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You’re working for your parents’ dream, but what about yours?

For those of us who’ve never been in this position, this is all pure speculation, an attempt to walk in their shoes for a moment.

Then I think of how light-hearted the 2nd generation probably feels.

And that Vito Ponticello passed 17 months after his legacy closed. Back at Lubeley’s, inside the shop was even more chaotic than the parking lot.

Ponticello’s was a stalwart of the Spanish Lake community.

Whereas the 2nd generation of the Lubeley family wants to retire after 60 years of hardworking service, the 3rd generation of Rothmans’ knows they can no longer compete properly in today’s furniture marketplace, and want to bow out on their own terms.

Raise your hand if you’re one of the thousands of people who have used the massive Rothman parking lot for student driving practice.

Which is why I asked the young man ringing me out if Federhofer’s has felt the impact of Lubeley’s closing.

He said their business had doubled in the last few days, with tons of people walking in to look around to see if this could be their new bakery.

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