Sandra Lepley


Century 21 TriPower Realty, Inc.

Southwest Florida Real Estate Professionals. Retirement, Investment and Lifestyle Specialists.

About Sandra Lepley

Sandy Lepley, MBA, Ed.D., Broker-Associate, is a third generation Fort Myers area resident. Her grandparents were early pioneers (1920). Sandy was born at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii where her parents were stationed while her father served in the Navy. Sandy's father, Mac Justice, a Fort Myers native (1928), later became a very well known blue grass banjo musician/recording artist while enjoying a career spanning NY to Washington DC as an executive with IBM. The family gathered at Fort Myers Beach many times over the years, and Sandy has lived on the island full time since 1999. Family members owned/operated King Symonds Realty, Inc., in Fort Myers, a commercial and residential real estate development and sales firm from 1964 - 2003. Sandy joined their business in 1998 after careers in guidance counseling, marketing management/consulting, and college administration. In 2003 Sandy joined the Century 21 office which is now the South office of the dynamic Century 21 Tri-Power Realty, Inc on Fort Myers Beach. Dr. Lepley resides at the beach with her husband, Dennis. Recognized two years in a row as a "5 STAR REALTOR" by Gulfshore Life Magazine, Sandy offers excellent customer service. She is a member of the Realtor Assn. of Greater Fort Myers and the Beaches, and the Commercial and Investment Professionals of SW Fla. She is active with the Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce , on the Board and Ambassador Committee. Sandy is also a member of the FMB Kiwanis Club, and the Church of the Ascension Council of Catholic Women. An animal lover, she helps with the Find a Home Give A Home Pet Rescue. Sandy and Dennis have a combined family of four grown sons and two grandchildren. They enjoy walking the beach, fishing, and dancing to doo wop music. Sandy plays the keyboard as often as possible, and loves to cook! They enjoy socializing with their many real estate customers and island folks who are now good friends.