Faith, family, and friends bring satisfaction and fulfillment in Keith’s life.
Keith and his wife, Lisa, have called the Wenatchee Valley home nearly all their lives and raised their 3 children on the family pear orchard in Dryden.
Growing up in Dryden, farming was not the intended career choice as Keith’s love for education and working with children was a driving force as he pursued a degree at Seattle Pacific University. After teaching in Moses Lake, the lure of the orchard, family and the beauty of the Valley brought Keith and Lisa back to Dryden.
Community service and involvement are a reflection of Keith’s pursuits as he has served in leadership positions of his church, fruit industry organizations, local and State Republican Party, Chelan County Commission, and numerous other community organizations.
Keith is committed to doing all he can to improve the lives of those locally, the State and country. His principles of protecting basic rights and our natural resources, reaching out to the vulnerable members of society, and enhancing economic opportunities, will continue to be evident in the legislation he proposes and supports.