In 1962, he opened his salon for women. His mission was to offer services that met his clients needs without ever making them wait. Grandfather often told me that the person sitting in his salon chair was always his priority.
My grandfather is a creative, passionate, hard-working man who shared his knowledge and kept up with new trends for 54 years. Throughout the years, many friendships were created.
He would like to thank his clients from Abercorn, Austin, Bromont, Cowansville, Foster, Knowlton, Sutton and the entire region who have stayed loyal to him. It is with pride that he invested himself deeply in this job he loves so much. Today, his health no longer allows him to work, it is with great emotion that he puts away his scissors and hair dryers. He wanted to tell his customers that he loves you all very much.
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