Allan and Jayne Churchmack are the proud owners of The Market Street Inn. Since marrying in 1982, Allan and Jayne have planned and worked towards fulfilling their lifelong dream of having a second career of owning and operating a Bed and Breakfast.
Jayne has 20 years experience in the sports entertainment and hospitality industry and recently retired from the Cleveland Indians after 20 years as senior leader and first and only female Vice President of Merchandising and Foodservice for the organization. Additionally, Jayne managed the Community Outreach and Cleveland Indians Charities departments.
Since her retirement in June of 2009, Jayne has obtained her Pastry Chef Certificate from the International Culinary Arts & Science Institute. She also had the opportunity to work under the tutelage of Heather Haviland, renowned Cleveland Pastry Chef at Lucky’s Cafe and Sweet Mosaic Bakery.
Retirement is not in Allan’s immediate future as he will continue his role as General Counsel for Arhaus Furniture. Allan is also an adjunct faculty member at Ursuline College, and teaches Business Law and Gender Issues in Business. Prior to working in the furniture business, Allan managed his own law practice in Westlake, Ohio.
Growing up in a family of restaurant and bar owners, Allan has always been in and around the service industry and has a passion for food. He has worked as a cook at several restaurants and received formal training at the Loretta Paganini School of Cooking. Additionally, he has edited a cookbook entitled, “Gastronomie” and was a guest-chef on a local television cooking show.