My husband, Hotrod, and our son, Max, have never had a cross word.  Pretty amazing, right?  We won the lottery when it came to Max.  He is a fine, funny, honorable, smart, kind and caring young man.  And, Hotrod has always appreciated him and enjoyed spending time with him.  The two of them are different in many ways.  Yet they share the same values and sense of humor.  And, they love working on creative projects together…particularly those that involve plumbing and mechanics.

Your kids are infulenced by your business, in all sorts of ways. I wondered if Hotrod and Max would end up working together, in a family business.  The answer is, “No,” with a big “However…”

Here’s the article I wrote for PHCP Pros about how family and business have affected the Rohrs.  Special thanks for the PHCP Pros team for hosting column space for all three of the Rohrs!  We share our varied perspectives on the plumbing/hydronics world.

xo$, Ellen

“My father didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.”
Clarence B. Kelland