It was his father, Morry, who got Glen Weseloh into the neon business.
“My dad had been bending since the end of WWII,” Weseloh said. “When he got to be 65, the union came to him and said, ‘You can no longer work and receive all your benefits.’”
But Weseloh wasn’t about to let his dad give up doing what he loved. So in 1985 the duo went into business together, and Morry’s Neon Signs was born.