President, Comcast. “I’m thankful to Mark for his service and congratulate him on his incredible career and very well-deserved retirement.”
Mark has served as the Technical Operations Manager for Comcast’s operations in Farmington since 2001. In this position, he was responsible for all technical operations in the town, including supervising 11 field technicians, managing facilities, and ensuring each customer has their best experience possible. From 2006 – 2011, Mark served as the Operations Manager for Comcast’s operations in Farmington and Gallup. In this role, he led over 60 team members across multiple facets of the business. Mark is known for always making sure that his people are taken care of.
In addition to his Comcast career, Mark has dedicated his time and knowledge to giving back to business and nonprofit organizations in his local community. He served on advisory committees for the Chamber of Commerce and Better Business Bureau in Farmington, he was an active volunteer in the United Way of Farmington’s Campaign Committee and is a member of the Rotary Club in Farmington. He has also served on the Board of Directors of his Church for 28 years and has taken on leadership positions like Secretary and Treasurer.
Our industry today looks very different than it did when Mark joined the company. Through more than three decades of industry growth and change, Mark’s leadership and commitment to the business have been constant,” said Dunkeson.