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St. Louis Bridge Center was founded as a not-for-profit organization dedicated to training and educating the bridge-playing community. To achieve this goal, the Center offers formal training programs for students at all levels by an experienced group of teachers. The Center also offers daily bridge games for players at all levels to continue to learn the game and master their skills. After each game, players have access to hand records and hand-by-hand results to utilize in studying and improving their knowledge of the games. 


A fun, bright, welcoming, convenient club where the game of bridge is learned and played in an enjoyable atmosphere.


To grow the game of bridge in St. Louis by offering classes and playing opportunities for students and players of all levels.


The St. Louis Bridge Club welcomes players of all ages and skill levels. You do not have to be a member to play, but membership is affordable and provides significant savings.

Meet Our Board of Directors

Each of our Directors has a passion for the game of duplicate bridge and a commitment to the St. Louis Bridge Center’s Mission of growing the game of bridge in St. Louis by offering classes and playing opportunities for students and players of all levels.

They always welcome your thoughts and suggestions.

Glenn Rehagen, President

Glenn is a retired actuary with a background in employee benefits consulting.

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Bill Canfield, Advisor to the Board

Bill is an entrepreneur and Founder of the St. Louis Bridge Center.


Juli Timney

Juli is a retired information technology account executive.

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Linda Myers

Secretary at University of Missouri at Rolla in the Chemical Engineering/Chemistry Departments and other corporations.  Later a homemaker.


Michael Sherberg 

Michael is a Professor of Italian at Washington University.


Estella Lau 

Estella is a retired Attorney from New York City.


Julie Ertmann

Julie is retired educator.  For most of her career, she taught high school science; more recently she served as an adjunct instructor for the College of Education at University of Missouri, Saint Louis.


Darlene Trenholm

Retired, grew up in St. Louis, but last position was with Hewlett-Packard in Atlanta.  Lived in Georgia and North Carolina before moving back to St. Louis. 

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