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Mark Gary

Mark Gary

 

Mark Gary is the Founder and CEO of Seed Capital Investments and the Founder and CEO of the Cottages at Noble Village. Mark  has spent his 22-year professional career successfully developing and  operating senior living communities in the metro Atlanta area. Mark  has experience in all aspects of business including finance,  management, development and stabilized operations in the senior living  industry.

Residential land development from your land to developed lots and private equity investments into superior opportunities.


Mark is a graduate from Georgia Tech with a B Science in Management and a minor in Marketing and Industrial Psychology


Wayne Morehead

Wayne Morehead

 Wayne Morehead formed Health Care Capital Consolidated (HCCC) with two other partners as principals in 1987. He founded HCCC to provide care and residential services for an aging American population whose demand for quality health care services were expected to increase significantly. The initial focus of the company was on the acquisition, development and management of senior living facilities.


The company's first acquisitions in 1988 and 1989 included three existing operations located in South Pittsburg, Tennessee, Greenville, Tennessee, and Springfield, Missouri totaling 350 skilled beds. The funding for these acquisitions was derived from a $1.4 million limited partnership private placement offering, refinancing proceeds from a Greenville refinance, a $700,000 bank line of credit and a $300,000 equity injection from an outside party. Each of these acquisitions was made subject to an existing third-party management agreement with Life Care Centers of America


In 1989 Morehead served as Executive Vice President of Acquisitions for the company. He was actively involved in the management of all corporate affairs which included but were not limited to the establishment and pursuit of corporate goals and objectives, negotiating for the acquisition of selected properties for the corporate portfolio, development and maintenance of debt and equity funding relationships and management oversight for operating properties.


Also, in 1989 the company negotiated to purchase and sell six facilities located in Tennessee, West Virginia and Texas with approximately 950 skilled beds to Southern Healthcare Systems, an unrelated non-profit organization. This transaction netted $3 million for the company plus six long-term management contracts.  


In 1992 the company undertook the management of 34 existing properties that were under the control of LPIMC, a New York based general partner. These properties were successfully assimilated over a hectic four-month timeframe in tranches of 8, 12 and 14 being brought online. 

In 1997, HCCC utilized bond financing for the development of five Louisiana assisted living facilities totaling 300 units which were located in Slidell, Gonzales, Monroe, New Iberia and Shreveport.


In 1997 the company owned and managed 23 skilled facilities (Florida, Missouri, Texas, Tennessee, and New Mexico) and six assisted living facilities. Total assets of the company had grown to $130 million. The stock of the company which had originally been capitalized in 1989 with $300,000 was sold in 1997 for $65 million. 


In 1998 Morehead entered into a joint venture with the Gary Holding Group for the ownership and management of a 38 unit assisted living facility located in Commerce, Georgia. He later purchased the operations for $3.1 million and entered into an agreement with Principal Senior Living Group to expand the facility and position it for a sale. The sale was completed in 2007 for

$4.4 million and the property is now being operated by Brookdale Senior Living.

 

In 1999, Morehead entered into an agreement to purchase five Florida based home health care agencies from Mariner Health Group for $600,000 and selected CHMG to provide the day to day management of these relatively small and underperforming agencies. As its single owner and board member, Morehead was actively involved in the rebranding effort, goal setting and meeting with field personnel to achieve targeted growth. In 2005, he sold the successfully rebranded Access Home Health agency for $2 million. The agency is now owned and operated by Gentiva Health Services.


Beginning in 2005 Morehead initiated a large condo development near downtown Sarasota Florida was never completed, due largely to the adverse economic climate. For the past few years, Morehead has served his church as Business Administrator and Chief Financial Officer and has assisted in its financial restructuring and development of additional facilities.


Tom Martin

Tom Martin

Tom is a life long resident of Duluth, GA.  He has a 53 year career in  community banking with the Bank of Duluth, Citizens Bank and the  Gwinnett Community Bank. 


Contact Us

 

Mark Gary
Managing Partner

mgary@seedcapitalinvest.com

3112 Main Street • Suite 200
Duluth, GA 30096
678.776.5137


Wayne Morehead
Chief Financial Officer
wmorehead@seedcapitalinvest.com
3112 Main Street • Suite 200
Duluth, GA 30096
678.641.2284


Tom Martin

 Vice President
tommartinduluth@gmail.com
3112 Main Street • Suite 200
Duluth, GA 30096
404.861.6414

Seed Capital Investments, LLC