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About Edward "Ed" Rowles

Ed has been a New Castle County resident for over 30 years. He is a 1965 graduate of the Pennsylvania State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. After earning a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Pittsburgh, Ed moved to Delaware in 1976 and worked in the Dupont company's Medical Products Department. In 1995, Ed founded his own company, Rowles Electronic Services, Inc., to service consumer electronic products for individuals and businesses.


While with the Dupont Company, Ed held several technical and administrative positions, including supervisory positions in Manufacturing Engineering and Quality Assurance, Supplier Relations and Purchasing assignments. In these assignments, Ed received extensive training and experience in interpersonal skills, negotiating, contract management and customer focus. During his time in Delaware, Ed has been active in purchasing real estate for both personal use and as investment properties. As a Coldwell Banker Preferred REALTORs sales associate, Ed now focuses his background in negotiating and facilitating contracts in the real estate profession. A husband and father of two daughters, Ed understands the importance of matching the right home to a family's individual needs and lifestyle.


When not busy with real estate, Ed enjoys golf, reading, computers and watching his daughters play volleyball, basketball and lacrosse for their school teams. Ed, and his wife Cindy, are also the owners of the Goddard School in Newark, Delaware, a developmentally based preschool, and they participate in local church activities.

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