89 BUSINESS VIEW MAGAZINE NOVEMBER 2019 MY Shower Door &D3Glass ALL IN THE FAMILY “The shower door business came to us by accident; builders that were impressed at how well we were doing closet organizing, asked us to do shower doors because they couldn’t find anybody that was capable of keeping up with the work and who had a strong work ethic. I had that business for 15 years and sold it in 2002 and moved to Florida. We decided to reopen; only doing shower doors and not any closet shelving.” The Daubmann family opened their first frameless shower door showroom in Naples in September, 2003. Today, there are seven MY Shower Door A t one time, Bill Daubmann was a professional hockey referee with a background in electrical technology. His wife, Donna, worked in a beauty salon. When their ten-year-old son, Keith, became ill, they decided they needed to find a business that would allow Bill to stay off the road, and Donna to stay at home to care for Keith and his younger brother, Douglas. So, they started a closet organizing company out of their home in Springfield, Massachusetts. “We were one of the first people ever to do that ClosetMaid wire shelving,” Daubmann recounts.