Mr. Bromley grew up in Downey, California. After earning a degree in Zoology from B.Y.U., he taught science at Orem High School and Orem Jr. High School. In 1981, Mr. Bromley joined Waterford in its inaugural year. He has taught all manner of biology courses in the last thirty-five years and has led field trips to Belize, Kenya and many trips to the shores of the Pacific Ocean. Prior to moving to the Sandy Campus in 1990, Mr. Bromley earned an M.S. in Zoology. He keeps company with fifty-five mounted animals, seventy-two skulls and several hundred pinned insects. His room is a perfect place for a Victorian biologist. Mr. Bromley’s extracurricular interests include wildlife watching, making furniture, reading murder mysteries and achieving deep frustration with his latest project: building a Shelby Cobra replica in his garage. Mark and Lee have raised six Waterford graduates and currently have thirteen grandchildren with names Mark can occasionally remember.