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Debbie Bruenderman
Debbie Bruenderman
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Debbie is a lifelong resident of Louisville. After careers in teaching, banking and sales she became very involved in fund raising for Holy Trinity School, Sacred Heart Academy and Assumption High School. Debbie co-chaired Interlude, the Sacred Heart Schools major fund raising event as well as the Rocket Spectacular at Assumption. She served as PTA President at Holy Trinity and Assumption.

As the spouse of a physician, Debbie was elected President of the Jefferson County Medical Society Alliance as well as Secretary of the Kentucky Medical Society Alliance.

She has served on the boards of Hospital Hospitality House, Holy Trinity Parish and Sacred Heart Academy Alumnae Association.

Debbie's love of real estate began with the first house she and her husband bought. After remodeling, they sold it for more than the asking price! She was hooked. They are now on their 3rd house.

As an agent Debbie really loves working with first time buyers, families with children, and newcomers to Louisville. "First time buyers are special as I have children who are in that stage of their lives. I believe that my knowledge of the schools in Louisville is very important for buyers with young children, and my life long residency in Louisville makes me a great resource for those moving to our community," she says as a way of summing up her special talents as a realtor. As a seller's agent Debbie feels that her best attribute is her willingness to work as hard as she can to sell the property. If that means a Saturday open house - she will do it!

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