Roesing Furniture to close after 120 years

Roesing Furniture, 29131 Evergreen Drive, Waterford, is closing this year upon the retirement of owner Bob Roesing. The store has been in operation for 120 years. A liquidation sale started Nov. 10.

Liquidation sale begins Nov. 10 as owner retires

Roesing Furniture will close its doors permanently after serving Waterford and southeastern Wisconsin since 1902. The closing comes as fourth-generation owner Bob Roesing has announced his retirement.

“The communities all around and our loyal customers can grab a piece of history by shopping us one last time. We are thankful for all the support and patronage of generations of customers and friends who have passed through our doors, including our own four generations of Roesings,” said Roesing in a news release issued by the store.

Bob Roesing followed his father, Don, grandfather, A.J., and his great-grandfather, Henry, in the family-owned business.

Beginning Nov. 10, Roesing will liquidate its entire inventory across its large 22,000-square-foot showroom and warehouse at 29131 Evergreen Drive, Waterford (junction of highways 36 and 20).

Store management encourages customers to come early for deeply discounted prices up to 65% off on all furniture, mattresses, and rugs.

Famous brands include American-made, Amish-made and imported brands, including La-Z-Boy, Best Home Furnishings, Chromcraft, Howard Miller, Perdue, Vaughan-Bassett, Flexsteel, Riverside, Liberty, Leather Italia and dozens more.

Roesing Furniture started in downtown Burlington in 1902. It moved to its present location in Waterford in 1977. Roesing previously managed a separate location in Burlington called Self-Service Furniture.


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