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Secondary school educator

Edward Leonard Rosenthal was American secondary school educator. Named one of Outstanding Young Men American, 1975, 82, Illinois Girls' Golf Coach Year, 1988-1989, Finalist Golf Coach the Year National High School Athletic Coaches Association 2003; elected to Illinois Golf Coaches Hall Fame, 1995; recipient Distinguished Service award, 1974.


Rosenthal, Edward Leonard was born on June 15, 1948 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Irving H. and Nina (Kritchevsky) Rosenthal.


Bachelor of Science in Science and Letters, University Illinois, 1969. Master of Education in Earth Science, Northern Illinois University, 1972.


Teacher, St. Joseph School, Dyer, Indiana, 1969-1970;teacher, golf coach, Joliet (Illinois) Catholic High School, 1970-1977;teacher, girls golf coach, Naperville (Illinois) N. High School, since 1977.


Chairman United Multi Family Homeowners, Bolingbrook, Illinois, 1974-1975. Vice president Illinois Junior Miss Program, Bolingbrook, 1985-1987. Trustee Village of Bolingbrook, 1975-1981, mayor, 1981-1985.

Board directors West Suburban Temple Har Zion, 1988-1992. Member National Education Association, (board directors 1999-2005, resolutions committee 2006-2007), Illinois Education Association (board directors, 1992-1998, 99-2005, executive committee 1994-1998, 2001-2005, chairman legislation committee 1987-1990) Council Retirees since 2010, Illinois Earth Science Association, National Science Teachers Association, Illinois Girls' Golf Coaches Association (president 1985-1988), Naperville Unit Education Association (1st vice president 1990-1995), Community Association Institute Illinois (board directors 1980-1983), Illinois Junior Golf Association (board directors 2001-2006), Illinois Coaches Association.


  • Other Interests

    Avocation: golf.


Married Hilary Rosenberg, June 29, 1969. Children: Rachel, Rebecca.

Irving H. Rosenthal

Nina (Kritchevsky) Rosenthal

Hilary Rosenberg

Rachel Rosenthal

Rebecca Rosenthal