Dot Rhone

District 7 Vice President

Dorothy B. “Dot” Rhone is serving as PAR’s District 7 Vice President this year. She is the broker/owner of Century 21 Covered Bridges Realty, Inc. and has been in real estate since 1985.

A Bloomsburg native, Dot is a graduate of Bloomsburg State College (now Bloomsburg University) with a bachelor’s degree in business education. She has served on several committees in her local association, the Central Susquehanna Board of Realtors®, where she was Realtor® of the Year 1999 and received the Lifetime Achievement in 2018. Dot is active on the state level, participating in multiple committees and previously serving as District 5 Vice President. Dot is an RPAC Sterling R Major Investor.

Dot has 10 professional designations and certifications (ABR, CRS, CRB, GRI, e-PRO, PSA, MRP, SRS, SFR and One America) and has been a real estate instructor for 30 years. She is also C2EX endorsed.

She lives in Bloomsburg with her husband, Rick. They have two adult daughters, one who is a Realtor® with her company, and five grandchildren. They enjoy spending time at their second home in Venice, Florida.

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