Since Bruce Rossmeyer tragic disparition in a motorcycle accident on July 30th, his family, wife Sandra and his 5 children share responsibilities to manage the Rossmeyer Enterprises. The business entity comprises 13 Harley-Davidson dealerships or stores located in 5 different states and 3 local Florida car dealers. A couple of months before his death Bruce told me that he was thinking of selling or close 3 of his businesses in South Florida. The Harley dealerships of Pompano and of Sunrise, and the clothing store of Boca Raton (already closed before Bruce death).
It appears that Bruce, not surprisingly, had partners in his different operations. So, all speculation about the direction taken by the Rossmeyer’s businesses, with or without the family, would evidently require approval of these partners. Those who knew Bruce are aware that he had involved as much as possible his children in his different ventures. As for now, wife Sandra assume the Presidency of the Rossmeyer’s Family Enterprises with son Will as vice-president. Will also hold his father’s seat on the Board Of Directors of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Volusia & Flagler Counties, one of Bruce favorite charities. Also playing now a major role in the businesses are daughters Mandy (Campbell) and Shelly Rossmeyer. The 2 other daughters, Wendy (Van Patten) and Randy (Blalock) live at distance but are now also taking active parts in business decisions. The family continues, as demonstrated the weekend before and during Biketoberfest, to support all charities in which Bruce was actively involved since he opened his 1st dealership in Daytona in 1994. Rossmeyer’s Harley-Davidson.