Linda has lived in Highland Park since 1977 where she and her husband, Larry raised Their three children. Attending the University of Wisconsin and the University of Illinois, Linda has a B.A. in English and a minor in Education. She taught Language Arts at a suburban Junior high school.
Linda served in various capacities in civic and charitable work as President of Braeside School PTA, President of Lakeside Women's Council of Little City Foundation for the mentally disabled, as a board member and events chairperson of the North Shore Congregation Israel Sisterhood.
She served as chairperson for her former real estate office in the American Cancer Society Relay for Life and office co-chairperson for the company's Charitable Foundation. Linda is a member of National Council for Jewish Women and is active in its Book Club. She enjoys golf, knitting, travel, and yoga.
Her family has grown, making her a proud mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother.
Linda's teaching experience and her leadership roles in the community have enhanced Her natural ability to discover the needs of her clients and to satisfy those needs with earnest effort and proper counseling.
Linda has thrived for 24 years in her career in Real Estate and has a Graduate Real Estate designation. By her commitment to open communication and impeccable service, she created strong bonds with clients she represented, establishing a golden referral base.
linda's continued success is a direct result of her competent, responsible service and experience in the North Shore marketplace. She is devoted to matching homes with people in a concerned and dedicated way.
Her yearly achievement of excellence in sales volume ranks her among the top 2-5% of all residential Real Estate agents in the country.