Mark D. Cribbet

Mark sailing on Dillon Reservoir with local legend and Competitions Manager for Copper Mountain Ski Resort, Frank Kelble.

Mark D. Cribbet was born outside of Cincinnati, OH in a village called Batavia where he attended the local school system graduating high school in 2004. He attended the Ohio State University (Columbus, OH) and the University of Manchester (Manchester, England, U.K.) on academic scholarship, graduating with a B.A in International Studies: World Economy and Business in 2008.

In 2010, Mark left Ohio to learn oil and gas law at Oklahoma City University School of Law with the intent to move back to Ohio and work in the burgeoning shale fracking plays in eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania. However, a trip to Colorado during spring break of his third year of law school changed that trajectory, and he moved to Glendale, CO.

Mark started his legal career as an oil and gas landman serving the Rocky Mountain region and Oklahoma where he developed a love for real property. Eventually, Mark moved on to draft oil and gas title opinions at a large, multi-state law firm in Denver. In November of 2018, Mark moved to Dillon, Colorado and joined a series of small firms in Breckenridge and Frisco as an associate practicing real estate, commercial, domestic relations and criminal law before forming Cribbet & French, LLC with Natalie J. French.

Mark enjoys fishing, hiking, backcountry skiing, on-resort snowboarding, and golf. He has an Airedale terrier called Prango and can typically be found around the high country with his loving companion.

Education

The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH – B.A. International Studies: World Economy and Business (2004-2008)
The University of Manchester, Manchester, England, UK – Study Abroad (2006)
Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, OK – J.D. (2010-2013)

Bar Admission

Colorado, 2013
US District Court – District of Colorado

Affiliations

Colorado Bar Association
Continental Divide Bar Association
Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, USA, Summit County, Colorado, Lodge #2561
Summit County Historical Society
Summit County Board of Equalization Protest Referee – 2021
Town of Dillon Planning and Zoning Commissioner – 2022 to present