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Barbara Rosenthal

                                          Meet Barbara Rosenthal

 

Originally from Dayton, Ohio. I had a great time growing up as my extended family grew to 20+ first cousins, all going to the same schools, and with a grandmother who was an
extraordinarily loving matriarch. 

 

After attending Stephen’s College in Missouri, I married and had 4  daughters. Dayton, Ohio was a great place to raise a family until the winter of 77’ when the snow stayed on the ground for 3 months. It was then my family moved to Arizona. 

 

I played on a tennis team until breaking an ankle on the court and then went to real estate school on crutches. This led to a successful real estate career in Scottsdale.

 

A client talked me into taking bridge lessons (I had not played since rec room bridge in college).

 

As you might suspect, I became addicted and when I moved to Tucson I began to teach bridge. I never was a “teacher” but found I loved teaching “the greatest game in the world”.