Meet the People of Marquette
Because places need people to create culture and community...
The purpose of our People of Marquette series is an ode to those who have paved a path of perseverance in the rural Upper Peninsula. One that has made it possible for our bustling, innovative community to flourish into what we see today.
Places need people to create both culture and community. To mold landscape into destinations where we build our businesses and our homes. We can’t wait for you to meet the People of Marquette and hope you’ll consider joining us.
From the Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum program 8-18 Media to TV6 News Director, Andrew has been a storyteller from the beginning.
Moving back to Marquette after years of adventure and career development not only filled the Pearson’s soul but grounded them in community.
Twenty-five miles north of Marquette City lies Big Bay, Michigan and at the epicenter, you’ll find the historic Thunder Bay Inn, the film site of Anatomy of a Murder.
From a Holocaust Museum in L.A. to man-made islands off of Dubai, Gabby and Aaron have a knack for investing in rich culture. See what lead the new owners of Phil’s 550 back home to Marquette.
Life in the Army took Doug & Pam all over the world, the one constant being camp along 550 in Marquette. Learn more about their journey home.
“Marquette is the one place east of the Rockies where I would want to live as a family.” Learn how Jacquie & Vanessa made it Marquette.
We venture to the historical West End to speak to May Tsupros & Dave Lawler about planting roots and building community in Ishpeming.
City’s thrive when the downtown culture provides a community hub. When Jen Ray & Tom Vear moved their family to Marquette in 2003, they developed just that.
When NYC shut down and Kasey Scheibe was given the option to work remotely Marquette was the last place she & husband John expected to land.
Entrepreneurship, remote work, and craft beer, all mixed into an outdoor lifestyle. Find out why Marquette was the ideal location for Barrel + Beam owners to plant their roots.