Councillor Randey Brophy


Councillor Randey Brophy

Councillor Randey Brophy is a retired Senior Product Manager for BCTel/TELUS. During his 30-year career, he introduced over 150 new products and services, all requiring internal business cases and external Federal tariff filings. He has a Bachelors degree in Commerce and Economics from Simon Fraser University. He is the former President of a Vancouver Youth Soccer club and a former member of the Board of Directors of the 10,000 member Vancouver Youth Soccer Association.

Since moving to Peachland in 2015 he has taught 240 young children introduction to soccer and baseball at the Peachland Community Centre, while also coaching youth soccer in neighbouring West Kelowna. He has coached youth sports for 30 years. He made a successful proposal to Council, June 2022, that baseball/softball/soccer fields be introduced in the initial development of Turner Park. He also started the community Facebook page, Peachland Matters in 2018 and led a citizen group in 2017 opposed to 5 storey development on Beach Ave without proper citizen consultation.

He and his wife Allie play pickleball and are members of the Peachland Yacht Club, Car Club, Legion and Coed Senior Slo-Pitch team. One of their 4 children and 2 of their young grandchildren also live in Peachland. He has a demonstrable multi generational interest and commitment to Peachland.