Brenda Locke Biography – Brenda Locke Wiki
Brenda Locke is a Canadian politician and mayor-elect of Surrey, British Columbia. She was a member of the British Columbia Legislative Assembly for Surrey-Green Timbers from 2001 to 2005. She represented the electoral district of Surrey-Green Timbers as a member of the British Columbia Liberal Party.
Prior to becoming an MLA, Locke was the executive director of the BC Liquor Licensee and Retailers Association since 1985. She was the office manager for the Richmond Association for Children’s Services which managed three group homes for troubled youth and an outreach program for youth under twelve from 1979 to 1983.
On October 20, 2018, Locke was elected as a councillor of the city of Surrey, as a part of the Safe Surrey Coalition. As a Councillor, she supported the Harmony Apts, the Cloverdale arena, and other community sport and leisure infrastructure projects.
In 2022, Locke was elected as mayor of Surrey, defeating Doug McCallum. She secured the win with 973 votes more than her predecessor and four members of Surrey Connect will now have a seat at council including Harry Bains, Gordon Hepner, Rob Stutt and Pardeep Kaur Kooner.
Brenda Locke Age
Locke was born in 1955 in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is 67 years old as of 2022.
Brenda Locke Husband
Locke is married to her husband John. Locke and John have been married for almost five decades.
Brenda Locke Family
Locke and her husband John have two children (daughters), a grandson and a granddaughter. “Surrey is part of our family. For 39 years, my husband and I, along with our kids and now our grandkids, have enjoyed all that Surrey has to offer, from its parks and sports fields, to recreational facilities and arts and cultural opportunities.”