Maine Retirement Annuities, Inc., is a full service retirement planning company serving Farmington, ME and surrounding communities. Maine Retirement Annuities, Inc.,, provides retirement and planning to families nearing or already enjoying retirement. Our mission is to provide the families and businesses with innovative financial strategies, in an effort to provide financial clarity, solutions, and improve your quality of life. Making strong commitments to our clients and building life-long relationships are tenets of success at Maine Retirement Annuities, Inc.
After a thorough and careful financial discovery with you, we analyze your personal financial situation – risk tolerance, time horizon, liquidity needs, and retirement goals — and create a retirement plan that is unique to your situation.
Mark Ranger is a 1990 graduate of Mt. Blue High School and a 1994 graduate of the University of Southern Maine where he received his B.A. in Music Education. Mr. Ranger has been teaching K-6 General Music, Band, Chorus, and Orchestra for 25 years, most of which have been in Maine School Administrative District #54. He joined MRA, Inc. in 2012 where he helps clients plan for their retirement, holds TSA/403(b) and IRA workshops, and oversees MRS’s website and social media pages.
Mark lives in Farmington, Maine with his wife, Jennifer, and two teenage daughters. He enjoys hunting, fishing, and boating in the mountains and lakes of western Maine as well as visiting the state’s coastline.
Doug Ibarguen is a native of and still resides in Farmington, Maine with his wife, Cathy. He has had careers ranging from being a teacher of German, owner/operator of a Western Auto store, manager of a telephone installation/repair business, manager of a high-end furniture business to just recently becoming an agent for Maine Retirement Annuities, Inc. All of these various endeavors have taken place in Farmington. Doug and Cathy have a daughter, Kara, who is the baker for Maine Coast Sea Vegetables, Inc. in Hancock. She lives in Franklin with her husband and two daughters. Doug and Cathy’s son, Derek, is with the US Forest Service as the Deputy Forest Supervisor of the Bridger-Teton National Forest in Jackson Hole, WY. He lives there with his wife and three sons.