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Mark Gerardot Wiki (Jennair Gerardot Husband) Bio, Age, Recent Update, instagram facts to know

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The husband of a wife who shot and killed his mistress and then turned the gun on herself says he regrets how he handled the affair.

Mark Gerardot, more than a year after the murder-suicide, expressed remorse over the tragedy that resulted in the deaths of his lover, Meredith Chapman, and wife of almost 25 years, Jennair.

‘I broke her heart,’ referring to Jennair Gerardot in an interview with ABC, for a 20/20 news segment.

Mark Gerardot Career And Early Life

In 1995, Gerardot started working as a consumer packaging goods designer for Bemis Company. After a one-year stint there, he accepted his first directorial position with an Indianapolis-based marketing agency called Borshoff; his team won a Regional ADDY award for a non-profit video campaign they created.
In 1997, Mark accepted an Art Director position at Scheitlin CommunicationsFocusing on companies in the health and pharmaceutical industries, he combined his design skills by creating product packaging and marketing campaigns for their clients. He also directed photography for hospitals and other health-related organizations.
In 2001, Mark Gerardot co-founded his own marketing firm: Gerardot & Co. Leading the creative side, he earned over $6 million in new business and generated tens of millions of dollars in revenue for 50 hotels and resorts. Some of his biggest clients include Caribou Coffee, Marsh Supermarkets, The Bahamas Out Islands, and Tiamo Resorts.
In October 2011, Mark became the Creative Director of a South Carolina-based marketing company called Up&Up. [3
In 2018, Gerardot moved to Delaware, where he began serving as the Creative Director at the University of Delaware. Gerardot graduated from the University of St. Francis with a Bachelor’s degree in designGerardot graduated from the University of St. Francis with a Bachelor’s degree in design

Mark Gerardot Wife Jennair Gerardot Suicide Cause

Jennair Gardot (above left), 47, shot dead her husband’s mistress Meredith Chapman (above right), 33, before shooting herself in what police concluded was a murder-suicide

In April 2018, Mark Gerardot was in the news after his wife shot and killed Meredith Chapman and herself. After finding out that Mark was having an affair with Chapman, Mark’s wife – Jennair Gerardot – shot Chapman in her Radnor, Pennsylvania home using a Taurus Tracker.357 revolver.
A Delaware woman who believed her husband was having an affair with a Villanova University official broke into her home earlier this week — possibly while in disguise — and then shot her in the head with a revolver as she came through the front door,

Meredith Chapman Murder

Police say Jennair Gerardot shot Meredith Chapman at her home in Radnor, Pennsylvania (above), before taking her own life on April 23, 2018

Authorities say the 47-year-old wife shot dead Chapman, 33, who was 15 years younger than Mark, to seek revenge over the affair. She had used disguises and concealed recording devices to track the pair.

Mark Gerardot came to know and discover both women dead when his wife failed to show up for a dinner meeting they were having that night.

Mark Gerardot Recent Update about her mistress suicide/murder

The husband of a wife who shot and killed his mistress and then turned the gun on herself says he regrets how he handled the affair.

Mark Gerardot, more than a year after the murder-suicide, expressed remorse over the tragedy that resulted in the deaths of his lover, Meredith Chapman, and wife of almost 25 years, Jennair.

‘I broke her heart,’ referring to Jennair Gerardot in an interview with ABC, for a 20/20 news segment.

‘I broke her heart,’ says Mark Gerardot, referring to his wife, Jennair, who police say shot her husband’s mistress before turning the gun on himself.

Jennair Gardot (above left), 47, shot dead her husband’s mistress Meredith Chapman (above right), 33, before shooting herself in what police concluded was a murder-suicide

Police say Jennair Gerardot shot Meredith Chapman at her home in Radnor, Pennsylvania (above), before taking her own life on April 23, 2018

Authorities say the 47-year-old wife shot dead Chapman, 33, who was 15 years younger than Mark, to seek revenge over the affair. She had used disguises and concealed recording devices to track the pair.

The grizzly shooting would end up happening inside Chapman’s home in the wealthy suburbs of Philadelphia, known as the Main Line on April 23, 2018.

Jennair Gerardot, according to police, shot Chapman in the kitchen of her house in Radnor, before turning the gun on herself.

Mark Gerardot Affairs with Meredith Chapman

Mark Gerardot admits that he became smitten by Meredith Chapman (above), 33, after she hired him to work under her in a marketing job at University of Delaware, that it felt ‘amazing to be around her’

‘I was confused by the feelings I was having, to be honest,’ he said, ‘until it became a little bit more forward with a dinner that we had. It was more of a date.’

Jennair Gerardot picked up on the affair after her husband relocated for the new job from their home in South Carolina. She had stayed behind to lease the house.

Mark Gerardot said he spent 45 days alone in Delaware, and that his wife, upon rejoining him, noticed he had become distant.

‘She finally asked me, ‘What is up with you? You’re acting different,” he recalled her saying to him. ‘She said specifically, ‘It’s Meredith, isn’t it?”

The husband said he had mentioned Meredith’s name to Jennair previously, but only in a professional context.

At first he denied the affair. But, he said, his wife persisted in her inquiries.

Finally, as Valentine’s Day approached, he admitted he was seeing Chapman.

She then made her own admission, he said, that she had hired a company that gave her access to his phone. The wife could read all his text messages, see his photos and review records of calls with Chapman.

The couple made an attempt to reconcile with couple’s therapy. However, during their second session, Mark Gerardo says he stumbled on Chapmanashing recording device, sewn into his jacket.

‘She told me she wanted to understand the degree to which Meredith and I were in the relationship,’ Gerardot said. ‘She was determined there was a plan between Meredith and I, and she was trying to listen to what that plan was.’

The husband said divorce after that was inevitable and that he within a short time he announced his intentions to file.

Chapman, meanwhile, accepted a job at Villanova University and had moved to Radnor, also planning a divorce, Gerardot said.

Jennair Gerardot Start of  trouble

Sheila Brennan, a divorce coach who began working with Jennair Gerardot, told ABC the wife was boiling with resentment and anger over ‘being tossed away’ and ‘being traded in’ for a younger woman.

She also worried over money, because she had just moved from South Carolina, and had not found new employment after a job loss.

Mark Gerardot said his wife at one point threatened to jump out a window.

She seemed to improve after he said he urged her to seek professional help and support from her family. But quietly she was keeping close tabs on the husband and his mistress, and plotting revenge.

Disturbing text messages the wife sent the husband on the same night of the murder-suicide signaled trouble was coming. ‘You ruined my life,’ one text message said, according to Mark Gerardot.

Mark Gerardot Wife Jennair Gerardot Letter and Text

Pictured above, Mark and Jeannair Gerardot. The now-widower said she signaled trouble was coming by texting him, ‘You ruined my life,” and “I hope you find never happiness,’ the evening she shot dead his mistress and then herself. She ended with one final message, ‘Bye, Mark’

In a letter to his dead mistress, Mark Gerardot says he tells Meredith Chapman (above) that it should have been him that died, not her. He says he’s also writing a book, which is proving cathartic

‘I hope you find never happiness,’ she said in another text, ending with one final message, ‘Bye, Mark.’

After the shootings, Mark Gerardot said he began writing to help recover from the tragedy.

In a letter to his dead mistress, he says he tells her that it should have been him that died, not her. He says he’s also writing a book, which is proving cathartic.

As for his dead wife, ‘my regret comes back to breaking her heart and making her feel like she had no other choice,’ he said.

‘I wish I wouldn’t have hurt her because I loved her. I still love her. I wish I could take it back.’

Fast Facts You Must need to know

  • Mark Gerardot says he wishes he had handled splitting with his wife differently
  • ‘I loved her. I still love her. I wish I could take it back,’ he says of his wife Jennair
  • The couple married in October 1993 but had known each other since the 1980s
  • Gerardot almost 25 years later started having a secret affair with his new boss
  • His lover, Meredith Chapman, worked in marketing at University of Delaware 
  • He says he fell in love with Chapman, 33, who was 15 years younger than him
  • Jennair noticed her husband had become distant and confronted him
  • She also monitored the affair by concealing recording devices in his clothes
  • The spurned wife, police say, shoots Chapman and then herself on April 23, 2018
  • Investigators conclude the murder-suicide was revenge for her husband’s affair 

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