Born and raised in Waterville, Randy is a 4th generation wheat farmer. Receiving his accounting degree at Eastern Washington University, he set out for adventure working several years for national accounting firms in Alaska and Colorado. Returning back to school, Randy obtained a second degree in Chemical Engineering and then received his MBA. He worked as a consultant in the manufacturing and processing industry in New Jersey for about 10 years. There he met his wife, Mary and in 1997 he successfully convinced her to move to “God’s Country” in Wenatchee. Presently they live in Wenatchee with their 12 year old daughter Katie and their loveable Border Collie/Sheppard/Lab mix “Bear” and “Misty” the Persian cat queen.

You will find him in his spare time on his farm in Waterville working or just relaxing with family and friends. He enjoys skiing, boating and camping.

From 2006 to 2009 Randy has moved through the chairs of the Washington Wheat Growers Association and served as President in 2008. He has been active on many boards, currently serving as treasurer of Columbia Breaks Fire Interpretive Center, NAIFA Treasurer, and Wenatchee Friday Chapter BNI member.