In today’s episode, we have a unique and inspiring guest joining us, someone who’s not just a barber but also a passionate story collector. Let’s introduce you to Tate Yohe, the owner/barber of Neibert’s Barbershop in Mechanicsburg, PA.
Brief Bio Introduction:
Tate Yohe’s journey as a barber is more than just about cutting hair; it’s about building connections and preserving stories. He owns and operates Neibert’s Barbershop in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, where he’s created something truly special.
Drawing from his 14 years of experience in emergency services, Tate initially hung his patch and badge on the wall as a tribute to his past. This simple act led to the creation of a unique “patch wall.”
Former colleagues from his time in emergency services and military clients started coming in for haircuts and adding their patches to the wall. What emerged was a tapestry of stories—stories from the front lines, deployments, moments of triumph, and even moments of loss.
Tate recognized the power of these stories and the need to share them with a broader audience. Thus, he embarked on a mission to bring you inside the barbershop and offer a glimpse into the lives of the individuals whose patches adorn the shop’s walls.
To connect with Tate Yohe and explore his work further, visit the following URLs:
- Tate Yohe’s Linktree
- Tate’s Book – “First Line of Defense: Life as an EMT”
- Chairapy Sessions on YouTube
Don’t miss this enlightening episode of the Manlihood ManCast as we dive into the world of storytelling through patches with Tate Yohe, a barber who is not only grooming hair but also preserving incredible stories. Stay tuned, gentlemen!