There are levels to his story. And those multifaceted elements in his life all tie back to doing one thing: building generational wealth for his family.
Detroit resident and business owner Kenya Jones, 48, of Rubin’s Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc., is financially prudent while running the 65-year-old company that he received 12 years ago from his former boss, Jack Rubin (now retired). Rubin took over the business, which started in 1955, from his father in 1966. Jones said that Rubin’s father, who called him grandson, was also a man on a mission to succeed financially despite the odds stacked against him.