Tom Evans


Tom Evans moved to Jackson Hole in the fall of 1978. He started in the real estate brokerage business in 1986, working with BBC Real Estate, where he later became a partner. In 1996 Tom was recruited by Jackson Hole Realty where he also joined as a partner and shareholder. Tom served as a member of the Board of Directors and later chaired the Administration Department of the largest brokerage firm in the valley. In 2003 Sotheby’s International Realty purchased the assets and business of Jackson Hole Realty. Tom is an associate broker with Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty working out of a branch office in Teton Pines.

Tom currently serves on many nonprofits within the Jackson Hole Community. He is a member of the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity of the Greater Teton Area and serves on the Board of the Jackson Hole Land Trust. He is also a member of the Board of Governors for 3 Creek Ranch Resort and is head of the Ambassador Committee.

Tom and his wife Andrea have two children, Ashley and Alicia. Ashley graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where she obtained a degree in International Business and Spanish. She works as an e-commerce marketing manager for the largest online eyewear retail store and is married to Mike DiPrisco. Mike graduated from the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and is now a Captain flying for the Air Force stationed out of McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey. Mike and Ashley have a son named Beckett. Mike, Ashley and Beckett will be moving to Elmendorf AFB located in Anchorage, Alaska in May of 2014. Alicia is a senior at the Jackson Hole High School, where she is participating on the Jackson Hole High School Alpine Ski Team. Her favorite discipline is Giant Slalom. She is currently applying to universities and colleges as she explores which school to attend in the fall of 2014.

The Evans clan spends a great deal of time in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park camping, fishing and rejuvenating their love for the valley. Tom occasionally will guide big game hunters into Teton Wilderness on hunting and fishing trips for elk, deer, moose and Big Horn sheep. “Fishing and pack trips into the backcountry remind me of why I live here. I call it my paid vacation. No telephones, and away from the office where grizzly bears are abundant and the occasional wolf pack or mountain lion will get your heart rate up. I love to fish and I spend a lot of time in the summer on Jackson, Yellowstone and Fremont lakes.”