Marc Guenter Bunting


Marc Bunting is the CEO of the Blue Jar Family Council. The Blue Jar Council is a multigenerational family council that inspires and encourages future generations to understand and strengthen the Bunting/Duffy/Kranzlin family values and foster wealth.

To further cultivate his commitment to family and philanthropy, Marc is a director of the Bunting Family Foundation – Fund B, a private foundation formed in 1992. March leads the annual family program that provides younger generations with exposure to the needs within the community and focuses on the philanthropic efforts of the organization.

Marc is the CFO and co-founder of Alpine Food Service Solutions. Alpine was incorporated in 1996 and within two years, the company established itself as a unique food service provider for host locations on college campuses and hospitals within the United States. Alpine currently operates healthy food service concepts that have won numerous quality product and service awards since inception.

Marc received his undergraduate degree at Stevenson University with a BA in Business Administration.  In 2002, Marc completed The LEADERship, a year-long program of the Greater Baltimore Committee to cultivate awareness and accelerate change in the region.  Marc earned a Wealth Management Certificate from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business in 2008.

A native Baltimorean, Marc serves on the Board of Directors for many non-profit organizations, such as Baltimore Civic Works, National Aquarium in Baltimore, Washington College, Outward Bound and Catholic Charities, as well as Alex Brown Realty, Inc.

Marc is a retired professional endurance sports car driver, winning Grand American Rolex Series championships in 2004 and 2006, throughout the United States and Mexico.  He earned recognition as a 2006 2nd team All-American by the American Auto Racing Writers & Broadcasting Association.

Marc resides in Monkton, Maryland with his two daughters, Jessie and Calli, and his partner, Eliza Graham.