Bob Yesue will always remember Sept. 10, 1967. After graduating from Hudson Catholic the previous spring, Yesue, who recently turned 60, was honored that day with Bob Yesue Day in his hometown of Hudson. Yesue, a 5-foot-9, 190-pound running back and free safety for the Green Wave, had led the state in scoring during the 1966 season with 142 points, including 22 touchdowns and five two-point conversions.
For 40 years, clients have relaxed in the chairs at Roc’s Unisex Salon discussing local sports, schools, politics, latest styles and the day-to-day life of family and friends. With the shop’s anniversary just around the corner, owner Bob Yesue is proud to stand in the newly renovated two-story unisex salon and spa.
In 1970 when Bob Yesue purchased what is now Roc’s Unisex Hair Salon from Rocco Foti, it was a two-chair barbershop. Since then, the business has grown into a two-story, 22-chair family-oriented day spa. Both Bob’s wife, Jan, and their daughter, Heather Yesue Smith, are actively involved with running the salon.