April is a wife, mother, and small-business woman in real estate in Prescott Valley. She’s lived in Prescott Valley since 1993. Her husband, Matt, is a Prescott Valley native and a 17-year Police Officer of Prescott Valley. They were married at the Prescott Resort in 2002. April and Matt have two teen-aged children. Matt and both kids were born at YRMC in Prescott. The Hepperle kids have three sets of grandparents in the PV area, and April’s grandma lives in Prescott; April’s connection to Prescott Valley is deep-rooted.
April has loved Prescott Valley from the moment she settled here 27 years ago. She quickly discovered a love of horses and spent her tween and teen years mucking, feeding, training and showing. When she was 17, she moved to Tempe and became the youngest employee to ever work at the State Farm Regional Office there (now known as the Tempe Operations Center). After just two years in Tempe, April came back home to Prescott Valley and began working for a local State Farm Insurance agent. She was fully licensed in auto/fire and life/health and was also certified to sell bank products.
When April’s first child was about 6 months old, she made the decision to be a stay-at-home mother and work at other things from home, including her business. In 2014, April earned her real estate license and began her current career as a realtor. She loves being able to help people through one of the biggest financial decisions they will ever make and eliminate the intimidating process of buying or selling a home. In addition to her real estate business, April also dabbles in photography and is an ISSA certified personal trainer as well as a certified Buti yoga instructor.
April has a passion for helping people, and a pride for her town, so getting involved in local government was a logical next step. “I am proud of what the town of Prescott Valley has accomplished in the last 30 years and I look forward to doing my part to contribute to a prosperous future.”