BarberLarryLarry, a third generation Floridian, graduated from Orlando Barber College and served his apprenticeship in Daytona Beach. Moving to South Florida in the mid-sixties, he settled in Pompano Beach where he owned Larry’s Barber Shop on Dixie Hwy., which is still in operation today. After moving to Loxahatchee Groves. he commuted daily until opening the Village Barber Shop in Royal Palm Beach in 1985. In his off time, Larry pursues the ancient art of Bonsai and is an avid fisherman who is currently experimenting with kayak fishing. Larry works Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.

  
BarberLarryStacey has been around a barber shop her entire life. Her father, Dave, owned his shop in Carteret, New Jersey when she was a toddler. The barber shop was her home and the customers her extended family. Imagine if you can the wide array of people who visited the barber shop day after day, week after week and year after year. Stacey received her barber’s license in Woodbridge, New Jersey over 20 years ago. After working in a New Jersey salon for a few years, she decided the South Florida lifestyle was the next step in her journey. She waited patiently for a spot to open up at The Village Barber and joined the team in 1996. Working with her dad, who is also her mentor, is very special to her. As the baby of the team, Stacey still learns from her dad, Dave, The Village Barber owner, Larry (who she refers to as “The World’s Greatest Boss”), as well as Tony and Bonnie. Stacey invites you to visit The Village Barber for a real haircut, from real barbers. She works on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and welcomes you to join her extended family. You’ll enjoy a great haircut, a pleasant break from the hustle and bustle of life and the overwhelming desire to return again.

  
BarberLarryTony attended Barber College on the Bowery in New York City in 1956. He started his career in his father’s barber shop in 1957. He then partnered with John Camperliengo in Brentwood, Long Island. Together they opened two new barber shops in Hauppauge and Wantagh Long Island. Tony moved to Boynton Beach in 1985 and reconnected with his former partner for 10 years in South Florida while accepting responsibility for running the barber shop. He joined the staff of The Village Barber in 1997. Tony enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, reading and most importantly, providing his current and new clients the great haircuts and service they’ve come to expect. Tony works on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

  
BarberLarryLisa, who has over thirty-five years in the business, comes to The Village Barber from Larry’s Barber Shop in Pompano Beach, Fl., which she has owned for the past 27 years. Lisa and Larry worked together thirty years ago at Larry’s Barber Shop in Pompano Beach, Fl. and are now working together at The Village Barber in Royal Palm Beach. When Larry opened The Village Barber, Lisa stepped up to the chair and helped the business thrive. Changing neighborhood demographics finally persuaded Lisa to bring her following to Royal Palm Beach.