Mayor Randy Brown is a life long resident of Evesham Township. He was educated in the Evesham school system, attending Jaggard Elementary School, Marlton Middle School and Cherokee High School. During his high school years, Randy was a star athlete in several sports and was named an All-State Football Player. He attended Catawba College, in North Carolina, and studied Journalism. He was named NAIA All American-Football, NAIA Academic All American-Football and College Player of the Year. In 2009 he was entered into the Catawba College Hall of Fame.
Upon graduation Randy returned to his hometown of Evesham and pursued a successful business career. In 1991, Randy assisted his father in establishing United Title & Abstract Agency, as a co-founder. Randy remains an engaged specialist in the field of residential, commercial and institutional title insurance.
In addition to a successful business career, Randy also remained active in the sports arena. After college, and while establishing his business career, Randy had coached for the Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles , and currently coaches for the Baltimore Ravens. In 2008, Randy signed with the Baltimore Ravens and in 2012 he was an integral part of the Ravens in winning Super Bowl XLVII. He has frequently appeared on ESPN Radio, 610WIP Radio, and Comcast Sports Net, as a NFL analyst.
As the Mayor of Evesham Township, since 2007, his first-hand experiences and his passion for life and the community, has led him to continuously strive to improve the town. Randy is inspired knowing he makes a positive difference in the lives of countless others in the community. Efficiency in government has marked his term as Mayor. During his terms as Mayor he has served as an Executive Board member with the N.J. Conference of Mayors, and he continues to serve on the Executive Board of the N.J. League of Municipalities and the Brooks Irvine Memorial Football Club. Additionally, Randy established the Evesham Celebrations Foundation, which provides township events such as: Taste of Evesham, Independence Day Celebration, Harvest Festival, and the Mayor's 5k Run. He also created the Cherokee Champions Foundation, a committee which secured donations for the 2009 construction of a multipurpose turf field, built for the thousands of children in Evesham Township. Evesham Township has also recently been recognized for the construction of the Diamonds at Arrowhead Park and the 9/11 Memorial on Main Street, both being award winning civic projects. He is an awards recipient by the Burlington County Chamber of Commerce and the Courier Post for his exceptional involvement in remaking Evesham Township. Randy is an active member and donates to numerous charitable organizations to enhance the lifestyles of residents, and non residents alike.
Randy lives in Evesham Township with his wife Trisha, a middle school special education, inclusion teacher in Evesham, along with their three children: Tyler 25, Ryan 10 and Mackenzie 8. His passion for life allows him to aspire to "make what he believes!"