Meet The STOP Corporate Team

Mack Clark

Mack Clark

Mack is an educator, consultant, and mentor. After declining a relocation with Honeywell (to leave San Diego), Mack founded his own sales training and business consulting business in 1971. He became very popular as a speaker and consultant in the cleaning and construction industries through the ‘70’s and ‘80’s. Mack backed into franchising as a logical transition in 1996. Off duty, Mack is a wave runner enthusiast, loves a great steak, and warm summer nights in the desert.

Brian Clark

Brian Clark

Brian has been with STOP since 1990. After self-employment through college as a janitor and auto detailer, his degree in marketing landed him at STOP to help bring Mack’s experience and systems to more people via the franchise format. Brian and wife Michelle have two daughters in elementary school. In his rare spare time, Brian’s hobbies include drumming and classic cars. Brian has also been an active member of the Early Ford V8 Club of America since 1983 and is serving a term as a trustee for the Early Ford V-8 Foundation and Museum.

Daren Clark

Daren Clark

Through college, Daren worked construction, janitorial and as a technician for a 24-hour flood restoration company. He then served for 20 years with the county of San Diego, with 10 of those in management. While in San Diego, he earned his Master’s Degree in Administration and joined the STOP Team in 2012. Daren enjoys spending time with his family and nurturing his classic car hobby in California.

Tina Farrell

Tina Farrell

Tina has an MBA with an emphasis in accounting. Tina has been with STOP since 1995. Her favorite things are playing with her dogs, two cats, and watching movies.

Scott Tarpley

Scott Tarpley

Serving as our Lead Technical Consultant, Scott offers more than 35 years of successful experience in the property restoration industry. Throughout his career, Scott has managed multiple large-loss commercial projects and is continuously involved with product demonstrations in the restoration industry. He works with educators and equipment manufacturers to develop new and better processes in the industry. In addition, Scott serves on the technical advisory committee for the Development of the Commercial Drying Specialist Course for the IICRC and has also served on the Board of Directors for Mid-South Professional Cleaners Association.

Carey Linneweber

Carey Linneweber

Carey grew up in southwest Indiana and earned her degree in Computer Information Systems at Ivy Tech in Bloomington, Indiana. In her spare time, she enjoys visiting family and friends in her hometown, attending IndyCar races, fishing and spending time at the lake with her family.