Herbert Vollrath Kohler Jr. was an American billionaire businessman, a member of the Kohler family of Wisconsin, and the executive chairman of the Kohler Company, a manufacturing company in Kohler, Wisconsin, best known for its plumbing products.
He graduated in 1965 from Yale University with a degree in Industrial Administration and went to work for the company.
As a teenager, Kohler worked as a laborer or technician for every division of the Kohler Company, which specialized in manufacturing plumbing products.
He was awarded a bachelor’s degree in industrial administration in 1965 by Yale University.
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Herbert Kohler Sr. and Ruth Myriam DeYoung gave birth to Kohler on February 20, 1939. He was the oldest of three children.
He was predeceased by his sister, Ruth DeYoung Kohler II, and brother, Frederick Cornell Kohler.
Kohler graduated from Yale University in 1965 after attending a few other universities.
After a year at Yale, he transferred to Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, where he studied theater and met Linda Karger, whom he married in 1961.